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Dance Performance: The Nutcracker by Dance Centre Kenya, Dec. 3 & 4 2016 @ the Kenya National Theatre
For further information and tickets, contact Dance Centre Kenya at 0705 725 369
Out of Town/Annual Break Dance Finals: Break Fast Jam 2016, Nov. 19 & 20 2016 @ YMCA Wandegeya (Kampala-Uganda)
Activities: Bboying/Bgirling (break dance) & popping battles, performances & showcases in Rap, dance & beat boxing/vocal percussion, DJ-ing, free workshops (dance, beat boxing, DJ-ing etc..), Educational discussions and Q & A sessions, press conferences, parties and many more.
Find more info., here http://break-fastjam.com/break-fast-jam-2016-finals-19th-20th-nov/
Break Dance: Break-Fast Jam + Kenya Eliminations in Nairobi, Oct 15 2016 @ the Kenya National Theatre
The event will feature Break dance battles (Seven 2 Smoke & 1 on 1), Popping battles (1 vs 1), Dance showcases, Rap & Beat boxing performances, Free workshops etc..
Presented by Fresh Lane and sponsored by; US embassy Kampala, Street dance Kenya, Break dance Project Uganda(BPU), Gagawala Graphics, End Of The Weak (EODW) Uganda
A L’OMBRE DE CORÉ
A l’ombre de Coré’ (‘In the shadows of Kore’ – the Greek Maiden) is a poetic hip hop dance by the French choreographer Mickaël Six and the talented dancer Sami Loviat-Tapie. The choreography presents a poetic dialogue between the body and light, between the real and the virtual. Like the Goddess Kore, the dancers take it in turns to confront their shadows.
The delicate music and the fluidity of movement make this a truly captivating show, an ingenious display of poetry in motion.
For the very first time the international well-known Semperoper Ballett sends its ballet dancers to sub-Saharan Africa to pursue the question “What is necessary to stage a ballet performance?”
The idea is to provide the audience insights into the daily rehearsal schedule that starts with the practice in the morning.
Nzilani is back…
..by public demand – Nzilani takes us back along his journey through life. The highs and the lows; the beaten paths and the twists in the road; the major milestones and the little things. This journey will make you laugh, will remind you of a past, will make you cry and it will make you think. Through poetry, drama, dance and music Elsaphan Njora will dare to take you where few are willing to go.
This is the third show that Njora is staging this year with direction from June Gachui and features by Kendi Nkonge, Tim Nightway, Charity Nyambura and Brian Ogola – it is slated to be the biggest so far.
Njora is on a mission to raise a generation that will aspire ‘to do’ and not just sit and watch and his instrument is his poetry from his 51 piece anthology set for publishing in November 2016.
“Nzilani will not leave you the same” – states the artist about his show. The show will be held at the Kenya National Theatre on the 17th of September. Doors open at 7.00pm and the main show will start at 8.00pm.