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What does it mean to be eclectic, soulful or even African? Lele Ngoma the band has put together a live music expression of contemporary urban life. They will give a taste of songs from their upcoming album, to be released later in the year.
Date | 3 April 2015
Time | 7-9pm
Venue| Michael Joseph Center, Safaricom House
Tickets | Advance: Kshs. 500, Gate: Kshs. 800
Tickets: MPESA Kevin – 0721759510
Lele Ngoma has featured in numerous festivals, fashion and corporate events over the last 4 years. They have also been part of the Arts in Medicine programme at the Mater Hospital.
Opening Act: Divas the Band
For more info visit this link
Venue: Michael Joseph’s Art Centre, Safaricom house.
Nairobi Chamber Chorus in Concert on this Labour Day, May 1 2014 @ Michael Joseph Centre – Safaricom House
Venue: Michael Joseph Centre, Safaricom House along Waiyaki Way
Date: May 1, 2014
Time: 3 pm – 5 pm
Charges: Kshs. 500 for adults, Kshs. 300 for students with ID
Written by Seth Busolo, Directed by May Wairimu, Produced by Daisy Busolo and Samuel Kyama, Stage manager Charity Nyambura
Borrowed Life Synopsis
Melissa feels trapped, being married to what she considers her ‘slow’ husband. She gets even angrier when her younger friend and neighbor buys property, while they are still being held back by her husband’s “poverty mentality.”
She eventually tries to “invest” behind her husband’s back; however when the politician from whom she buys prime land demands for more than she can give, Melissa finds herself thrown into a web of secrets, and nothing could have prepared her for the downward spiral her life gets into, as her unrelenting quest to move on up turns deadly.