Sundowners start @ 6:00PM with relaxing music curated by Monroe Marcus and the movie starts @ 8:00PM.
Happy hour from 6:00PM to 8:00PM with buy 1 get 1 free cocktails!
On Wednesday, March 16, 2016, come join us The Alchemist Bar for our third #DinnerAndAMovie Night!
Come enjoy two fantastic films under the stars, specially curated by the lovely and talented duo of Azza Satti and Pedro Matos
Alambamento, Mario Bastos (Angola, 2011, 15 min)
Set in the city of Luanda, the story of Matias that while going to deliver his dowry to his fiance’s father, an unexpected accident makes him realize how much he is willing to fight for her love. In this town where chaos and peace, beauty and ugliness, corruption and honor meet, Matias will have to do whatever it takes to get what he wants.
Viva Riva!, Djo Munga (Congo, 2010)
Viva Riva! is a Congolese crime thriller film written & directed by Djo Tunda Wa Munga and starring Patsha Bay, Manie Malone, Fabrice Kwizera, Hoji Fortuna, Marlene Longage, Alex Herabo & Diplôme Amekindra. The film received 12 nominations and won 6 awards at the 7th Africa Movie Academy Awards, including the awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography & Best Production Design, a feat that made it the highest winning film in the history of the AMAA’s till date
You can get also get yourself some delicous burgers courtesty of Mama Rocks or come try out our newest culinary addition,Upendo Pizza, for some oven-baked Italian pizzas! Sundowner music will be provided by Monroe Marcus!
‘Sunday Jazz Brunch’ – an afternoon of classic brunch treats, cocktails and live jazz by the Jacob Asiyo Quintet.
Welcome cocktails on offer and children under 7 years dine for free!
#NRW2016 menu will be available too.
See you Sunday!
“Play for Change” is not the the classic theatre performance: the public is part of it!
It’s indeed a “Theatre of the Oppressed” performance, a technique of the Participatory Educational Theatre:
IF they wish, the audience can intervene, try solutions and propose new policies about life and challenges on human rights promotion in Kenya, that will be the focus of the proposed plays.
CHANGE THE PLAY, PLAY FOR CHANGE!
(or just sit down and enjoy what happens, you get involved only if you want to!)
FREE ENTRANCE, just book your place: firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that this technique has been used even to create new laws in some countries?
For more information about the Theatre of the Oppressed, click here:http://www.parteciparte.com/eng/forum-theatre
The performance will be directed by Olivier Malcor, from Participarte (http://www.parteciparte.com/eng/who-we-are#1)
Follow CEFA – Kenya for more update, and invite your friends, everyone is welcome!
Within the framework of the Safaricom International Jazz Festival 2016, two important Italian musicians will perform:
Francesco D’Orazio, violinist – www.francescodorazio.com
Giampaolo Nuti, pianist – www.conservatorio.pr.it/docenti/giampaolo-nuti/
Booking and collection of cards from IIC before 8th February (office hours)
Info: Tel.: 0736 202071 / Email: email@example.com
The Embassy of Belgium will organise the first Belgian week in Nairobi from February 17 to February 21.
What would you think of if people ask you about Belgium? Right, its famous chocolates, its fine cuisine and its varied music scene. During the Belgian week in Nairobi these three aspects in which Belgium excels will be presented to the Nairobi public by the arrival of the talented Belgian chef Olivier Bruckner (L’Olivier, Namur), the renowned Belgian chocolatier (Chocolates Gerbaud, Brussels) and last but not least, the best Belgian jazz band Jef Neve Trio.
A taste of Belgium in Nairobi Serena Hotel
Belgium is a food-obsessed country. Belgians are a people who love their local products and are proud of their regional specialties. Belgium is not only about chocolate, beer and Brussels sprouts and we aim to bring a Belgian culinary experience to Nairobi. In cooperation with Nairobi Serena Hotel, Belgian chef Olivier Bruckner will present you a Belgian fine cuisine dinner from 17 to 19 February. The Belgian chocolatier Laurent Gerbaud will organise some workshops at the hotel.
Do not hesitate and contact Nairobi Serena Hotel to book with friends and family your table to enjoy the best of Belgian cuisine: firstname.lastname@example.org and 020 282 24 57.
For the third consecutive year, the Embassy is a partner of the Safaricom International Jazz Festival. This year, the renowned Jef Neve will defend the Belgian colours at the festival which takes place on Sunday February 21 at the Kasarani Grounds in Nairobi.
During the festival, chocolatier Laurent Gerbaud will organise different workshops about chocolate tasting and chocolate making. Be sure to come to the Belgian tent at the festival site and subscribe to these free workshops. Kindly note there is only limited capacity.
For more information on the Belgian week in Nairobi keep an eye on this facebook page