Posts tagged ‘Heartstrings Kenya’
Husbands for breakfast is a comedy by heartstrings Kenya featuring a star-studded cast with Anthony Ndung’u and Olwenya of Nairobi Half Life fame and the fast ever-rising female actress Aimee Ongeso who is a host on CHANNEL O.
Dates: January 28 & 30 and February 1-2, 2014
Venue: Alliance Française Auditorium
Time: Weekdays 6:30 pm & Weekends 3 & 6.30 pm
Tickets: Kshs 500
This comedy puts philanderers on notice. It will show that beauty is not in the eyes of the beholder and that beauty will take to one place only, nowhere.
Dates: January 15-27, 2013
Venue: Alliance Francaise Auditorium
Time: Weekdays 6.30 pm and weekends at 3 & 6.30 pm
Tickets: Kshs 500
Hotline: 0721 608 656
A humorous look at the reason why Kenyan’s don’t keep their new year’s resolutions is because they break them even before they have made them
Full info here: Facebook event page
Directed by Sammy Mwangi and Victor Ber and hosted by Dan Ndambuki aka Churchill
After being billed as the craziest show so far, Heartstrings Kenya brings 8 final shows of the comedy Madam Kenyan President in August.
Directed by: Sammy Mwangi and Victor Ber
Date: August 7–12, 2012 [8 shows only]
Venue: Alliance Française de Nairobi
Times: 6.30pm weekdays, 3 & 6.30pm weekdays.
Charges: Kshs 500
Contact: 0721 608 656
Hilariously we will get to know why the best man for the job is a woman. What will Kenya be like under a woman president?
We all have arguably shouted from the rooftops that this country Kenya cannot and shall not be ruled by a woman. That there is no place at the top for a woman to hold. That is a position that is traditionally held by men and so women should forget it and take their rightful position. The second position.
Heartstrings Kenya in a ridiculously hilarious manner and their fashion will show that our president doesn’t have to be a woman. And this is because the women have become small presidents in their many positions that they have taken in our society. The way we all drink, eat, breathe, belch, talk, sleep, wake up, etc etc. is all controlled by woman. The hard fact is that whatever each and every individual Kenyan does, a woman is the one who finally decides. So if the society thinks that we don’t have a woman president, they are wrong because we have them in offices, factories, homes, and schools. They are our mothers, wives, girlfriends, concubines, secretaries, mama mbogas, house helps, etc etc.
A woman is not ruling Kenya, but a woman is surely ruling the world.
We will never look at this country in the same way again because what a man can do, a woman already did it better.
Date: Apr. 28 2012
Venue: Alliance Francaise Gardens
Tickets: Kshs 500 (0721 608 656)