What's on this weekend?

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s always something going on in Kigali. Check out our guide for things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s always something going on in Kigali. Check out our guide for things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Iwacu Nyumbani art exhibition

Inganzo Art Center will host an international exhibition featuring 24 artists. It begins today and ends on December 9. Dubbed Iwacu Nyumbani, the eight -day art exhibition will run from 3pm to 9pm, daily. It will feature 10 young talented visual artists from Rwanda, and 14 artists from Tanzania, under the theme ‘My art for you.’ Local artists expected to participate in the event include, Crista Uwase, Paul Mugisha, Epa Binamungu, Kevin Ntwali and Jean Marie Vianney Munezero.

Gushima concert

Nkuru Nziza Choir will stage a concert tomorrow. Dubbed Gushima concert, the thanksgiving show will feature several choirs including Abakurikiye Yesu Choir, Agape Singers from DR Congo, and Abahamya ba Yesu Choir. It will be happening at Bibare SDA Church in Kimironko, Kigali.

International Dance Festival

The sixth edition of Kigali international dance festival, dubbed the East African Nights of Tolerance (EANT), is taking place at Maison des Jeunes in Kimisagara and will run until Sunday, December 3 at One Love in Kimihurura, Gasabo District. This year’s event will showcase exciting performances and original compositions, mostly by women, from around the continent, U.S.A and Europe. There will be 14 performances from France, Togo, Kenya, U.S.A, Cameroon, Uganda, Belgium, DR Congo, Tanzania, and host Rwanda.

The HappyNes ‘s pre-Christmas night

After two successful editions, The HappyNes Intercultural Night series brings the Pre-Christmas celebration. Come and have fun with your family, friends and loved ones at the Mamba Club on Sunday December 3, from 2-9PM.

Highlights of the night include Kinga Blues Christmas concert, kids’ face-painting, learning Christmas songs, theatre, poetry, Christmas gifts, lottery game and delicious cocktails and food.

Compiled by Sharon Kantengwa

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