Kwathu Drama Group offered fans a perfect sendoff to the year with a powerful production Mulhako na Mphatikizano play at Blantyre Cultural Centre on new year’s eve.
The play, written in July last year by Charles Mphoka and produced by the group’s director Eric Mabedi, left the patrons with more to talk about.
Patrons were left spellbound as the play lived up to its billing.
The play talks about a migrant to South Africa who was married to a woman for five years but he never came to see her. The woman was impregnated while living at her husband’s parents.
Kwathu featured their cream in the play with Bon Kalindo, Mphoka, Enifa Chiwaya, Evance Mbewe Ferguson Magonya at the centre of the play.
Alex Machila, who graced the show said the play was relevant to Malawi.
Multichoice Malawi marketing manager Chimwemwe Nyirenda, whose firm supports the group said: “People should start seriously talking about the problems that families face when a man migrates to work outside the country.”
Mabedi applauded the fans for their support throughout the year, saying the group will come up with a strategic plan to serve its audience better.