The annual Kampala International Theatre Festival has returned this time with a more interesting programme to watch out for.
The event that starts on Wednesday will involve countries like Uganda, Kenya, Senegal, Kosovo, Iraq and Belgium and expect programmes in French and English.
‘Moi, Monsieur Moi’ translated as me sir me, is the first Senegal a story of girls in Africa that are mistreated and abused by their parents, guardians, teachers, and bosses is the production to be played on Wednesday at 20hrs and it’s 55 minutes after which, there will be a meet the artist conversation involving Patricia Gomis.
Thursday will have ‘We won’t forget, Grave Robber services and meeting the artist.
Then on Friday, an Iraq/Belgium production Body Revolution will take center stage followed by Marriage Chronicles, Room of lost names and just like the previous days, meeting the artist will climax the day.
Saturday will have six productions that include Focus on Theatre (Wazo discussion), we won’t forget, the betrothal, waiting for train and Room of lost Names while Sunday will be the closing ceremony with productions like Critiquing Theater by Journalists, Grave Robber services, Body Revolution, the Betrothal and finally waiting for train.
Entry fee is just 50,000/- and for that amount, you can access all the productions in the five days but for a single production, you have to pay 20,000/-.