Orange Courts introduces night themes

Looking for a special night theme that will make your outing fabulous? Here is a package that caught our eye: Orange Courts Bar, also known as Le Petit Prince hotel, on Friday introduced a new weekend package and promised to offer unique themes every Friday.
L-R:Fayçal;Dr Claude
L-R:Fayçal;Dr Claude

Looking for a special night theme that will make your outing fabulous? Here is a package that caught our eye: Orange Courts Bar, also known as Le Petit Prince hotel, on Friday introduced a new weekend package and promised to offer unique themes every Friday.

The hotel’s general manger, Emmanuel Iyarwema told The New Times at the launch that the turn-up was encouraging.

“It was like throwing a stone in the bush and see how the public would react and this calls for a major launch,” Iyarwema said.

Iyarwema added that there will be different themes every Friday. And we intend to make every body feel at home.

There shall be Nights dedicated to Rwandans, Kenyans, Ugandans, Tanzanians, Burundians and other cultures from the west,” he said.

The cool candle lit Friday evening was marked by a live band with Faycal Ngeruka taking the lead.

Ngeruka, a first round qualifier who did not make it to the final 15 in the ongoing Tusker Project fame competitions thrilled the crowd with his mellowing vocal cord.

Also in performance was Dr. Claude who made the already thrilled bar-goers dance to his famous hit “Igikara”

Iyarwema said that he hopes this initiative will bring about more east African interactions and bring about business opportunities among his clients.

“I target every race, and every age as there will also be night for Golden oldies for the older generations to go back into time,” Iyarwema added.

Orange Courts Bar and restaurant is located near the Urugwiro Village, in Kacyiru.

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