Posts tagged ‘Joe Kinyua’
The friends ensemble makers of super crazy comedies home is where your clothes are!, run for your wife and rumours! Invite you to watch husband caught in the net produced by Davies Lule Lule and directed by Ellis Otieno
Date: October 25-27, 2013
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Time: Friday 6.30 pm, Saturday 3, 6 & 8.30 pm and Sunday 3 & 6 pm
Tickets: Ksh. 500
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Strictly adults only!
This is a sad, but very funny story of Mr. John Waiganjo, a Nairobi based cab driver who circumstances have forced him to believe that Facebook was made primarily to destroy him. However, he is not going down without a fight.
Mr Waiganjo has two lives, complete with two different homes and two different wives, Mary and Barbara. Somehow, he manages to juggle them both without arousing suspicion.
His children, a boy and a girl from the different wives met in Facebook chat and their outstanding similarities have made them like each other so much, she has invited him home for tea.
Come and witness what Mr. Waiganjo is willing to go through to ensure that his daughter never gets to meet her “boyfriend” who is his son, and to ensure that his secret lives remain to be just that – A secret.
Cast includes: Lydia Gitachu, Sam Psenjen, Maggie Karanja, Joe Kinyua, Kevin Amwoma, Bernice Nthenya and Antony Ndung’u
Six and the City is a theatre project dedicated to the city we live in: Nairobi. A vibrant, eccentric, extreme city made of different and contradictory worlds. Goehte Institut asked six writers to portray this elusive city in form of a short theatre piece. All plays are staged for a theatre evening in front of Nairobi’s skyline, on PAWA254’s terrace.
Dates: September 13-15, 2013
Venue: PAWA 254, Africa Alliance of YMCA Building, State House Crescent
Time: 6 pm
Tickets: KShs 500
Six and the City was originally developed by Stephan Bruckmeier and Petra Weimer for the television tower Stuttgart. Together with Bruckmeier, Goethe Institut enhanced the idea for Nairobi and have commissioned six writers with the six pieces: Billy Kahora, Parseleo Kantai, Andia Kisia, Tony Mochama, Kevin Mwachiro, and Valentine Njoroge.
The dating issues of a modern Kenyan woman, politicians who can’t sing the national anthem, sugardaddys and university girls, the true story of a beggar, mistaken gender identities, several thugs, freaks, and a vibrator are just some ingredients of this unconventional theatre evening.
Coordinated by Hope Theatre Nairobi, in cooperation with Mwajuma Bahati, it stages Pauline Akinyi, Terry Awiti, Dansoye Denge, Mwajuma Bahati, Constant Hore, Hana Kefela, Joe Kinyua, David Nawieri, Marrianne Nungo, and Telley Savalas Otieno.
The directors are Hawa Essuman, Anthony Ndungu and Carol Odongo.