Posts tagged ‘Phoenix Player Theatre’

Play: Twice My Age, Jan. 15 – Feb. 7 2016 @ Phoenix Theatre

Twice My Age, adapted from The Public Eye by Peter Shaffer, and directed by Ellis Otieno

Opening: January 15, 2016
Dates: Until February 7, 2016
Venue: Phoenix Theatre
Timing: Weekdays 7 pm and Week-ends 6 pm

Charles and Belinda are an ill-sorted couple yet they were once in love. insanely jealous, Charles engages a privete eye, Julian, to follow her round Nairobi. Julian can only report that she is attached to someone. When the three meet it transpires that Belinda has fallen f or Julian. Deciding to mend a marriage, rather than break it, Julian banishes Belinda to her wanderings but this time to be followed by Charles.

Cast: Fred Murithi, Doreen Mwajuma and Joe Kinyua


January 7, 2016 at 3:09 pm Leave a comment

Theatre & Performances: Perfect Wedding, Jan. 17-31 2014 @ Phoenix Theatre

Dates: January 17-31, 2014
Venue: Phoenix Theatre

A man wakes up on his wedding morning to find an extremely attractive naked girl in bed beside him. But in the depths of a stag-night hangover, he can’t remember meeting her. Before he can get her out his bride to-be arrives. In the ensuing panic, the crisis escalates to nuclear proportions with the arrival of the bride’s mother and the best man’s girlfriend. This rare combination of riotous farce and touching love story has provoked waves of laughter across Europe and America.

For more information kindly contact us on 0705 589722 /2225506 /2221661 or 0722 510705 or email .

January 15, 2014 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Theatre: Passing Strangers, Nov. 1-16 2013 @ Phoenix Player Theatre – Professional Centre

Passing Strangers
Phoenix Players Present: Passing Strangers
Directed by Samson Psenjen

Opening: November 1, 2013
Venue: Phoenix Player Theatre, Professional Centre

Runs until November 16, 2013
Tickets: Kshs 500 and Students Kshs 300

Fickle thing, memory. Malcolm discovers how true his words are when he takes his friend Clive to a singles’ evening. Clive has just been left by his wife, while Malcolm is a confirmed bachelor . In the deserted hotel bar, to the depressing soundtrack of the next-door ballroom, they meet two recent divorcees; upwardly-mobile Julie and cynical, defiant Liz.

Malcolm is determined to break down Liz’s defences while trying to pair off Clive with Julie. But the women have a few tricks of their own, and Malcolm soon finds that life, like the evening, is full of surprises.

October 30, 2013 at 12:06 pm Leave a comment

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