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Play: Matchstick Men – A Martin Kigondu Play, Nov. 10 2018 @ the Kenya National Theatre


Prevail Arts Company presents ‘Matchstick Men.’ – A Martin Kigondu play.

Date: November 10, 2018
Venue: the Kenya National Theatre
Time: 4 pm
Tickets: KES 1,000/-

SYNOPSIS: Memories shape lives but what happens when one cannot remember? What if our minds choose to block out memories that cause us pain? Set about a year after the country’s post election violence – the play peeps into the journey of Seth and Fathili as they share a fervent session trying to unwrap their entangled memories.

This is in the hope of not only finding a way forward but also retouching fragments of family and perhaps even themselves. What unfolds is an intense drama that questions what it means to be a man, a parent and even a nation; a hard hitting drama about healing and pain and the distance between the two.

Written and Directed by Kigondu Martin – the Prevail Arts Company production stars Immanuel Mulili and Bilal Mwaura.

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November 6, 2018 at 1:20 pm Leave a comment

Thrilling Drama: What Happens in the Night, Oct. 14 2017 @ Daystar Uni – Valley Road


Date: October 14, 2017
Venue: Daystar Uni – Valley Road
Time: 5 pm
Tickets: Advance KES 1,000/- (0721 609 601 or 0725 832 607) | Door KES 1,500/-

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE NIGHT – Our Riveting next attraction!
SYNOPSIS
: The news makers go home too; the media personalities, the artistes and the leaders – those expected to give commentary on the times. What happens when the scandals they investigate and instigate follow them home? Roy is having a tough time at work as a news anchor, he lives with his sister Ng’endo, a nurse who has her own issues to handle and Don their father, an ex politician who might have gotten himself in some murky business. Will their family and relationships stand the storm that hits their home? A riveting drama about a prominent family trying to balance their personal baggage with being in the limelight, while interrogating the on-goings of Kenya in frustrating times.

October 6, 2017 at 11:28 am Leave a comment

Out of Town/Thrilling Drama: What Happens in the Night, Oct. 8 2017 @ Le Rustique Restaurant – Nanyuki


Date: October 8, 2017
Venue: Le Rustique, Nanyuki
Time: 3 pm
Tickets: Advance KES 1,000/- (0721 609 601 or 0725 832 607) | Door KES 1,500/-

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE NIGHT – Our Riveting next attraction!
SYNOPSIS: The news makers go home too; the media personalities, the artistes and the leaders – those expected to give commentary on the times. What happens when the scandals they investigate and instigate follow them home? Roy is having a tough time at work as a news anchor, he lives with his sister Ng’endo, a nurse who has her own issues to handle and Don their father, an ex politician who might have gotten himself in some murky business. Will their family and relationships stand the storm that hits their home? A riveting drama about a prominent family trying to balance their personal baggage with being in the limelight, while interrogating the on-goings of Kenya in frustrating times.

October 3, 2017 at 10:42 am Leave a comment

Theatre: Skirmishes, Jul. 3-19 2015 @ Professional Centre – Parliament Road

Skirmishes
A play by Catherine Hayes and Directed by Martin Kigondu

Opening Night: July 3, 2015
Until: July 19, 2015
Time: Wed- 7pm, Thur-7pm, Fri-7:30pm and Sat-6pm
Kindly note that the last Sat 18th and 19th July we have two shows 3 and 6 pm

SYNOPSIS
A stark family portrait that in a light yet raw and honest way highlights the power of the dying and the tendency it has of bringing out the worst in those left to survive them Blurred Blood Sisterhood, Depth.

July 1, 2015 at 4:06 pm Leave a comment

Out of Town Theatre Performance: Picasso in Kenia, Aug. 2 2014 @ Klub Quest – Nanyuki

Picasso in Kenia
Date & Time: Saturday the 2nd of August at 4pm.
Venue: Klub Quest (next to Barclays Bank) in Nanyuki
Entry is by donation – give us what you think the show is worth!

Picasso in Kenia is an exciting and original collaboration between The Theatre Company of Kenya and the Dutch company, TiNaNiNaNi.

Originally written by their director, Ari Peterse, the performance examines the connections between the work and ideas of the most talked-about artist of the 20th Century, Pablo Picasso, and African art, using a combination of pathos, humour and music.

The piece has been explored and developed with the current TTC Training group, Dianna Kameta, Sunday Ndambia, Mvavu Eve-Onne, Eric Wanyama Wanyonyi and Martin Kigondu, along with Checkmate Mido , Sylviah Namusasi , Catherine Enane and Beryle Chebet. The TiNaNiNaNi members are Frans Siekman, Susan van Hulst, Fonge Frieling, Kamee Frieling and Jasper Valent.

Call 0722 554 372 for bookings and info.

August 2, 2014 at 1:44 pm Leave a comment


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