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KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE
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Is the premier best known Space and Platform at The Kenya Cultural Centre. Built in late 1940s and opened in March 1951, KNT aka \"The Shrine\" as it is fondly known, is the largest proscenium theatre space in Kenya. KNT boasts multiple spaces for diverse creative processes and performance presentations covering Drama, Live Musical Concerts, Physical Theatre, Images Projection, Dance and Movement. \"The Shrine\" has just benefited from a Ksh. 140 million (US$ 14million) refurbishment through joint collaborative public and private partnership between Kenya Breweries Limited and the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts (MoSCA). In-built excellent facilities comprise a 345-seater modern auditorium (Stalls 278; Balcony 67 seats), a 9 by 10 meters proscenium performance Stage, 4 fully equipped performers\' backstage Changing Rooms with a Wardrobe Room, a Modern Kitted Dance Studio, 3 Rehearsal Spaces, 2 Seminar/Discussion Rooms, Double Freshen-Up Shower Rooms and 2 Kitchenettes. A redesigned Bar and Restaurant facilities inclusive of 2 Extended Side Balconies covers the first floor landing next to the upstairs VIP auditorium sitting enclave. \"The Shrine\" is further fitted with modern Lighting and Sound equipment capable of meeting creative expectations of diverse technical design imperatives for various genres of live Stage presentations. A direct main supply line grid Electric Power Transformer; a 400KVA Automatic Standby Power Generator; a 49, 000 litres Water Tank and a detached Public Washroom Block have all been fitted to provide the theatre with reliable support amenities.
UKUMBI MDOGO
KES50000
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Formerly known as \"Concert Hall\", this space functions as the Centre\'s Laboratory site for performative creations. Experimental works in Drama, Dance Choreography, Stylized Movement, Music and Puppetry are often tried and concretized here. Workshops on Creative Skills Enhancement as well Discourses on the Arts, Culture and Society are also held in this space. Due to its flexibility, Ukumbi Mdogo is also often transformed into a miniature auditorium with sitting capacity of 150 patrons spread both on its ground floor area and cosy upstairs balcony. It is fitted with a raised stage, open wooden floor parkee, 2 backstage performers\' Dressing Rooms fitted with supportive washrooms. Moveable lighting and sound fixtures are rigged into the space for ease of adaptation to creative processes.
CHECHE GALLERY
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Christened \\”Sparks\\”, Cheche Gallery provides a platform space for the Visual Arts.

This is run collaboratively between the Centres and Independent Curators with the aim of presenting conversations with varied strands on the convergence of Kenya\\’s Contemporary art practice and the state of various social concerns. The Centre invites Independent Curators and Artists to create curatorial concepts that may lead to group or solo exhibitions and time-bound installations. The gallery is also a zone for international artistic exchanges on various areas of shared interest.

KONA WASANII
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This is the Artistes\\’ open air Creative Space nestled on the corner of the Cultural Centre\\’s building and the neighbouring University of Nairobi.

It provides ample space used for music practice, training, jam sessions and drama rehearsals. Kona Wasanii has steadily grown into a well known space for weekly offer of open microphone and instrumental music amateur stage. Various artistes try their works here in a free flowing atmosphere as precursors to studio recordings, live performances and professional gigs

KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE
KES100000
KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE Image
Is the premier best known Space and Platform at The Kenya Cultural Centre. Built in late 1940s and opened in March 1951, KNT aka \"The Shrine\" as it is fondly known, is the largest proscenium theatre space in Kenya. KNT boasts multiple spaces for diverse creative processes and performance presentations covering Drama, Live Musical Concerts, Physical Theatre, Images Projection, Dance and Movement. \"The Shrine\" has just benefited from a Ksh. 140 million (US$ 14million) refurbishment through joint collaborative public and private partnership between Kenya Breweries Limited and the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts (MoSCA). In-built excellent facilities comprise a 345-seater modern auditorium (Stalls 278; Balcony 67 seats), a 9 by 10 meters proscenium performance Stage, 4 fully equipped performers\' backstage Changing Rooms with a Wardrobe Room, a Modern Kitted Dance Studio, 3 Rehearsal Spaces, 2 Seminar/Discussion Rooms, Double Freshen-Up Shower Rooms and 2 Kitchenettes. A redesigned Bar and Restaurant facilities inclusive of 2 Extended Side Balconies covers the first floor landing next to the upstairs VIP auditorium sitting enclave. \"The Shrine\" is further fitted with modern Lighting and Sound equipment capable of meeting creative expectations of diverse technical design imperatives for various genres of live Stage presentations. A direct main supply line grid Electric Power Transformer; a 400KVA Automatic Standby Power Generator; a 49, 000 litres Water Tank and a detached Public Washroom Block have all been fitted to provide the theatre with reliable support amenities.
UKUMBI MDOGO
KES50000
UKUMBI MDOGO Image
Formerly known as \"Concert Hall\", this space functions as the Centre\'s Laboratory site for performative creations. Experimental works in Drama, Dance Choreography, Stylized Movement, Music and Puppetry are often tried and concretized here. Workshops on Creative Skills Enhancement as well Discourses on the Arts, Culture and Society are also held in this space. Due to its flexibility, Ukumbi Mdogo is also often transformed into a miniature auditorium with sitting capacity of 150 patrons spread both on its ground floor area and cosy upstairs balcony. It is fitted with a raised stage, open wooden floor parkee, 2 backstage performers\' Dressing Rooms fitted with supportive washrooms. Moveable lighting and sound fixtures are rigged into the space for ease of adaptation to creative processes.
KCC All Platforms
KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE Image
KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE
Is the premier best known Space and Platform at The Kenya Cultural Centre. Built in late 1940s and opened in March 1951, KNT aka \"The Shrine\" as it is fondly known, is the largest proscenium theatre space in Kenya. KNT boasts multiple s... Read More
KES100000
UKUMBI MDOGO Image
UKUMBI MDOGO
Formerly known as \"Concert Hall\", this space functions as the Centre\'s Laboratory site for performative creations. Experimental works in Drama, Dance Choreography, Stylized Movement, Music and Puppetry are often tried and concretized her... Read More
KES50000
CHECHE GALLERY Image
CHECHE GALLERY
Christened \\”Sparks\\”, Cheche Gallery provides a platform space for the Visual Arts. This is run collaboratively between the Centres and Independent Curators with the aim of presenting conversations with varied strands on th... Read More
KONA WASANII Image
KONA WASANII
This is the Artistes\\’ open air Creative Space nestled on the corner of the Cultural Centre\\’s building and the neighbouring University of Nairobi. It provides ample space used for music practice, training, jam sessions and ... Read More
KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE Image
KENYA NATIONAL THEATRE
Is the premier best known Space and Platform at The Kenya Cultural Centre. Built in late 1940s and opened in March 1951, KNT aka \"The Shrine\" as it is fondly known, is the largest proscenium theatre space in Kenya. KNT boasts multiple s... Read More
KES100000
UKUMBI MDOGO Image
UKUMBI MDOGO
Formerly known as \"Concert Hall\", this space functions as the Centre\'s Laboratory site for performative creations. Experimental works in Drama, Dance Choreography, Stylized Movement, Music and Puppetry are often tried and concretized her... Read More
KES50000

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