Posts filed under ‘Musical’
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.
Dates: Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat and Sun – Until April 17, 2016
Time: 3pm and 6pm
Venue: The Elephant, No. 3 Kanjata Rd in Lavington.
Tickets: Call (+254)721 946 710 to reserve and pick your tickets at the gate.
About Tinga Tinga Tales – the Musical
Based on Tinga Tinga Tales the animated series, the Musical
Is a gloriously interactive and raucus live show designed to entertain the whole family. Written and directed by original creators of the TV show Claudia Lloyd and composed by Eric Wainaina, the musical will take its audience on a wonderful theatrical journey where they will sing with the Dawn Chorus, interact with their favourite characters from the TV series, help Giraffe get out of sticky situation and delight in seeing how Chameleon transforms from the greyest of grey things into an explosive Afrofusion Master of Colour. Everyone will sing, dance, laugh and cry… but most of all they will all have a TingaTingaTastic Time.
Written by Claudia Lloyd I produced by Sheba Hirst I music by Eric Wainaina I choreographed by Mkamzee Mwatela.
Musical: Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Coat by Stuart Nash, Oct. 23-25 2015 @ Kenya National Theatre
Dates: October 23-25, 2015
Venue: National Theatre
Location: Oshwal Centre Auditorium, Ring Road
Tickets: Kshs 1500: stall and Kshs 1000: balcony
Tickets available at TOY WORLD: Yaya Centre, Village Market, Sarit Centre and ABC Place
Contact No: 0724734789
“SIMBA”: A musical production based on ‘The Lion King’ composed of a fusion of dance, drama, visual effects, exquisite sets and musical elements.
It has been previously staged in July 2015. Due to the overwhelming response, it is back by public demand.