A newly established posh club in Lilongwe treated potential corporate and existing customers to a cocktail Wednesday night.
Musician Lawi’s performance coloured the night.
Typical of a boy celebrating a birthday, Lawi was all smiles as he took fans through a journey of some of the songs from his debut self-titled album Lawi.
Through songs such as The Whistling Song and Ndife Mfulu, the artist evoked in the fans the desire to see his second upcoming album Sunset in the Sky.
One of the directors at The Cockpit, Martin Nkasala, said the event was a special launch of the section for the corporate people.
“The Cockpit was opened for the corporate sector in Malawi and we would want to fulfil our vision by making you the ultimate cockpit clients. I hope that you’ll get a chance to visit our different lounges so you can get a feel of our VIP packages. We’ve tried to make this place exclusive by giving privacy and our staff have been well groomed to make you all feel at home when you’re visiting Cockpit.
“Do come back for those private functions you’d want to hold here. Or for after work drinks with family and friends. We have so much in store for you every week as we have themed nights. Wednesdays and Thursdays are our popular nights as we have rumba night and a live band,” said Nkasala.
One of the customers, Martha Banda, said: “This is the kind of places we need for Malawi. Everybody deserves time for fun but the challenge remains good places. This is the first time I am here and I do not mind coming again or getting myself a Cockpit membership.”
Located at Golden Peacock Hotel complex, The Cockpit boasts of being the first VVIP luxury club in Malawi with a unique and innovative entertainment club.
Opened early December, it comprises a night club accommodating up to 300 guests, two private spacious lounges for intimate setting, each accommodating up to 20 people, a VVIP room with a seating capacity of 60. n