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The National Youth Orchestra of Kenya was started over a year ago. It is an ensemble of very talented young Kenyans from all walks of life, representing what many of us see as the future of Kenya: positive, gifted and united. Their concert is this coming Saturday, 17th December 2011, 3pm at Braeburn in Gitanga road, recommended for everyone, and especially if you have children who are interested in music.
Every Saturday (except the last Saturday of the month) we will be showing two videos of talks from the renowned TED conferences followed by a casual discussion. This week’s theme: Consciousness, and the line between life and not-life
This weeks talks feature: Martin Hanczyc on the line between life and not-life
Simon Lewis Don’t take consciousness for granted
Alan Russell on regenerating our bodies
10am (for 10:30) to 12:00pm – Austin Room, Braeburn School, Gitanga Road, Lavington
Directions to Braeburn: http://www.braeburn.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=197&Itemid=695
Website: http://www.ted.com/tedx/groups/2441 ; also http://www.ted.com/tedx/groups/825
The Kenyan Boys Choir will be in concert on
Date: June 18, 2011
Venue: Braeburn, Garden Estate
Time: 7-9 pm
Tickets: Adults Kshs 500, Students Kshs 300
An evening of great music by one of Kenya’s best choirs
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This year join Snow White and her friends, Dame Maridadi and Pumba Vu, as they try to outwit the Wicked Queen, with the help of handsome Prince Charlie and the somewhat bumbling Kichwa Kubwa. Oh yes, and there’s some dwarfs wandering around in the mix as well.
As ever, amidst much mayhem and laughter, song and dance, good will triumph over evil, but they need your loud voice in participation to help the heroes on their way.
Snow White directed by Allen Corbet,
Venue: Braeburn Theatre, Lavington
Dates: November 26-December 5, 2010
Times: Nov. 26 & Dec. 3 at 7pm, Nov. 27, 28 & Dec. 5 at 3pm and Dec. 4 at 5pm
Tickets: Adults Ksh500/- Students (up to 18) Ksh300/-
Children under 2 are free, provided they sit on a lap.
Tickets are available at the Braeburn PR Office on Gitanga Road. You can contact Faye by email with your bookings on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to view the theatre layout , to get an idea of where you want to sit.
NB:All tickets must be collected 3 days in advance of the show please. There are discounts for block bookings.
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The GoDown Arts Centre and The Kenya Conservatoire of Music presents “Its Cool In The Furnace”, the highly anticipated musical bible story about the three men of Daniel and their King which opens next weekend at the Braeburn Theatres. The two day show kicks off on the 12th of December. Come and witness the entertaining show that is bound to change your perspective of the bible tale that we have come to know so well.