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Lola Kenya Childrens Screen.

7-12 August 2006. Lola Kenya Childrens Screen is a new annual film festival, market and production workshop for children and young adults. In this first edition emphasis will be placed on independent...
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Paintings by Sebastian Kiarie.

13 June-8 July 2006. Recent work by Sebastian Kiarie is on display at the Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art (RaMoMA). An agronomist by training, Kiarie has always shown an interest in subjects from ever...
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Ecofest 2006.

4 June 2006. This years edition of Ecofest marking World Environment Day (5 June) is taking place in the Nairobi Arboretum. The programme, which has the theme Discovering home, includes Kenyas first e...
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Local artists at La Rustique.

12 May-8 June 2006. Work by Kenyan artists A. Uman, T. Ogonga and A. Githuka is on show in the exhibition space of Le Rustique restaurant in Westlands. The exhibition is supported by the Rahimtulla Mu...
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Flower show.

5-11 June 2006. The annual flower show organised by the Kenya Horticultural Society is at the Sarit Centre in Nairobi.
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Frankie & Johnny.

2-17 June 2006. The Phoenix Players present Frankie & Johnny, a romantic comedy starring Daniele Harford and Niq Njache directed by Lucille Ford. Johnny is a cook at an upscale Nairobi restaurant who...
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Eclipse.

29 April-27 May 2006. Exhibition of painting and sculpture by 22 established and emerging artists belonging to the Banana Hill Art Studio just outside Nairobi. Exhibits include Local pub by Kamuyu Mar...
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Kor, home of the wind.

3 May 2006. The French theatre group from Reunion Island returns to Nairobi with Kor, Home of the Wind, a sound, dance and drama performance inspired by the Indian Ocean. The cast comes from India, Sr...
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International football film package.

26 April-8 June 2006. Sort films, feature films and documentaries go on show at the Goethe Institut ahead of the start of the football world cup in Germany on 9 June. The programme includes One Countr...
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Moving the Maasai.

25 April 2006. British historian Dr Lotte Hughes presents a paper on the forced moves that cleared the Kenyan highlands for European settlers on the occasion of the publication of her book on the them...
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Free Your Spirit exhibition.

14-17 April 2006. Kenyan and African artists present their work in an exhibition and sale at The Sarova Stanley in central Nairobi. Free Your Spirit has been assembled by Africancolours.net, the leadi...
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Angelique Kidjo in concert.

26 April 2006. The acclaimed Beninese singer-songwriter makes her first appearance in Kenya at Carnivore restaurant. Born in Ouidah in 1960, Kidjo left Benin for Paris in 1982. There she performed as...
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Piano recital.

30 April 2006. Kiggundu Musoke gives a piano recital organised by the Nairobi Music Society in conjunction with the Italian Institute of Culture. 15.00.
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Homes and Gardens.

3-7 May 2006. This popular event presents quality furniture, home fittings and furnishings, kitchen and household appliances, crockery, utensils, carpets, rugs, fabrics, curtains, lighting and securit...
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Under the African Sun.

4-18 May 2006. Photographs by Italian photojournalist Francesco Broli are on show at the Italian Institute of Culture. Born in Como in 1966, Broli studied photography at the Riccardo Bauer Institute i...
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Planet Football.

25 April-30 June 2006. Exhibition of photographs organised by the Goethe-Institut in conjunction with Magnum Photos as part of the official 2006 FIFA World Cup arts and culture programme.
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Gentlemen in Concert.

1 April 2006. Nimrod Taabu, Philip Coulson, Ian Mbugua, Duncan Wambugu and Michael Oyier perform modern and classic songs in a charity concert presented by Sterling Quality Entertainment Company. 19.0...
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Africas happier side.

11 March-4 April 2006. Work by Sudanese artists Salah Ammar and Hassan Fadoul Abbakar is on show at the Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art (RaMoMa) gallery in Nairobi. Basing his work on nature, Khartoum...
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Over my dead body.

31 March-15 April 2006. The Phoenix Players present Over my dead body, a new comedy by British playwright Derek Benfield. Following his wifes recent death Gerald hopes to spend the rest of his days al...
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Morning Rain the poetry of Imani.

15 March 2006. Musician and poet Imani Woomera launches her debut album and book entitled Morning Rain: the Poetry of Imani in the auditorium of the Alliance Francaise in Nairobi. Born in Hawaii and r...
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