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Movie screening: Muerte de un ciclista, Feb. 18 2014 @ Embassy of Spain

muerte de un ciclista

Please remember that the films at the Embassy are shown free of charge and that all films are in Spanish with subtitles in English.

Location: The Embassy of Spain, 3rd Floor of the CBA building in Upperhill.
Days: On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month as described above.
Time: 5pm. PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL.

February 11, 2014 at 2:06 pm 1 comment

Spanish Film Screening: De tu ventana a la mía, May 14 2013 @ Embassy of Spain

de tu ventana a la mia

Interwoven emotions and struggles of three women of different generations aiming to build the lives they desire, their own future, love and dreams. All of them lose the love of their lives and they will have to pursue their happiness and fight for their dignity in a dark and hostile word.

Please remember that the films at the Embassy are shown free of charge and that all films are in Spanish with subtitles in English.
Location: The Embassy of Spain, 3rd Floor of the CBA building in Upperhill.
When: Wednesday, 14th May
Time: From 5pm. PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL.

May 5, 2013 at 7:19 pm Leave a comment

Spanish Film Screening: El Sur, Apr. 23 2013 @ Embassy of Spain

el sur

The movie tells a melancholic story of a little girl who is living in a city in the north. She is fascinated by the secrets of the south which seem to be hidden in the personality of her father.

Please remember that the films at the Embassy are shown free of charge and that all films are in Spanish with subtitles in English.
Location: The Embassy of Spain, 3rd Floor of the CBA building in Upperhill.
When: Wednesday, 23rd April
Time: From 5pm. PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL.

April 15, 2013 at 7:09 pm Leave a comment

Spanish Film Screening: La Colmena, Apr. 10 2013 @ Embassy of Spain

la colmena

“La Colmena” is a sad composition with the stories of many people in the Madrid of 1942, just the postwar of the spanish civil war. The main theme of the film is the contrast between the poets, surviving close to misery under the Franco’s regime, and the winners of the war, the emerging class of the people that makes easy money with illegal business.

Please remember that the films at the Embassy are shown free of charge and that all films are in Spanish with subtitles in English.

Location: The Embassy of Spain, 3rd Floor of the CBA building in Upperhill.
When: Wednesday, 10th April
Time: From 5pm. PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL.

April 6, 2013 at 7:09 pm Leave a comment

Contest for Kenyan Cartoonists & Artists, until Nov 18 2011- by Embassy of Spain


November 6, 2011 at 4:32 pm 2 comments

Photo Exhibition: Photo Africa-Urban Space, Oct. 21-31 2011 @ Alliance

Dates: October 21-31, 2011
Venue: Alliance Francaise Ground Floor Gallery

This exhibition is a selection of the best submissions in the 4th PhotoAfrica Contest whose theme was urban space.

This exhibition takes place thanks to the collaboration and support of Embassy of Spain in Kenya and Kenya International Film Festival.

October 25, 2011 at 3:29 pm Leave a comment

Theatre/Drama: The House of Bernarda Alba, Oct. 14-29 2011 @ Phoenix Theatres Professional Centre


Phoenix Players and The Embassy Of Spain Present:
The House Of Bernarda Alba
A Drama Of Women by Federico Garcia Lorca and directed By Millicent Ogutu

Opening: Friday, October 14 2011
Venue: Phoenix Theatres, Professional Centre
Tickets: Kshs 500

Dates: October 15- 29, 2011
Venue: Phoenix Theatres, Professional Centre
Tickets: Kshs 500 Student nights Every Thursday. Buy 1 ticket @ Ksh. 300 and get 1 Free. Only those with school ID’S are eligible for the offer.
Online booking: http://mpesaticketing.com/
Contacts: Telephone: +254 20 221 2661 or 222 5506 Cellphone: +254 729 913 425, Email: info@phoenixtheatre.co.ke and Web: http://www.phoenixtheatre.co.ke

NB: 28TH IS SOLD OUT

SYNOPSIS
After the death of her second husband, Bernarda Alba, a dominating woman, imposes a period of mourning on her household to last all of eight years! This has, apparently, been tradition in her family. Bernarda exerts an almost fanatically protective will over her daughters. She is preoccupied with ideas of honour and custom, in particular relating to the role of women in society, and is too proud to see the truth about her own five daughters aged between 21 and 40, whom she has shielded and controlled to an excessive degree and prohibited from any form of contact or relationship with all things male! The mourning period further isolates the daughters from the world around them, and tension mounts within the household.
Passion, anger, sibling rivalry and extreme jealousy haunts the characters in The House of Bernarda Alba…

For more info: Nick creations

October 13, 2011 at 7:40 pm Leave a comment

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