Night Out! An evening of AL JARREAU with DANGER & Friends feat. Victor Muli, Jul. 26 2014 @ Tamambo Village Market
Date: Saturday 26th July 2014
Venue: Tamambo Village Market
Time: from 8.30pm
Special screening: Bolívar, Man Of Difficulties by Luís Alberto Lamata, Jul. 23 2014 @ Alliance Française
Special Screening Bolívar, Man Of Difficulties by Luís Alberto Lamata presented by the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Date: July 23, 2014
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Time: 6 pm
The film screening will commemorate the 231st anniversary of the birth of the Venezuelan and Latin American independence hero Simón Bolívar (24th July 1783 – 17th December 1830), who liberated the current territories of Venezuela, Colombia (then including Panamá), Ecuador, Bolivia and Perú (together with José de San Martín) from the Spanish imperial rule.
Fri. 18th : 6.00 & 8.00pm
Sat. 19th : 3.00, 6.00 & 8.00pm
Sun. 20th : 3.00 & 6.00pm
Venue: Alliance Francaise Auditorium
Tickets: Kshs 500/-
The play is set in a doctors’ lounge in a hospital as a neurologist prepares a lecture to give to his fellow colleagues. Distractions ensue as a spiraling chaos of deceit, false identity and cover-up unfold.
Venue: the Railway Museum
Time: 8am- 6pm daily
Exhibition runs until August 15, 2014
Je Vous Aime Aussi – Contemporary Dance Performance by Dalmas Otieno, Jul. 17 2014 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Part of the proceed of the will go towards the Action Foundation
The Action Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization in Kenya that enables children, living with physical & mental disabilities, in low income and marginalized areas to lead a healthy and dignified lives.
We are creating a barrier free society for children living with disability through our rehabilitation centres and awareness generation in the local communities. Children who live in poverty and have a disability are unlikely to access therapy and care when they need it because the options available are expensive and inaccessible.
Our approach makes it possible for children living with disability to access therapy and care where and when they need it the most. The direct involvement of the parents and community members makes our projects self-sustaining and low-cost.
Its not only going to be an entertaining night but also a charitable one, so come one, come all and let’s make this happen.