Christi Warner is a popular multi-talented Namibian artist with an MA in Theatre for Development (King Alfred's College, Winchester, UK). "Her lyrics, poetry and plays are loaded with African references & social realities. Upon scrutiny they reveal immense pride for her homeland. Her songs come from deep within her heart and soul and are breathtakingly special.” Her poetry, plays and songs reflect the path of a committed Theatre for Development practitioner and she credits Bricks Community Project for helping her open her eyes to contribute to the empowerment of society’s disadvantaged. She’s given young Namibian poets a chance to publish their work, co-edited poetry books and manuscripts, she writes a column, which focuses on the art of writing poetry for the New Era Newspaper in Namibia, she was a pioneer for the first ever music awards that has made many Namibian artists a household name. Christi always has something significant to say, to write about, to sing about but what’s maybe most striking is the way she captures her audiences when performing.