Posts tagged ‘Ghetto Exposed’

Exhibition/Show/Graduation: A Ghetto Exposed Graduation Show/Exhibition, May 17-21 2014 @ Michael Joseph Centre

Dates & Time: 17th and 20th of May 6.30pm
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom Headquarters

Dates & Time: 18th-21st of May daily from 9am – 5pm
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom Headquarters

A dance and photography festival in which the students of Ghetto Exposed show their talent and gained skills in the past 3 years of being in the program. They have been working with the theme ‘This is my Life’ and tell personal stories through dance or photography. Through this festival the students graduate from their studies at Ghetto Exposed. This is the first group of students that will graduate since the start of Ghetto Exposed in 2011.

Ghetto Exposed will also be hosting: Sawala Dance Crew, Team Kenya, Takerz, Andrew Wambua and Vereso to complete the evening with great guest performances!

Tickets are free!
Entry by reservation only through email (

In your email, please write 2 of your names, the amount of tickets and the date of your preference (i.e. 17th or 20th May)


May 17, 2014 at 1:21 pm Leave a comment

Multi-Style Dance Performance: One, Dec. 1 2012 @ Goethe

Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012
Venue: Goethe-Institut Auditorium
Time: 7 pm
Entrance: Free

Ghetto Exposed dance students perform in ONE different dance pieces in various styles like Jazz, Contemporary, Afro-Fusion, Hip-Hop, Show Dance, and Tap. You can expect a musical and theatrical dance performance that embodies the typical ups and downs a young Nairobian goes through. The show includes “dropped”, a choreography by Anne Suurendonk (NL).

The dancers include Merica Wasonga, Henry Kabii, Melvin Magina, David Kinuthia, Cynthia Atieno, Alexis Madafu, Victor Mishael, Naomi Mwongeli, Andrew Wambua, Moses Ng’ang’a, and Francis Muturi. The choreography was done by Mike Wamaya, Willys Kwach, Anne Suurendonk, Marieke van der Ven, and Caroline Slot.

Ghetto Exposed trains disadvantaged youth from developing countries who have an artistic talent to become professionals. They currently run a dance and a photography training program for talented and motivated youth from different slums of Nairobi.

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December 1, 2012 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment

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