Kenya: Drama Festival Expected To Start With Fireworks

The 59th release of the Kenya National Drama and Film Festival begins on Tuesday in Nairobi.

Three schools – Lenana, State House Girls and Moi Girls – will have the occasion that every year display artistic talent that exists in schools, schools and colleges.

A total of 10,000 participants are expected to stage plays, cultural dances, modern dances, solo verses, choral verses and film productions.

As is the tradition, the winners will perform for the president at State House in Nairobi on April 13.

Some of the themes that emerged at the regional drama festivals include the plight of people living with albinism, talent-based education, reforms in the education sector, national cohesion , road safety, corruption, politics, bullying and dating in schools.

Expected to be staged today at Lenana School are a cultural dance by Kenya High, a modern dance (Ribe Boys), narrative (Laiser Hill Academy) and a play by Menengai High School, among others performances.

In the films category for secondary schools, Day One will feature Redemption by Kipaangui Girls, a documentary by Tumutumu Girls, Kericho High School’s feature film La Mascaranda and an advert produced by Solian Girls High school.

Among films to be screened in the primary schools segment are Being Me by Kitale School, an advert from St Michael’s Primary School, Logos Christian School’s documentary Take a Moment and Sirori Simba Primary School’s feature film titled Nyakwiria

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