Easter this year comes early as School of Performing Arts Theatre (SPArT) brings you a theatre show this Thursday in Kilimo Hall as from 7pm.
After keeping our audience on toes swaying them from suspense to suspense, thrill to thrill with the award winning play Mr. Chancellor last semester, this time we come back charged, revamped and rejuvenated.
We’ll be giving you nothing but the best. We have done it before and this time is not an exception.
What to expect.
There’s a lot in store :
The mercurial Hood dancers will be live on stage, we can’t promise you anything because we all know what they do.
We will also be launching a new dance crew called “The Toxic Dancers”. They are the new talk in town, and we know what that means; new faces, new moves, mind-blowing choreography the list is endless.
The best theater crew will also be giving our airtime and cash on the #SpartHotSeat where part of the audience will be asked question and given money on each question answered correctly
It is also a chance to mingle with Nakuru’s best radio presenters.Caleb Koyo and Emily Mbai who hosts Vegas tempo each and very Saturday on Egerton Radio, they will be in the building to push their brand through the newly crowned Mr and Miss Agriculture 2016. It’s also that time to meet up with the Magazine Reel crew and share your experiences on news delivery .
Comedian Brayo, you always see him in the streets of Egerton University, with his rare swag, a touch of blue. Why is he not in Churchill? Maybe he has bigger dreams just thinking. Nevertheless, he will be live on stage.
Super models, no one has ever had enough of modelling, Mr and Miss Agriculture just ended, we’ll be having more models ahead of the much awaited Mr and Miss Egerton University.
Dj Fiasco and Dj Kingpin will be on the mix as Mc Vic and Mc Kodding on the mic.
The main item a play is rated PG, this is the first time Egerton witnesses a rare piece of entertainment. It’s definitely a must watch. You miss it you read it in papers.
That’s just a snippet of what to expect. But what is separating you from this much hyped event? You’ll be shocked. It’s just a meager sh. 50, in fact it is a free show. SPArT is giving back to the society after a successful academic year.