1 December 2012

Kenya: Churchill Unveils 'Ndukatavye Mundu' Play

Comedian Churchill launched his latest play Ndukatavye Mundu - a Kamba phrase meaning 'don't tell anyone' - yesterday at the Kenya National Theatre in Nairobi.

The play highlights the social and ethical behavior of high ranking people in society. "It is a satirical play narrated in English thus easily understood by non-Kamba speakers. It is the first of the African Series lined up by Laugh Industry to celebrate our diversity, cultures and have a laugh while at it," Churchill said.

The play is directed by Victor Ber and will be staged today and tomorrow at the same venue at 3pm and 6pm respectively. Tickets are going for Sh1,000 regular and 1,500 for the balcony.

The tickets are available at KNT, any KAPS stations, kapstickets.com, One Way Sarit Centre, Yaya Centre, Village Market and Westgate.

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