Dance: Trip en Masse, Jan 16-17 2013 @ Sarakasi Dome & Jan 19 @ Fisherman’s Camp (Naivasha)

January 11, 2013 at 2:14 pm 1 comment

TRIP en masse Kenya poster

Dance performance ‘TRIP en masse Kenya’ at the Sarakasi Dome (Nairobi) 16-17 January and Fisherman’s camp (Naivasha) on 19 January.
The performance ‘TRIP en masse Kenya’ is created to remember the Kenya post-election crisis of 2007/2008 and promote peace.
The contemporary dance performance ‘TRIP en masse’ explores human emotions in group behavior  After winning an award for best dance performance in the Netherlands, the choreographers of ‘TRIP en masse’ have come to Kenya to work with nine Kenyan dancers in Nairobi to adapt ‘TRIP en masse’ and incorporate elements of the Kenya post-election crisis, resulting in a non-political dance show called ‘TRIP en mass Kenya’.
You can win two free tickets by sending an email to tripenmassekenya@gmail.com and explain why you should be the one to win the tickets. We will give away 5×2 tickets and only the winners will receive a message before the 15th of January.
Opening night Gala: January 16, 2013
Venue: Sarakasi Dome, Nairobi
Tickets: Ksh. 1000,-
Performance starts at 19.00
Date: January 17, 2013
Venue: Sarakasi Dome, Nairobi
Tickets: Ksh. 500,-
Performance starts at 19.00
Date: January 19, 2013
Venue: Fisherman’s Camp, Naivasha
Tickets: Ksh.500,-
Performance starts at 19.00
Tickets are Ksh. 500 (for the gala night premiere tickets are Ksh.1000) and can be bought at the door or via M-Pesa telephone number: 0722-814133. Please remember to keep your confirmation code.
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  • 1. june  |  January 23, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    stupid

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