Every civilization exists on stories. On memories. Legends weave the fabric that shapes how people view themselves andtheir history. It defines their esteem and dignity. It is through stories that countries form perceptions of heroes and instances that defined their futures, failures and successes.
The team behind Too Early For Birds, which is includes some of the finest performance artists in the country – led by Abu Sense and Ngartia, has gone back into the timeline of Kenya seeking out moments that built who we are as a people. The result is stories of sweat, blood and sheer courage. Raging from resistance against the British colonialists to standing against cold-blooded dictators. Most of which were never taught in school.
They are stories that inspire awe, terror and admiration. They are inspired by and based on research done by Morris Kiruga of http://owaahh.com/. He is a researcher and writer dedicated to chronicling Kenyan history in a Kenyan perspective.
Join us at Kenya National Theatre as we raise the stories of our people to a legendary status.
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