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ABOUT – FREEDOM & SECURITY: CAN WE HAVE BOTH?
Buni Media, creators of the ‘XYZ Show’, presents a cartoon exhibition on the burning issues of freedom of expression and security. 27 professional cartoonists from 9 countries illustrate the burning question: Freedom & Security: Can we have both?
The struggle against terrorism has highlighted the threats to freedom of expression. On the one hand, media practitioners risk violence from those who may take offense to articulation of some opinions. On the other hand, authorities claim that a restriction of rights is necessary to maintain societal security. In protecting one, there is always the risk of undermining the other.
Happy new Month. Hope you are well. Father’s day is coming up in June (15th),and we as Wholesome entertainment will this weekend take you through the incredible,anxious filled,exciting yet at times troublesome journey of fatherhood and how this affects the women who love them. The story will be told through entertaining dramatization,interactive narration and awesome singing.
Featuring: Benjamin Webi, Michael Oyier and Steve Katingima
What a great way to spend your weekend,treat your dad,or a father you know,or just enjoy great entertainment with your friends.
The Show: City Dads and the women who love them.
When: June 6th,7th and 8th.
Where: Alliance Francaise
Time: Fri 6th – 6pm and 8.30pm
Sat 7th- 6pm
Sun 8th-3pm and 6pm
Cost: Kshs 1000.
Ticket hotline :0725040951
Dates & Time: Fri 2 May at 6 & 8pm, Sat 3 May at 3, 6 & 8pm, Sun 4 May at 1, 3 & 6pm
Venue: Alliance Francaise
Tickets: Kshs 500. For bookings, Call/Mpesa-0726524124/0728130134, Airtel: 0734524124 or call 0202025811. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets on sale at Alliance Francaise reception, Asanand Music Shop on Moi avenue, 8to8 Mall next to Jazz Bar.
This inspirational but ridiculous story takes place in the home of a factory owner who is rolling in money and wants to give some of it (Ksh 10,000,000) to the son of his former business associate. The only stipulation is that the young man must be his father’s sole heir.
Unsure of the son’s whereabouts, he places an advertisement in a number of local newspapers. Almost immediately, an heir appears accompanied by a crafty fellow. Soon after, others pop out from all corners to join in claiming the prize money and even his beautiful daughter! A series of mistaken identities ensue resulting in an unexpected twists and turns finally erupting into chaos.
Dangerous Affairs is a fast moving and rip-roaring farce highly recommended.
It brings together Nairobi’s finest artistes including stars of local and continental movies and TV series Robert Agengo, Juma Williams, Brenda Wairimu, Veronica Waceke, Nice Githinji, Rosemary Waweru, Janet Kirina, Mwaura Nganga, movie stars Justin Mirichii and Wangari Gioche. The stage manger is Nina Mwiti.
This comedy is directed by Mbeki Mwalimu and Veronica Waceke and produced by Abuto Eliud