Last week Sunday, thearte lovers got a lovely treat as a Gujarati play Perfect Husband with a twist premiered at the Oshwal Auditorium.
The hilarious play revolved around idiosyncrasies that partners seek in each other, while in search of the perfect one. It also focused on the married daughter and her mother's ongoing concern of her well-being especially financially. The witty dialogues and interesting plot of purchasing a tailor made husband from a store and the realization that nobody is perfect kept the audience enthralled.
UDF leaders meet the Hindu Council of Kenya
Following in the footsteps of the Jubilee coalition, leaders of the Amani coalition visited the Hindu Council of Kenya at the Lohana Mahajan Mandal last week on Tuesday.
The Amani team was led by their UDF presidential candidate Musalia Mudavadi, his running mate Jeremiah Kioni, Westlands MP aspirant Babloo Walji and Justice Minister Eugene Wamalwa. The members of the council were interested in the newly discovered oil and the UDF use of such resources, education reform and job creation.
Zuku Cricket Wars coming to town
The much anticipated Zuku Cricket Wars is on this weekend from at the Nairobi Gymkhana. The organisers Dream Factory are looking forward to get not only cricket fans but also fans of Indian Television Stars and the famous Maasai Warriors Cricket team.
The tournament consists of eight teams, owned by corporates and each team is made up of one celebrity, a Maasai warrior and international cricketers'. The entertainment will be provided by Nameless and Wasanii Dance group. Expect loads of surprises.
Hari-Sukhmani to rock Nairobi
It is going to be an unusual combination of folk and electronic music with MTV Coke Audio India's duo of Hari-Sukhmani on Saturday at the Venom Lounge. This upcoming sufi-punjabi music evening has being organised by Just Like That company. Hari-Sukhmani is made up of Sukhmani Malik who is a trained Hindi Classical singer and Hari Singh who is an audio engineer. The duo makes beautiful music that has seen them travel from New Delhi to New York to perform.