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Musical: Matumaini, Jul. 12-13 2019 @ Braeburn Garden Estate


Dates: July 12-13, 2019
Venue: Braeburn Garden Estate

Show dates and time:
Friday 12th July: 7:00 pm
Saturday 13th July: 2:00 pm
Saturday 13th July: 7:00 pm

Tickets: Adult: 1000 Ksh. Child: 500 Ksh

The Youth Theatre of Kenya is proud to present an original musical entitled, “Matumaini”.

Matumaini directly translates to “Hopes” in English. And this is exactly what this story tells. Set against a huge dumpsite within the slums, we follow an array of stories and a band of characters who have been tossed aside and forgotten by society…until the music changes their lives. Watch as our characters battle against drugs, gang violence, poverty and the near-impossible odds as they strive to be something more. Matumaini is a relevant, heartwarming story which aims to highlight the power of the human spirit.

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This is based on the lives of many of our Ghetto Classics members and some of them will be taking part in the performance.

July 11, 2019 at 12:25 pm Leave a comment

Show/School Production: We Will Rock You, Mar. 26-28 2014 @ Braeburn Garden Estate School

WWRY final poster-updated
Braeburn Garden Estate proudly presents “We Will Rock You”, the dynamic musical written by Queen and Ben Elton.

Dates: March 26-28, 2014
Venue: Garden Estate School
Times: 7 pm Daily
Tickets: Adults: Ksh600, Students Ksh300 – Tickets on sale at Braeburn Garden Estate.
Contacts: Email – bgetickets@braeburn.ac.ke or call 0720 667622 / 0734 600029

About
We Will Rock You’ is a futuristic tale which tells of a massive corporation, Globalsoft, which sends computer generated music to all of the people on the planet.
Singing, musical instruments, and any expression of creativity, are banned. But Lost Texts are known to exist which talk of music from years gone by. A group of rebels (the Bohemians) strive to discover the lost music, and bring down the corporation.
The two heroes, Galileo and Scaramouche, discover musical instruments buried in rock, which they use to vaporise the head of the corporation (The Killer Queen), and send the Power Of Rock around the world to free the masses, enabling them to be musically creative once again.

March 25, 2014 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment


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