Too Early For Birds, a theatrical performance show inspired by, is back by popular demand. This is good news for those who missed the first session of and those who simply couldn’t get enough of the first show.

Too Early for Birds Review: A Creative and Bold Take on Kenya’s History

The talented duo consisting of Abu Sense and Ngartia have put together different stories which they will perform on Saturday, July 29th and Sunday, July 30th at the Kenya National Theatre. This second edition will feature new stories on Kenya’s history; stories which a lot of us never get to learn from or hear about because they’re excluded from our school syllabus. The stories are written based on research from Owaahh’s blog and directed by Wanjiku Mwavu and Brian Ogola.

Judging by the favourable reviews and a completely sold out show, the first edition proved to be a success so this one is a must attend.

More details

What: Too Early For Birds
When: Saturday & Sunday
Date: July 29th & 30th
Time: 6pm


  • Early Bird: Ksh. 800 (buy by June 30th).
  • Advance: Ksh. 1000 (buy by July 28th).
  • Gate: Ksh. 1500.
  • M-Pesa: 0706 299 032 to buy tickets.

Featured image courtesy of Canduh