It’s going to be a fun-filled and exciting weekend, with everything from movies, to music.
Live bands will be playing too. Tonight, get serenaded by Francois Mihigo’s band at Kigali Serena hotel at the pool-side.
Sound of Hills, a band of seven that does renditions of Jazz, Blues, RnB and Soul plays at Mille Colline on Saturday and Sunday from 7pm until 9pm.
Khana Khazana in Kiyovu serves great Indian food with excellent choice of drinks. Republica in Kimihurura has a beautiful view and great food, Zen in Nyarutarama for excellent Chinese and oriental food, Sol e Luna in Remera for delicious pizza.
You can also visit Bourbon Coffee for quality coffee but if you want a more quite place with decent buffet food head to Chez Robert in Kiyovu or Camellia Tea House in town for breakfast or lunch.
It’s a friday and you have no excuse to go home early! Grill & BBQ and Rosty in Remera cordially invite you tonight to their karaoke nights. Admission is free for all. Your host at Grill & BBQ in Kacyiru is Caroline Nderit while Jane Uwimana (pictured) will be at Rosty in Remera.
Cinemagoers this weekend have a choice from the latest premiers showing at Century Cinema at Kigali City Tower, (KCT). The movies on the lineup are “Runner, Runner”, starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake and “Baggage Claim”, a 2013 romantic comedy.
If you’re a Bollywood fan, don’t miss “Besharam”, a 2013 Bollywood romantic action comedy by Abhinav Kashyap.
The movies start showing at 5:45 pm.
Do you love to dance and are you looking for a fun and fabulous way to lose weight? We have you sorted. This weekend we recommend K-Club in Nyarutarama, KBC or the Kigali Business Centre in Kacyiru and Club Next in Muhima.
This weekend, Inema art centre seeks to bring out the inner creativity in you. Tomorrow, October 12, the centre will host its first art jam which will also be the opening of an art exhibition.
You can express your creativity on one of many canvases that will be set up at centre’s ground and produce live paintings.
There will also be art exhibitions of paintings and sculptures on display by the centre’s artists.
Guests can also look forward to be entertained by the centre’s dance troupe that radiates Rwandan traditional performances. Food and drinks will be from Meze Fresh, a popular exotic café.