“Every civilization exists on stories. Legends weave the fabric that shapes how people view themselves, their history and it defines their esteem and dignity. It is through stories that countries form perceptions of heroes and instances that defined their futures, failures and successes… “
An introduction to what is a highly anticipated stage production of moments that defined Kenyas history.
The first ‘volume’ of the performance will take place in three weeks time at the Kenya National Theatre – and features artists such as Abu Sense and Ngartia.
— That Stories Guy (@Ngartia) April 18, 2017
They alongside those who have worked to put this together wants to evoke the passion, the heart and the soul behind the men, women and events that resulted in the Kenya that we know now.
We gripe about what we have, not truly understanding where we came from: the real stories behind the resistance struggle. Some of the faceless men and women who showed grit and fortitude in times of fear.
The inspiration behind Too Early For Birds will be familiar to many who read Owaahh.com – where History and Research come together and to create a product for a captivated following. Check it out yourself!
Doors open at 6.00 pm and the show starts at 7.00 pm.
Tickets to the May event are available already:
EarlyBird tickets are Ksh. 800 Advance tickets are Ksh.1000
If you choose to purchase at the Gate, you can pick one up for 1500
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