Posts tagged ‘Lydia Gitachu’
[Postponed] Play: GITHAA – Validating Dreams, Aug. 8-10 2014 @ Italian Institute of Culture – Westlands
New Dates: August 29th, 30th, and 31 2014
Interacteam Media AND Spielworks Media have put up the play GITHAA – Validating dreams. It will be staged at Italian Institute of Culture (Opp. Jacaranda hotel in Westlands) on the
8th , 9th, 10th of August 2014 , at 7 pm.
The play has an experienced and talented cast ! Christine Savane, Lydia Gitachu , Bilal Mwaura, Helena Waithera, Willy Rama, Maryanne Nungo, Melvin Alusa, Iddi Achien’g and Rogers Otieno.
Charges are 1,000 per seating. Advance booking is encouraged due to limited seating.
You can purchase the tickets at Italian Institute of Culture, at Grenadier Hse 5th Floor. Also at Spielworks Media, Parkfield Place 5th Floor, Opp. Safaricom House.
For any inquiry email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call 0716603866
Date: January 17, 2014
Venue: Nyali Cinemax
Time: 9 pm (come at 8 pm to hang with the cast)
Tickets – 500/=
Advance tickets available at Nyali Cinemax.
Screening Times Mombasa
Dates & Time: January 18 & 22 at 7 pm
Harrison, overworked and underpaid is looking for money for bride price. A ‘business’ opportunity presents itself when he gets the keys to the Company house. With the CEO away on holiday, he has access to a vacant fully furnished house. He decides to cash in… Easy money doesn’t always come cheap.
Starring: Lizz Njagah, Ian Mbugua, Gerald Langiri, Sarah Hassan, Helena Waithera, Lenana Kariba, Gitau Ngogoyo, Nice Githinji, Diana Nekoye, Lydia Gitachu, Auma Njagah, Sheila Kwamboka and Alex Konstantaras.
Filmed by the award winning D.O.P. John Wambugu. Directed by the award winning directors Alex Konstantaras & Aggie Nyagari and Produced by Historia Films
Screening Times Nairobi
Dates & Time: January 17-23, 2014 at 10 am & 5.30 pm
Highlights of Nairobi Premièr
Note: the movie is rated adults only 18+.
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
Tickets Hotline: 0720 861 236 or 0733 720 585 / Email: email@example.com
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
Opening Date: October 11, 2013
Runs until October 26, 2013.
Tickets: Ksh. 500. ǀ Special rates for Students with ID Ksh. 300.
Apples from the Desert is an award winning play written by Savyon Liebrecht. It’s set in Israel and it’s a romantic comedy dealing with freedom; religious freedom, career choice, romance and all sorts of freedom that a young lady with a strict dad and suppressed mother craves.
HOUSE of Lungula is a Sexy Comedy touching on the sexual habits of Kenyans.
Based on many true stories…
Starring: Ian Mbugua, Lizz Njagah, Gerald Langiri, Sarah Hassan, Helena Waithera, Lenana Kariba, Gitau Ngogoyo, Nice Githinji, Diana Nekoye, Lydia Gitachu, Auma Njagah, Sheila Kwamboka and Alex Konstantaras
Filmed by John Wambugu and directed by Alex Konstantaras, Lizz Njagah & Aggie Nyagari. Sound by Naftali Wambugu