29th Apr 2011
- 14th May 2011
\"Smile Orange\" is pungent and witty. It is about Ringo, a picaresque hero who works at a tourist hotel, cons the tourists, sleeps with their wives and daughters, doctors the crabs for the crab races that are part of the hotel\\\\\\\'s slam-bang entertainment and imparts tactics and a kind of gallows philosophy to a younger colleague.\"If you\'re a black man and won\'t play a part you\'re going to starve to death\" he counsels his busboy d...
18th Nov 2010
- 20th Nov 2010
The Lamu Cultural Festival celebrates the history and culture of this unique 10th century Swahili town, which has retained much of its original architecture, religion and traditions despites threat by population explosion and steady stream of various cultures.Lamu Old Town is a unique and rare historical living heritage with more than 700 years of continuous settlement. In 2001, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Since then the Lamu...
17th Sep 2010
- 2nd Oct 2010
An original Kenyan play by Award-winning playwright Dr. JPR Ochieng-Odero. Directed by George Mungai.The play opens with a typical evening in a pub in the outskirts of Nairobi on a rainy night.In complete oblivion, the patrons regard themselves as ‘safe’, asking the barman to shut the doors in case of a police raid, seeing as it is well past midnight.The banter continues unabated, the drinks warming them. However, the warm atmosphere is shattered...
24th Sep 2010
- 28th Sep 2010
The 11th Nairobi International Book Fair will be held from 24th September to 28th September 2008 at the Sarit Centre in Westlands,N airobi, Kenya. The Book Fair is organized by Kenya Publishers Association....
26th Sep 2010
Featuring, for the first time ever in Kenya, the world famous Soweto
String Quartet. They will be performing with our very own Kenyan greats
such as Eric Wainaina, Rhoda Ondeng, The Festival Orchestra, The Kenya
Conservatoire, Nairobi Orchestra, Safaricom Choir, Nairobi Chamber Chorus, Strathmore Chorale, Africa Nazarene Choir, Elizabeth Njoroge, Grace Nangabo, Sylvester Makobi, Atigala Luvai, Bill Rowe, Amy Poole, Diptoo Chakarabati, winne...