Two hours of tales and music that will introduce guests to the history and folklore of diverse Kenyan communities through sessions of interactive musical storytelling. Two hours or thereabouts, but do not be afraid that it is too short - stories stretch time, did you know?
I hold a degree in Creative Arts Theatre/Film from Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya where I also minored in Literature. I've been twice shortlisted for the Commonwealth short story prize and been published in ‘Let’s Tell This Story Properly’ as well as in several online literary journals including Jalada Africa. My storytelling attempts to capture and develop upon the African imagination as revealed in local stories of myth and legend and to apply it to contemporary settings and stories as well as African futurescapes.
All drinks at the most affordable prices you'll find in Nairobbery!!
'Tok-Pacho Theatre' is our stage, it is one of Nairobi's secret performance spaces, a photo studio by day and a storytelling theatre by night. It is private, cosy, and comfortable. Come and discover it for yourself. You are expected :-)
An open mind of course, and lots of curiosity!
A story is not a definite thing. It shifts shapes, changes colours. It can be short or endless - song or dance. Expectations are heavy, leave them behind. Bring an open mind. https://bit.ly/2RrAzeh
iMbaka: The Stories of Kenya