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20 Years of June Gachui – The Album Launch, Aug. 30 2016 @ Kenya National Theatre

June Gachui at 20
Date: August 30, 2016
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Time: from 7 pm
Tickets: KES 3500 regular and KES 5000 VIP

Seasoned singer and songwriter, June Gachui will be launching her debut album dubbed “Twenty Years” on 30th August at the newly refurbished Kenya National Theatre.

Get ready to attend the show of a lifetime soaking in all the Nyummy music you can as June Gachui takes to stage with her unrivalled passion, vocal prowess and stage charm.

Limited Tickets available online at
Ksh.3,500 for regular ticket and Ksh.5,000 for VIP.
Gates open at 7pm.


August 23, 2016 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

Charity Event: A Night of Classical Music & Dance, Aug. 25 2016 @ Kenya National Theatre

Charity Event
Date: August 25, 2016
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Time: 6-9 pm
Tickets: Balcony KES 15,000 and Auditorium KES 10,000

August 23, 2016 at 10:41 am Leave a comment

Theatre/Performance: Three Fold Cord, Jul. 29-31 2016 @ Kenya National Theatre

Three Fold Cord
Dates: July 29-31, 2016
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Time: Friday – 7.30 pm, Saturday & Sunday – 4 & 7 pm
Tickets: Gate KES 1,200 & Advance KES 1,000. Opening Night KES 2,000

July 20, 2016 at 2:30 pm Leave a comment

On1 and On2 Salsa Boot Camps with Ronald Pieters, Nov. 2-8 2015 @ the Kenya National Theatre

Ronald Pieters
Attention ALL Salsa dancers, report to the dance floor, For the first time in Kenya, The world renown performer, instructor and choreographer, Ronald Pieters will facilitate not one but two Salsa Boot Camps. The Challenge is on!!!

Dates: November 2-8, 2015
Venue: The Kenya National Theater, New Studio

On1 Salsa Boot Camp | 10 hours
Monday 2nd November to Friday 6th November
Time 5:45 pm -7:45 pm

Participation Fee: All days Kshs 10,000 Kshs 5,000 for any two days

On2 Salsa Boot Camp | 20 hours
Monday 2nd November to Friday 6th November
Time 8:00 pm -10:00 pm

Saturday, 7th November: 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Sunday, 8th November: 2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Participation Fee:
All days Kshs 20,000
Weekend Only or All weekdays only, Kshs 12,500
Weekend (One day), Kshs 7,500
Any Two Weekdays Kshs 5000

To Register, call Marion Munga on 0723325680
for more information, email

November 2, 2015 at 10:30 am Leave a comment

Opera: Magic Flute: Nov. 1 2015 @ Kenya National Theatre

magic flute

The Magic Flute is the most popular of all Mozart’s opera. Set in a an imaginary country where magic things happen, it deals with courage, honesty and love. The music is light and sparkling, appealing to both adults and children alike.
The premier will be on the 1st of November at the KNT at 2.30 p.m.

Tickets available at the door.
Kshs 1,000/- for Adults
Kshs 500/- for Children & Students

Group discounts available. Contact 0721 253 189

October 22, 2015 at 11:33 am 1 comment

Udada Festival + Udada Spanish Day, Oct. 15 & 16 2015 @ National Theatre & Pawa 254 Hub Respectively

Udada Festival
Udada Festival Launch
Date: October 15, 2015
Venue: Kenya National Theatre

Udada Spanish Day
Date: October 16, 2015
Venue: Pawa 254 Hub

Find more information here

October 15, 2015 at 2:49 pm Leave a comment

A Single Line: Conversation with Mamaza & James Mweu, Sept. 26 2015 @ Kenya National Theatre

A Single Lane
Date: September 26, 2015
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Time: 7 pm
Entry: Free Admission

The immediate association one has in relation to a red line is a line whose function is to divide, to mark territories, to separate. ASINGLELINE wants to look at this basic, generic entity of a line and look at it simply from another point of view: a line’s function is also to connect, to link, to bring things which are far from each other geographically and mentally closer together. ASINGLELINE is a straight line drawn from one point which is the city centre all the way to a second point which is a cultural centre building: a theater, a museum or other.

The line is neither a performance, nor an installation, it is a thought put into action, meant to connect, almost literally, the public – society, and their art – choreography and performance, driving MAMAZA and the local team who collaborates with them on the project, to cross the city through its public spaces – squares, streets, parks – and its private ones – domestic houses, shops, restaurants – in order to accomplish the drawing the line. The action of drawing the line is based on the collaboration with the local team as well as with the different people who come across the line. It is therefore a process which occurs through negotiation and the constant search for possible communication.

After its initial realisation of ASINGELINE in Antwerp/Belgium in 2011, MAMAZA has been invited to realise the project in Burkina Faso, South Africa and Nigeria (by the Goethe-Institut), as well as in Lausanne, Switzerland, Jerusalem, Petach Tikva and Haifa in Israel, Maputo in Mozambique and in Venice, Italy. MAMAZA is now continuing their tour through Africa by visiting Cote d`Ivoire, Uganda and Kenya. ASINGLELINE in Nairobi is realised together with Kenyan dancer and choreographer James Mweu.

Admission is Absolutely Free!

More information available on the GI’s Facebook Page

September 24, 2015 at 11:30 am 1 comment

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