• RWANDA STAND UP! #IkazeNight Is Back!!

    On the 11th of July at the Kigali Exhibition Conference Village, Africa’s largest performing arts festival will be opened with a special night of music, dance and various forms of performing arts by artistes from all over the continent and beyond. This year, Uganda’s Queen of Afro Soul; Lilian Mbabazi will headline the show and will be supported by Alexander Star from the United States, ‘Under The Surface’ from the Netherlands, Unidance from Rwanda, The Street Dancers Company from DRC and my personal favorites; The Rwanda National Ballet. If you are in the east africa region this July, this is one event you do not want to miss. Ubumuntu Arts Festival…

  • Ubumuntu Arts Festival Returns, Binding Art to Resilience

    The Ubumuntu Arts Festival is back for the fourth edition with incredible performances from around the world. This year, Africa’s largest performing arts gathering for humanity will share the power of art in building personal and community resilience. Attendees will be taken on a journey to explore the notion of resilience and the paths that lead there. The three-day festival takes place from 13-15 July 2018 at the Kigali Genocide Memorial amphitheatre in Rwanda and entry is free for all.

  • #Travelogue – The Land Of A Thousand Hills

    RWANDA.  she is like a shy well groomed beautiful girl that slowly opens up her face and reveals her charms to the visitor patient enough to discover her charms. What draws your attention as a first time visitor (especially if you are coming from a boisterous and rambunctious city like Lagos is the serene and almost sleepy nature of Rwanda’s capital city of Kigali. Located in the center of the country, Kigali is picturesque with numerous hills, ridges and valleys, and its incredible greenery.

  • All You Need To Know About Ubumuntu Arts Festival 2017

    Theater and performance groups from across the globe have started arriving in Rwanda for the third edition of the Ubumuntu Arts Festival. Founded in 2015, the festival takes place from July 14-16 at the Amphitheater of the Kigali Genocide Memorial. The festival is a series of free workshops, stage performances and exhibitions that seek to raise awareness of stories of humanity through art, drama, music and dance. The theme for this year is: Art Meets Technology; Bringing Stories of Home to Life. It is organised by the Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company, a leading local theater troupe.