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Tony Montana (Pacino), a Marielito freed from Castro’s jails and sent to Florida along with the political prisoners taken in by the Carter administration. After a harrowing introduction to the US coke business he makes his way swiftly up the crime ladder, ruthlessly squashing anyone who dares to stand in his way, even bent cops.
Come with something to sit on and with something to eat. Gates open at 6pm and movie begins at sundown.
Tickets available on ticketsasa.com
Harry and Sally meet when she gives him a ride to New York after they both graduate from the University of Chicago. The film jumps through their lives as they both search for love, but fail, bumping into each other time and time again. Finally a close friendship and eventually something more blooms between them.
A great movie for the season! Come with something to sit on and with something to eat. Gates open at 6pm and movie begins at sundown.
Festival Dates: December 9 -16, 2012
Events Line Up: Public Lectures, Writers in conversation, Readings, Performances, Art Exhibitions, Film Screenings
Venues: various venues – Kifaru Gardens, Kwani? Garden, National Museum,
University of Nairobi, Goethe Institut, Kuona Trust, Habesha, Kibera, KICC Helipad, Eastleigh, South B [map below]
Update: All the events scheduled to take place at University of Nairobi have been moved to the National Museum
Focus: Stories of the Horn of Africa with participating Countries – Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan & Kenya
Some of the writers confirmed for the festival are: Hadraawi – Somalia, Warsan Shire – Somalia, Sayadin Hersi – Somalia, Awes Osman – Somalia, Said Juma Hussein – Somalia, Chehem Watta – Djibouti, Meaza Worku – Ethiopia, Jamal Mahjoub – Sudan, Alemseged Tesfai – Eritrea, Nawal El Saadawi – Egypt, Kojo Laing – Ghana, Helon Habila – Nigeria, Deqa Abshir – Somalia/Kenya, Fawaz El Said – Sudan, Yassir Ali – Sudan, Altayeb Daw Elbeit – Sudan, Ermais Ekube – Ethiopia
A Snap Shot of the Programme
Date: December 9, 2012
Venue: Kifaru Gardens
Time: 2-10 pm
Music by: Waayaha Cusub and Kato& Band
DJ Set by: DJ Zelalem
Date: December 10, 2012
Venue: Goethe-Institut Nairobi, Monrovia Street
Time: 2.30 – 8 pm
Date: December 11, 2012
University of Nairobi National Museum
Time: 2– 7 pm
Date: December 12, 2012
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium, National Museum
Time: 2.30-8 pm
Date: December 13, 2012
Venues: Hotel Intercontinental,
Taifa Hall (University of Nairobi) & Louis Leakey Auditorium, National Museum
Time: 2.30– 7.30 pm
Date: December 14, 2012
Venues: Louis Leakey Auditorium (National Museum) & Kuona Trust
Date: December 15, 2012
Venues: Louis Leakey Auditorium (National Museum) & KICC Helipad
Entry: Free (National Museum)
Entry: Ksh 1,000 (KICC Helipad)
The Kwani? Literary Festival is organised by Kwani Trust on a biennial basis where the literary leaders of Kenya, enriched with visiting writers from around the world, turn their attention to one salient subject and explore it through the lenses of the continent’s past, present and emerging literatures. In 2012, the Litfest will focus on several geopolitical trends and shifts in Kenya’s immediate north to host literary conversations with the Horn of Africa.
It thus aims to act as a platform where the story of the Horn of Africa can be told, to an extent, not taking the political crisis narrative as the only story that exists.
Additionally, the pan-African exchange programme of Goethe-Institut Moving Africa will bring a further eight African writers to Nairobi.
The Mingle is a new, fun, daytime network event that enables you to open up and meet new people through games and fun activities – social media live and in person! As Plato said, “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation”
On Saturday, 26th May come to Kifaru Gardens, Off James Gichuru Rd from 10 am – 8pm and experience The Mingle!
On 26th May, leave the shyness at home and come smile and interact with as many people as you can with us.
MC – MARTIN KARIUKI (Capital Fm)
DJ MISTA DRU (Deejayz Republic) – party stopper!!!
DJ PURPL’ (neo-lounge, kwaito, house, club hits)
hopscotch, twister, katii, foosball, rodeo bull, speed mingling, lock n key, billiards, shake, human bingo, and more…
Digital : Playstation Move, Wii Motion Plus games – dancing, singing, fighting, sports games on 55″ screens
Bring your own drinks!
Affordable food including bbq and drinks sold at the venue
Sheesha Lounge Area
Dress Code : Comfortable Fashionable
This event is strictly for persons over 18 years
Advance : 700/=
General admission: 1000/=
Buy online at Ticketsasa
Screen on the Green is a platform for African filmmakers to show their movies, films, documentaries and short films. Screen on the Green delivers a unique and exciting experience for the local audience.
We attended the previous event, and it was truly wonderfully organised – a pleasure to enjoy an open air movie night in such a beautiful garden
This month’s screening: Sheena Queen of the Jungle
Where: Kifaru House off Kanjata Rd. (off James Gichuru) – House with Rhino on gate
When: October 8th 2011
Gates open at 5pm; movie starts at 7pm
Bring your own food and blankie to sit on.
Popcorn, bar, live, food on sale DJ
Advance tickets 800Ksh at http://tickets.pesapal.com/order.aspx/67ce4563-3a1a-46b4-a3f6-10d9c4595375/screen-on-the-green-throwback-classic-edition
Gate tickets 1000ksh
This is the story of Sheena whose parents are killed while on Safari. She is raised by the mystical witch woman of an ‘African tribe’. As Sheena grows up, she learns much from the Shaman about the lore of the jungle and the ways of all its creatures and is even entrusted with the secret of telepathic communication with the animals. Tigora is under the special protection of King Jabalani. The King’s ex-football champion younger brother Prince Otwani is conspiring with his brother’s fiancee, Countess Zanda, to have Jabalani assassinated so that they can exploit the titanium-rich Zambouli lands.
On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=227211800668898
Date: August 28, 2011
Venue: Kifaru Gardens
Location Directions: Get on to James Gichuru Rd. Turn off at Kanjata rd (which leads to Loreto Convent Msongari). Kifaru Gardens is the 2nd white gate to your right. (The gate has a painting of a black rhino)
Entry: Kshs 200 (Children under 12 come in free)
Music Performances by: Moraa, Steve Chege, Jason Sibi Okumu, Ma3 and The villagers Band
Poetry Performances by: Kevin Man Njoro and Wanjiku Mwaurah
Music by: Kato Change, Ma3’s superstar Annie Soul, Dempsey ‘M’ Omwega, aziza muzik and Maia Von Lekow
Poetry by: Kadryn D Kay, Kiptum and Dennis Inkwa of Mstari wa Nne
Photo gallery by the talented Mwangi ‘Mwarv’ Kirubi
Respond to their Facebook Event
Kuweni Serious have just just wrapped up 125/100, and are incredibly grateful to have had your support to do it. Whether you joined them over the last few months, or would like to join them for future events, they want you to come out on Saturday night to Kifaru Grounds as they explore cool ways in which you can participate in your community.
Expect: Awesome people, life-changing conversations, and one kick-ass party (Just A Band will be DJ-ing!).
Volunteering is sexy. Do it.
Respond to their Facebook event
Where : Kifaru Gardens (Get on to James Gichuru Rd. Turn of at Kanjata rd. ( leads to Loreto Convent Msongari) It is the 2nd white gate to your right. ( has a black rhino) ( Google Maps: http://bit.ly/gmMreD )
Perfomances by: Nina Ogot, Aziza, Dempsey,Jason Okumu, Fadhili, Pato (Brook House School)
Gallery Exhibition: Mwangi Kirubi, Allan Gichigi
All this plus you usual mix of great artsy vendors, great company
Music performance by: Nina Ogot, Dempsey, Aziza & Jason Sibi-Okumu while photo gallery is by Mwangi Kirubi (@Mwarv)
What to expect from Kinanda Festival: Music, poetry, visual art, creative writing, spoken word, film & street art
Date: May 29, 2011
Venue: Kifaru Gardens
Directions: Goggle maps
Time: 1.45pm- 6.30pm
Tickets: Kshs 200 (Children under 12 come in free)
The Nairobi Kinanda Arts Festival is a monthly Arts extravaganza of music, poetry, visual art, creative writing, spoken word, film and street art offerings.
This festival happens over a single weekend, the last Sunday Afternoon, every month (mark in your calendars).
The May Edition of the Nairobi Kinanda Arts Festival (#kinandafest5) falls on the 29th May 2011; in this edition the usual bricolage of great music, spoken word from two critically acclaimed poets i.e Adelle and Rigga, all these adding to the carnival atmosphere that is the Nairobi Kinanda Arts Festival.
The festival has also added a GALLERY: an addition to this month’s and future editions of the festival. They have invited two of the East Africa’s Visual finest visual artists to showcase their work photographers : Mutua Matheka (@truthslinger) and Steve Kitoto (@stevekitos)
Expect: To enjoy great music, poetry , food, street art (Mind you there are great discounts on CDS, arts memorabilia) and great company
Music Performances by: Aaron Rimbui, Dee (Diana Nduba), Ma3 and Michele Ongaro
Poetry Spoken Word performances by: Adele and Riggah
Gallery Exhibition by: Truth Slinger (Mutua Matheka) & Stive Kitots
KinandaFest is NOW a monthly event happening every last Sunday of the Month. The March Edition of Kinanda Arts Festival is happening on;
Date: March 27, 2011
Venue: Kifaru Gardens
Location: Google Map
Tickets: Kshs 200
For more info check their blog
Expect: Great music, fabulous poetry, good food, street art and great company.