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Theatre: Too Early For Birds, Nov. 9 & 10 2019 @ Visa Oshwal Community Center

Due to massive public demand, Too Early For Birds is bringing the 5th edition back on stage, directed by Mugambi Nthiga. This edition tells stories from the life and death of TOM MBOYA. There will be two shows on 9th November 2019 and two shows on 10th November 2019 at Visa Oshwal Community Center, Nairobi, Kenya.

Show schedule
9th and 10th November 2019: 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM (each day)
Tickets are available here:

Too Early For Birds is a series of theatrical storytelling productions retelling stories from Kenyan history in a fresh, funky style and from the lens of today’s young generation. Since 2017, they have narrated stories about Wangari Maathai, The Nyayo House Survivors, Zarina Patel, Timothy Njoya, Field Marshal Muthoni Wa Kirima, Otenyo Nyamatere, Syokimau, William McMillan, the resistance at Lumboka and Chetambe forts, Wanugu, Wacucu and Rasta, amongst many others.

The production grew from a collaboration between Owaahh (from the award-winning history blog: and two performing artists: Ngartia and Abu Sense. Executive Produced by Story Zetu, it has proceeded to sell out 14 of 20 stagings and redefined how stage performances are packaged, marketed, and consumed.

November 1, 2019 at 11:08 am Leave a comment

Theatre/Performance: Too Early for Birds – The Brazen Edition, Jul. 27-29 2018 @ Kenya National Theatre

Dates: July 27-29, 2018
Venue: Kenya National Theatre
Tickets: KES 1500 at the Gate and KES 1000 Advance

July 20, 2018 at 3:42 pm Leave a comment

Series on Kenyan Stories: Too Early For Birds, May 17 2017 @ The Kenya National Theatre

The first volume of ‘Too Early For Birds’;

Date: May 17, 2017
Venue: The Kenya National Theatre
Time: 6 pm – doors open and show starts at 7 pm
Tickets: Advance kes 1,000/- and at the Gate kes 1,500/-

Inspired by stories from

May 10, 2017 at 3:00 pm Leave a comment

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