Happening this weekend

Thinking of how to start your weekend this Friday, relax because your leisure page has already discovered the happening places.
Fayçal Ngeruka on the mic.
Fayçal Ngeruka on the mic.

Thinking of how to start your weekend this Friday, relax because your leisure page has already discovered the happening places.

If you’re a luxury tourist in the country, or a high rolling fan of Rwanda’s traditional dance and music, head to any place of your choice. Rest assured you will not to be bored.

Orange Courts Hotel, in Kiyovu will host Faycal (East African Idol contestant) Mico, Eric and Alice, from 7:00 p.m until 10:30 p.m to put you in the weekend mood.
Nyama Choma, other foods and drinks will be served at affordable prices.

Crystal View, this Cocktail Lounge Restaurant, in Top Tower Hotel, welcomes you with an array of food, drinks and entertainment to suit the different moods of the day.

Friday: Cultural show. The theme starts from 8:30 p.m until late.

Saturday: Starting time is 5:00 p.m till 10:00 p.m.

Sunday: Wings or Jazz and Live band from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m

This Friday, Lalibera Ethiopian Restaurant, will be serving a special Ethiopian buffet at Rfw6000. Also, if you’re a coffee fan, there will be a chance to taste the Ethiopian coffee.

Cine Star Cinema:

Cine Star Cinema, in Nyamirambo, is showing latest movies this weekend, and the entrance fee is Rfw1500.

Friday:
7:00 p.m: 16 Blocks (French)
Bruce Willis plays a broken down cop, who’s ready for either rehab or retirement – or both – in “16 Blocks,’ the latest police drama from Richard Donner, the director of the “Lethal Weapon” film series.

Although the movie practically screams ‘been there done that,’ there are enough little twists to keep you amused and mostly entertained.

9:00 p.m: Hotel California (English)
Hotel California is a thriller movie about a man named Troy who on crime boss Dmitri Debartolla.

He was forced to leave Los Angeles and lay low in Miami. After two years, and the loss of his leg in a shootout with a Cuban crime syndicate, Troy returns to LA to reclaim what is rightfully his.

A reunion with his former partners in a rundown hotel sets the stage for an explosive encounter where past and present collides.

Saturday: 7:00 p.m: Domino (French).
The already larger-than-life story of Domino Harvey, a former Ford model turned bounty hunter, takes on mythological proportions in Tony Scott’s (true romance, man on fire) fast-paced thriller.

9:00 p.m: 12 Rounds (English)
12 Rounds director Renny Harlin helmed the second Die Hard movie, but this film is really a carbon copy of that franchise’s third entry — 1995’s ‘Die Hard With’ a Vengeance — in which Bruce Willis’ cop raced around New York attempting to complete an array of tests set up by vengeance-seeking villain Jeremy Irons.

Here the cop is real-life wrestler John Cena, who must race around New Orleans attempting to complete an array of tests set up by a vengeance-seeking villain played by Aidan Gillen (The Wire). 

Sunday:
7:00 p.m: Masque de la Reigne, by Margan Freeman (French)

9:00 p.m: Pride and Glory, Edward Norton and Collin Farrell (English)

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