STREAMS…Where Haven Art


I want to imagine a relaxed afternoon of art lovers who have come together to experience love. I want to imagine people dancing to calm rhythms and beautiful melodies from a live band.

I want to imagine deep and sleek poetry lines piercing through the hearts of souls, a decorated runway on which models grace their beauty and clothing. I want to imagine people making new friends, shaking hands, falling in love and strangers dancing together.

This is what STREAMS wants you to feel, for it is a haven of art inside the heavenly Rainforest Lounge. Kenyan Poets Lounge wants you to experience the tantalizing inspiration from the poetry, music, dance groups, sketch drawing and fashion. The natural ambiance at Rainforest is one to kill and die for together with the sumptuous menu. This event is open to people of all ages. Children should also be exposed to art at an early stage.

To get to Rainforest Lounge, enter a matatu that passes along Ngong Road. i.e, 4W, 2, 102, 2 and/or 111. Alight at Impala Club. The bus stage is called ‘Swedish’. You cross over to Makini School and head to upper primary. It is a straight road so it won’t be hard to find. The Lounge is on your way down to Makini School upper primary, first murram road that branches on your right and a black gate on your left after the branch. Directions shall be indicated. These are the numbers to call or text: Chris: 0722535035 | Rixpoet 0722790479 | Val: 0726519073, just in case you get lost.

We shall also be using this as a chance to meet everyone who wants to join Kenyan Poets Lounge as we forge ahead to ripen the Kenyan art scene especially in terms of poetry. Spread the message and see you there.


Entry: 500/- adults

Kids: 200/-

M-PESA to: 0722535035 or 0722790479

or pay at the gate.

There shall be something special for those who pay via M-PESA


TICKET (before cut)

Post Author: Rixpoet

0 thoughts on “STREAMS…Where Haven Art

  • Sheila Chanase

    (April 26, 2013 - 1:31 pm)

    Sounds like a fun place to be. Sadly I am in Ghana but I am sure to check it out as and when I ever visit Kenya!

    • Rixpoet

      (April 26, 2013 - 3:17 pm)

      Hey Sheila!

      Well, the truth is we are gonna miss you. But you shall still enjoy the flavour of the photos and videos that will come out of it. Thanks a lot for your support. 🙂

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