ACT: New Nordic Voices ( is thrilled to bring you a cross-cultural exchange “FOR COLORED GIRLS: Who Have Considered Suicide / When The Rainbow is Enuf “. It is more than a play. It speaks inconvenient truths by giving a voice to victims who have experienced SGBV and FGM.

“This production, taking place in the cities of Mombasa, Kisumu and Nairobi, brings well-known Kenyan and Danish actresses in a joint performance as part of the annual “16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE” campaign.”

Nini Wacera, Mbeki Mwalimu, Melissa Kiplagat, Tana Gachoka, Nungo Marrianne Akinyi, Rebecca Langley, Wanjiku-Victoria Seest

Sheryl J Williams

Aïcha Elina Haïdara & Elisha Ngoma
NAIROBI – Signature Auditorium (@signature_auditorium):
Friday, Nov. 24 – Premiere
Saturday, Nov. 25
7:00 PM

Sunday, Nov. 26
5:00 PM

KISUMU – Mama Grace Onyango Social Centre:
Sunday, Dec. 3, 3:00 PM

MOMBASA – Little Theatre Club (@littletheatreclubofficial):
Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9
6:00 PM
KSh. 2,000 – Premiere/Advance (Nairobi)
KSh. 1,000 – Early Bird (Nairobi)
KSh. 500 – Kisumu & Mombasa shows
Available on Mad Fun (@wearemadfun)

+254 714 704 356
ACT: New Nordic Voices (
The Royal Danish Embassy in Kenya (@denmarkinkenya)
European Union in Kenya (@euinkenya)
Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces (@danishroyalpalaces)

November 24 @ 19:00
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm (2h)

Nairobi, Nairobi Events, Westlands

Marrianne Nungo, Mbeki Mwalimu, Melissa Kiplagat, Nini Wacera, Rebecca Langley, Tana Gachoka, Wanjiku-Victoria Seest