The Jazz Under the Stars event is here once again!
A special treat to our new and loyal patrons; come prepared to be entertained by TWO international headlining Jazz artists!
A towering 6’7” lead bass player Julian Vaughn will debut his visit to Kenya with his unique and soulful style of Jazz music.
Phil Denny is back by public demand to give another spectacular performance especially to those that missed him last year.
Our very own Eddie Grey & the Ensemble will give a grand performance with June Gachui.
Once again event is supporting the Kenya National Youth Orchestra, don’t miss their opening performance.
Where: The Nairobi Club
When: Saturday, August 2nd (Rain or shine)
Time: 6pm – 11pm
Tickets: 3,000 | VIP: 5,000
(VIP Ticket includes a welcome Chivas drink while stocks last)
Tickets available on TicketSasa.com and at the event.
*Verifiable unused tickets from last year will be honored with original ticket stub and proof of purchase.
Event is hosted by KenyanDiasporaLink and proudly sponsored by:
Platinum Sponsor: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Silver Sponsors: Chivas and Westhouse – A One Degree South Hotel
Information line: 0706 512 895
*Event organizer reserves the right of admission
Exhibition: Finding Voice II by Boniface Maina, James Njoroge & Michael Musyoka, Jul. 1-31 2014 @ Cheche Gallery – Kenya Cultural Centre
Exhibiting Artists: Boniface Maina, James Njoroge & Michael Musyoka
Exhibition Curated by Little Art Gallery
Date: August 2, 2014
Venue: Kuona Trust
Time: 5pm- 11pm
Charges: Ksh 300
You’ll get a sense of what’s to come in Naivasha at the end of August at the Rift Valley Festival 2014 showcasing Kenya’s live music, art, inspiration and the people who create it! It will also be a chance to see the artworks of and meet the amazing people that are the Kuona Trust.
RVF 2014 LIVE ARTIST’S performing…
SARABI – YELLOW LIGHT MACHINE – KIARASH BIAZAR(Iran)
RVFV 2014 DJ’s spinning…
DREAD STEPPA – SANTURI SAFARI – FAMBULA
We then invite you to join us for a big phat AFTER PARTY at QUIN’S BAR on Ngong Rd from 12 midnight onwards.
For more information, please visit the RVF website
Date & Time: Friday 1st August 2014 from 6pm
Venue: Kuona Trust
Entry fee is KES 500
Screening starts at 7pm
Bar & Food Court will be open from 6pm.Tea & coffee will also be available.
Adenike and Adoyele are a Nigerian Couple living in Brooklyn,USA. Following the joyous celebration of their marriage,complications arise due to their inability to have a child.
The rest of the story unfolds in a dramatic twist that leaves Adenike with the choice of saving her family or breaking it.
Exhibition: Collabo Pap! Feat. Five Drops of Nairobi’s Finest Cream, Jul. 23-30 2014 @ Village Market
Exhibiting artists: Patrick Kinuthia, Yassir Ali, Sam Njuguna, Omosh Kindeh and Adrian Nduma
RSVP : Art Scout +254 722 457 111 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising: Fire by Ten Special Event Featuring the show Kimbia, Live Music, & a Short Film, Jul. 26 2014 @ The Theatre Company Studio – Creative Centre
Join The Theatre Company of Kenya for a Fire by Ten special event featuring:
Kimbia: Five short plays based on the thrills, temptations, desires and fears of Kenyan Athletes (2013/2014 Fire by Ten Touring Show)
Live music by Yellow Light Machine
Short Film: The School Run
SHOW DATE: Saturday 26th July, 2014
VENUE: The Theatre Company Studio at Creative Centre (Spring Valley Shopping Centre behind Dorman’s Cafe on No. 2 Shanzu road (pink gate) off Lower Kabete Road)
TIME: (Two Shows)
First Show (2:00pm – 4:00pm)
Second starts (5:00pm-7:00pm)
Cost of Tickets: Ksh. 2,000 per person per show
Proceeds of this event will go to support Ogutu Muraya’s Masters Studies at The Amsterdam School of Arts- DasArts Master of Theatre Program.
For tickets please contact Liz Enane on 0728848137 or Ogutu Muraya on 0724077528.
For a short preview have a look at the preview below
The world knows Kenya as a running nation. Since its inception in the 1950’s, athletics has grown into a nationalist sport- a symbol of national unity and pride. Kenyan runners are loved and admired worldwide. However, little is known about them as people and what they go through to achieve such great heights. In order to tell the story of the athletes, The Theatre Company of Kenya has developed, in close consultation with the actual runners, a brand new performance called ‘Kimbia’, which literally means, “run”. ‘Kimbia’ is an exciting, innovative and collaborative theatrical show about the life and times of Kenyan athletes.
The five plays that make up ‘Kimbia’ are: The Race by Cajetan Boy, When the Door Opens by Joseph Murungu, Just a Man by Edward Nthiga, Doping by Ogutu Muraya, Usiguskong (which means ‘Don’t Look Back’) by Joseph Gichinga
Directed by Liz Enane and Mido Dembede. Original music composed and arranged by the cast and directors. Movement and dance choreography by Joseph Gichinga
All actors are, just like the runners, Kenyan talent, professionally trained at facilities of The Theatre Company around the country.and show your clients, guests, pupils, students, colleagues, friends and family a great theatre performance which is funny, moving and beautiful!
Find full info on Theatre Company’s website