Posts tagged ‘Michael Joseph Centre’
Date: March 13, 2015
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre
Time: 6-9 pm
Entertainment by: Soul and jazz artist Liron.
PS: Lesleigh Kenya regrets to announce that due to unavoidable circumstances, the last meet the Author event which was scheduled to March 7 2015 at Silole Villa has been cancelled.
International Women’s Day: Women of the World Talk & Act Conference 2015, Mar. 7 2015 @ Michael Joseph Centre
Women have been long termed, “their own worst enemies”. But in 2015 Moving Cultures is going to change that with the “Women of the World Talk & Act” interactive conference as we celebrate International Women’s Day in style!
This is the only event that you will find Fashion beacons such as Ann McCreath, Ajuma Naseyana, Politicians; Naisula Lesuda, Thespian and performers such as June Gachui, Emi Kitasako ( Japan), Temi Ogunyuko (USA), Salsa instructors such as Marion Munga, Photographers such as Georgina Goodwin and Writers such as Margaretta Gacheru and over 20 other iconic women sharing of themselves in one on one mentorship and facilitation, to grow the force and effect of women to positively impact Kenya and the world.
For more information on this event contact: email@example.com
Safaricom Youth Orchestra is happy to announce the auditions at the beginning of March for any talented, committed and hardworking young musicians out there who are interested in joining their ensemble. Please note that because there are only limited spaces available, they will be auditioning for particular instruments.
Auditions open to students between the ages of 10 – 17 years
PS: You need to write to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your audition application form | See the poster for further details.
Event date & time: Thursday 29th, Friday 30th and Saturday 31st at 7pm.
Advance Tickets Ksh. 800/= (Offer ends 29th) and At the door Ksh. 1,000/=
Event Venue: Safaricom House-Micheal Joseph Centre (Waiyaki Way,Westlands)
Mending Monologues explores gender violence issues from a male perspective by using true, first-person monologues and comedy.
Directed by Mbeki Mwalimu