It is best for us to tell our stories to the world.
Hey! Hey! Hey!
Let’s talk films, to be precise, Kenyan films. There is something interesting about telling our stories from our own point of view. Now comes in Tony Tini Tone Productions, a Kenyan production company that’s dedicated to just that, telling our stories, our way and in their own words, “Two childhood friends decided to come together to tell stories of living, learning and loving in Africa. Our motto is Our stories! Our Way!”
One of those stage plays is “The Money That Made Him Poor” a story of WB, a young man who is forced into Nairobi – the land of corruption and seedy deals – after the death of his father. Will this world take him under or will he be able to make it in Nairobi without losing his soul? Money, Power, Her! Can he handle it.
Yeeeeeeeeeees, now that just got me excited. 😀 😀 😀
My heart was immediately captured by the story, because this is the case for so many people who move to the city to make a better life for themselves and end up facing so many difficulties. “Will I make it?” “Should I give up and go back?” “What is life?”
Now the only questions I have is, will WB make it? What happens? I cannot wait to watch it and have all my questions answered.
The stage play will be at the Louis Leakey Auditorium at Nairobi National Museum from 27th September to 30th September 2018. With three shows every day at; 3pm, 6pm & 8:30pm. And more exciting news;
- The 8:30pm shows, will be hosted by Pascal Tokodi.
- The 8:30pm shows for Saturday & Sunday with have acoustic performances from Mayonde.
- The cast include Sean Andrew, Anne Mwaura and Noah Kovolo.
I am so ready for the stage play, I kinda, sorta have my outfit all planned out 🙂 🙂 🙂
Now for the really juicy part. I have partnered with TTT productions to give one of you awesome babes, one of three backstage passes, where you’ll come backstage to meet and hangout with the cast before the show. Take pictures, chat, get to know them and their characters, all that jazz.
All you have to do is buy an early bird ticket (click here) and then your name will go into a raffle draw, where one of you will be picked and I will announce the winner on my instagram page (@justnimu) on Monday. As simple as that, all the best ♥
The tickest are very affordable, from Kes. 750 – Kes. 1,200, depending on what package you want.
Watch the trailer and let me know what you think.
And the count down to show time begins 🙂 🙂 🙂
Can’t wait for y’all to watch the full stage play as well, see you then.