Posts tagged ‘karen’
Date: Wednesday, April 9 2014
Venue: Purdy Arms Marula Rd. Karen. — at Purdy Arms
Time: 6.45 pm
Date: March 12, 2014
Venue: Purdy Arms, Marula Lane – Karen
Time: 6.45 for 7.15 pm
Reservations: 0724 255299, 2339158 or email@example.com
Soul Boy is a captivating Kenyan-German co-production shot in Kibera, one of the largest slums in East Africa.
Abila, a 14 year old boy, sets out on a quest to save his father, who has gambled his soul away to a witch. His friend Shiku offers to help him… will they succeed?
This movie transforms the mysteries and myths of this multi-faceted social microcosm into a modern day fairy tale.
Full info here Soul Boy Film poster
Dickson Kaloki is one of Kenya’s most exciting emerging artists. Kaloki hit the art scene in 2011 with his celebrated slum-series. He now continues to explore slum structures, but his latest works go beyond the classic mabati and timber houses, narrow corridors, and ubiquitous Kanaro River to explore the interaction between individuals in the slums, their environments, and the city of Nairobi.
The Stranger in Me combines these new mediums, themes and styles, showing Kaloki’s depth as an artist.
From January 16th through February 4th, Que Pasa is displaying a selection of Kaloki’s new pieces.
Join the opening night, Thursday January 16th, for Canapés and Conversations with the artist starting at 7pm.
Que Pasa is located in the Karen Shopping Center
When a criminal is gunned down, do we ever stop to ask ourselves how his life must have been?
When ZEAL is gunned down under mysterious circumstances, JAZZ, his fiancée of Asian descent is determined to get justice.
Her path crosses KUSH, the mixed race policeman on the case and a man who has always had an interest in her. He has concluded that Zeal was a criminal, killed in an inter gang turf war.
Then two women, BUNDE, a patient from a high cost sanatorium and SILK, a veiled mystery turn up at his funeral without explanation or apology.
Jazz stumbles on SHEBE, who connects some of the dots in Zeal’s life. Shebe was arguably Zeal’s closest friend and confidant.
Jazz digs deeper and finally discovers that Zeal was leading a far from normal double life, he was indeed a criminal.
Then Jazz finds herself the target of the same people who had Zeal killed. To keep alive Jazz has to expose these killers and bring them to justice . . . a task that will bring in contact with the criminal underworld and put her life on the line.
“Strata” is a multi racial movie that gives us insight into the rise in crime in Kenya today and the innovative and intriguing methods that desperate criminals use to avoid detection. “Strata” also gives us a glimpse into the cover-up tactics that law enforcers use to lead us down the wrong path.
“Strata” is story of crime and passion with wheels within wheels . . . that reveals the layers of our lives stemming from what may seem to the untrained eye as a simple gunning down of another notorious criminal on the streets of Nairobi.
Date: October 31, 2013
Venue: Vineyard, Rhapta Rd – Westlands
Tickets: 1000KSH advance MPESA 0715 101 073 & 0720 960 322 or 1500KSH on door. Beer from 200, wine from 350, bitings from 500 per plate
Date:November 1, 2013
Venue: Purdy Arms, Karen
Time: 8 pm
Tickets: 2500KHS inc. delicious dinner. MPESA Buy Goods 2500KSH to till 56952
Live test of sitcom-in-development Mombasa is calling “Vulgar and common” and Heat magazine is calling “The funniest sitcom in YEARS.”
Written by Jane Bussmann & Mombasa-born, Oscar-short listed Naisola Grimwood
WARNING: THESE SHOWS ARE REALLY, REALLY RUDE. Not just a bit naughty, but REALLY REALLY RUDE
Exhibition: by Amy Sandys – Lumsdaine, Oct. 22 2013 – Nov. 10 2013 @ the Talisman Restaurant – Karen
You are invited to see Amy Sandys most recent collection of oil paintings celebrating Kenya. The show includes a variety of landscapes, wildlife art and figurative works.
Opening: October 22, 2013
Venue: the Talisman Restaurant – Karen
Runs Until: November 10, 2013
Dates: Until October 16, 2013
Venue: Que Pasa Bar & Bistro, Karen
For more info. visit event Facebook page
Come celebrate Kenya with us as we host an all Kenyan lineup comprising of the astounding Mumala Maloba, the charming Nyota Ndogo, the gifted Kato Change and the multifarious Just A Band.
Limited advance tickets will be on sale for Ksh. 1,300 on www.ticketsasa.com before 25th February and for Ksh. 1,500 on ticketsasa and at select Dormans outlets (Mama Ngina, Westgate, Village Market, Yaya, Junction and Karen) thereafter.
Tickets at the door shall be sold at Ksh. 2,000 for adults and Ksh. 500 for children (5-12 yrs). Children below the age of 5 enter free.
Nyota Ndogo: http://ndogonyota.blogspot.com/
Kato Change: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheChangeKato?feature=watch
Just A Band: http://music.just-a-band.com/album/sorry-for-the-delay
Date: October 14, 2012
Venue: Brookhouse School, Karen
Tickets: Adults Kshs 1000 and Children Kshs 700
For more information: Facebook Page
Among the artists performing: Ricky na Marafiki, Maia Von Lekow, Chris Adwar, June Gachui, The Moipei Quartet, Dan Chizi Aceda – and more!
This is an initiative aimed at reaching out and improving the lives of Somali Women Refugees at Daadab together with their children
Date: August 25, 2012
Venue: Que Pasa Karen
Eddie & the Ensemble will perform new pieces as well as the well loved compositions from his earlier records.
The night will be graced by the engaging sound of Songbird June Gachui among other guest appearances.
For reservations, call 0728 272 902
Eddie is not bound by the conventional wisdom of the music world, on this night he will also be introducing Thomas Menzer, Michael Olatunji and John Uledi.
For more information visit the event page on Facebook
The Waldorf EcoFair, Green Living & Crafts, is a vibrant, evolving, annual community-building event with an ‘eco’-centric focus, drawing individuals, companies and organizations together from all over Kenya. We invite Nairobiites to bring the whole family out to the ‘green peace’ of Karen – yes, it really is worth the trek across town!
Enjoy guilt-free retail therapy, supporting, among others, recycling and ecotourism initiatives offering hot fashion and décor ideas, while the children are engrossed in magical activities and creative Waldorf-style pastimes. At the same time you can find out more about sustainable, responsible, natural and compassionate ways of living together here with Planet Earth and see some of what Kenyans are doing, ‘eco’.
This year we’re also featuring the thrilling Savage Wilderness ZipLine – fun for all the family – in addition to the usual children’s activities facilitated by our own Waldorf Teachers.
Funds raised by the EcoFair will support our scholarship children.
The 4th Annual Waldorf EcoFair consists of over 90 stalls, offering the following:
· Sustainable Energy Resources for your home and workplace incl. eco-construction and biogas demonstrations
· Green Product Design & Green Household Products
· Permaculture & Organic Farming Exhibitions
· Local and Imported Organic Health Foods
· Fashion Accessories & Home Décor – with particular emphasis on products made from recycled materials.
· Holistic Health – info on complementary therapies, alternative health systems, natural lifestyles and support services
· Creative Children’s Activities in the Steiner-Waldorf Tradition
· Slow Food Court (referring to the quality of food not the speed of the service!)
Exhibition of Steiner-Waldorf Education and sale of Waldorf toys
Book Exchange – bring those dust-collectors and find new inspiration!
Fund-raising INSTANT PRIZE DRAW, with a bountiful list of highly desirables!
Where: Nairobi Waldorf School, Karen Campus – Miotoni Road, off Ngong Road.
Directions: From Nairobi – Take Ngong Road towards Karen, past the Racecourse and the Lenana Forest Centre. After the forested part of the road, across the future southern by-pass, take the first right onto Miotoni Road at the EcoFair banner. The school is on the left after about one kilometre.
When: Saturday and Sunday, 12th and 13th May 2012, opening at 10 am – closing 5 pm on Sat and 4 pm on Sun.
Entrance: Adults 100/- and Children under 12 free. (Activity tokens available from 50/- each.)
Further Information: contact Mandy Parkin on 0733 636929
Waldorf EcoFair facebook page
XmasBoX 2011The Boutique Christmas Fair
Date: 18th, 19th, 20th November
Venue: Karen Blixen Museum
Location: Along Karen Rd, Karen Nairobi
The aim of the XmasBox is to give the people of Kenya a selective, sophisticated and personal Christmas fair.
It offers the very best of East African designers and businesses and in keeping with the exclusive experience, we are limiting the number of exhibitors.
Each exhibitor will be displayed within the canvas tent ‘village’ in the beautiful gardens of the Karen Blixen Museum. It will be expertly arranged to maximize visibility, access and atmosphere.
Friday 18th & Saturday 19th November
9am The XmasBoX opens
6pm The XmasBoX closes
Sunday 20th November
9:30am The XmasBoX opens
5:30pm The XmasBoX closes
Food Court with:
Pizza Co’s Excellent pizzas
Ma Cuisines’s Delicious Quiches and Sandwiches
Dorman’s Coffee and its “Precioso Capuccino”
Kids Entertainment by Star Jump
Trempoline, Water Balls, Bouncing Castle, Pop Corns, Candy Floss,…
…..and Father Xmas on Saturday and Sunday.
Adult : Kes 300
Kids: Kes 100
Visual Artists Carol Mbugua and Esther Mukuhi will exhibit their works at the Karen Blixen Patio
Final chance to sign up for the Kenya Youth Business Trust (KYBT) Charity golf tournament this Friday 24th June in Karen.
Cost for a four-ball is Ksh 5000/- per person, which includes light lunch, dinner and name in Nation draw if application submitted by Thursday to firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds to charity and event to be covered by Supersports if you fancy seeing yourself on telly…
Date: February 6, 2011
Venue: Mamba Village – Leisure Gardens, in Karen.
Tickets: Advance Ksh 800 & at the gate Kshs 1000