Opening performance by Winyo accompanied by Nina Ogot.
Main Performance by Marema – Senegal’s rising star
Dates: March 4 – April 1, 2015
Venue: Karen Country Club
Opening: Saturday 7th March 2015
Members and guests are invited to the exhibition opening, for a one-on-one session with the duo, at the Club’s Cocktail Lounge from 2pm.
To attend the opening RSVP at email@example.com
PS: This being a members club, you are advised that you need to be a guest of one of the club members for you to see the exhibition.
Date: March 6, 2015
Venue: National Museum’s Amphitheater
This Friday, Offbeat Productions presents #MakeItHappen. This will be a celebration of our women, in line with this year’s International Women’s Day “Make It Happen”. Women are the cornerstone on which our society is predicated upon, and we decided to sing an ode to all the women.
Dela Maranga is a renowned vocal powerhouse cum architect. Her hits such as “Weche Tek” and “War in my Heart” have resonated with a huge segment of the nation. Her duet with hearthrob Bien of Sauti Sol “Mama Papa” won her a new legion of fans who have been tethered to her incomparable voice ever since. Come this Friday, Dela shall be live on stage with her band!
Fena Gitu’s silky sultry tone is unmistakable. Her timbre sends shivers down the spine of many a fans, and her latest jam “African King” which is an ode to all the men out there has won the heart of fans. Her other hits such as “Africa Massive” and “Dutch” with Kagwe Mungai were a staple on our airwaves for months on end.
If you watched her in Coke Studios, then you know she brings it everytime! Come sing and dance to her tunes and her sexy serenade.
Adelle Onyango is no stranger to the limelight. Everyday, her voice permeates the airwaves as she interacts with a massive fanbase all over Kenya.
Her #TeamAdelle is a force to reckon with on social media, and are her fiercest supporters no matter what barbs are thrown at her.
She is the founder of No Means No and is an outspoken proponent of female empowerment.
Nairobi National Museum’s Amphitheater, from 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm, come celebrate all the si’stars with us!
Worldwide premier of the new documentary with an introduction by Boniface Mwangi
Date: March 13, 2015
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre
Time: 6-9 pm
Entertainment by: Soul and jazz artist Liron.
PS: Lesleigh Kenya regrets to announce that due to unavoidable circumstances, the last meet the Author event which was scheduled to March 7 2015 at Silole Villa has been cancelled.
Performances by CHRIS BITTOK feat: Different Faces Band + Special Surprise Guest Appearances
Hosted by June Gachui
Donations can be sent to MPESA Paybill # 317036 Acct # AnneBittock