Too Early For Birds: A Journey Through Kenyan History [Maureen Wakarindi]

Too Early for Birds will be making a special appearance at the Storymoja Festival 2017 on Thursday, 28 September. The show will be at the Louis Leakey Auditorium at the Kenya National Museum and will start at 7pm. Tickets for the show are 1000 advance and 1500 at the gate,which you can get at M-Pesa Buy Goods Till Number 734196. The tickets are going really fast so get yours while stocks last! You can also send an email to or call 0706 299 032 for more information.

The Theatre Company Presents… [at the Storymoja Festival 2017]

The Theatre Company Presents 4 premium performances at the Storymoja Festival. You can purchase tickets to all premium events by contacting Silvia Cassini on 0723 433747. Wed 27th Sept: 7.00 – 8.00pm Charles Dickens – The Master Storyteller performed by Kevin Hanssen Kevin Hanssen transforms three vivid stories into a theatrical delight, a French aristocracy, a [read more…]

Courage Exhibition by Boniface Mwangi

Wednesday 27th to Sunday 1st October 2017 Storymoja Festival | Courtyard | Nairobi National Museum This exhibition highlights stories of courageous individuals who paid a heavy price for Kenya to be where it is today. This is an exhibition about sacrifice and service beyond self. It is a commemoration of the power of ideas, and [read more…]

Masterclass: Photography with Goethe Institut

Photography Master Class 2017 Public Event: Storytelling through Photography Time: 15:00 -16:30 Venue: Goethe-Institut Nairobi Cost: Free The Goethe-Institut Johannesburg with Simon Njami – writer and independent curator, initiated the prestigious Photographers’ Master Class in 2008, as a forum for African photographers to meet with museum directors and independent curators to critically engage with their [read more…]

The Un[Spoken] – Sooo Many Stories

Saturday 30th September 10.30am – 12.30pm Un[Spoken] – A performance by Philippa Namutebi Kabali-Kagwa and Peter Kagayi Based on their books Flame and Song and The Headline That Morning, the show is a conversation about Uganda between two poets of different generations. The show explores how events in the past continue to affect today’s generation, how [read more…]

Follow us on Twitter

Follow us on Facebook

Stay Updated