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This event will be the ultimate cosy concert experience where we offer, with a bonfire, complimenting artwork for ambience, bitings, bar service, alongside an intimate performance session where the audience gets to interact with the artist courtesy of a controlled and relaxed environment.
Cabs will be available for easier transport from the venue.
The featuring artists will be Tetu Shani, Labdi and we shall enjoy a live Dj set from Zontor.
Tickets cost; 800 kshs advance and 1000 ksh at the gate.
Being that tickets are limited to 150 people only we advise that you call 0705200916 /0703908696 for reservations and information or Pay via Mpesa -Paybill number -886465 (legassy)
Bring a blanket / dress warmly.
Date: April 8, 2016
Venue: Karen Village, Ngong Road
Time: 6-9 pm
The speakers lined up, include;
1. Rose Jepkorir – Culture
2. Muthoni Kimani – Education
3. Arnorld Mulubi – Story telling
4. Wangui Ngujiri – Film
5. James Mutua – Music
6. Gerard Omondi – Stone sculpture
7. Jessie de Boer – Urban Permaculture
Now running in over 800 cities across the world PechaKucha Nights bring together people in a relaxed, simple and enjoyable format to meet, network and share their ideas and work in public.
PechaKucha Nights were developed by two architects in Japan. It means ‘chit chat’ in Japanese and refers to the format where presenters have 20 slides and 20 seconds to talk about each slide making short, fast moving presentations of 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
There will be a Beer break-Refreshments and Snacks will be available.
Dates: December 5 & 6, 2015
Venue: St. Francis Church
Location: at the junction of Ngong Road and Karen Road
Time: Saturday, December 5 2015 at 7 pm and Sunday, December 6 2015 at 3 pm
Tickets: Adults, KES 800 and Students, KES 500
Conductor: Damian Penfold
PS: St. Francis is easily reached via the Southern Bypass, for those on the other side of Nairobi
Join us at The Thai place this Sunday for Mama Rocks’ pre-launch, pop-up event (before we unleash Mama, full force, onto Nairobi very soon…) Expect a flavour fest of mouthwatering burgers, finga lickin’ wings and shakin’ shakes! If you have room, there are artisan ice creams too! Exceptional African inspired food, chilled vibes and great company. What more could you ask for on a Sunday? Make sure you don’t miss out on this!
Thinks & Drinks is a night of slightly nerdy and definitely insightful talks about anything interesting in the world.
This coming week we have talks on what it’s like to run a political campaign, how bitcoin works and Computer Vision. The talks are 10 minutes each and interactive. The talks are given by experts on their field who have a knack for public speaking.