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We operate within KICOSHEP Administrative Building, Adjacent to Wilson Airport off Lang’ata Road, Nairobi City, Kenya.
Our Storytelling performance presentations are versatile and adjustable to virtually any quiet intimate spaces. These include Educational Grounds, Libraries, Cafés, Community Centers,
Classrooms, Halls, Auditoria, Camp Sites, Boardrooms and Tree
Shelters.
All our engagements are facilitated through formal contacts via our email contact info@zamaleoact.org and Telephone:
0790287232, 0721764622 and 0722739894.
Available openings are either through signing for our Trainings and Mentorship Program or a negotiated collaborative partnership agreement. We also frequently work together with
other Artistes, Storytellers and Creatives on assignment invitation basis.
Our charges vary and are dependent on nature of performance presentation. Prospective clients are strongly encouraged to first generate formal contact query for detailed discussion and
agreement thereof.
Fees chargeable are segregated across categories specific to: Beginners, Experienced and Advance Master Classes. Each is built on designated minimum sessions required against pre-
identified desired skills spectrum.
Sigana Storytelling is an approach to the art of storytelling built around a medley of African elements of active, open interactive
participatory style that situate story as a joint space of shared experiences unfolding in real time. Developed by a core team of Kenyan storytellers from early 1990s, Sigana Storytelling has
developed into a preferred popular performance style among many contemporary Kenyan Storytellers.
We process our payment transactions through our Bank both virtually and by material credit cheques.
An array of tales comprising Eastern Africa folkloric Myths of origin, Legends, Human Adventures, Animal stories – all infused with banter, riddling, chants, music, song and movement.
Yes subject to prior arrangement appointment call for diary scheduling.
The festival is held mid-year June/July with specific dates and venues announced for every biennale edition.
Every edition of SIS Festival is always preceded by a not less than 6 months widely publicized Call Release for interested professional Storytellers outside Kenya. Application submissions
by those interested in participating are thereafter processed by a Technical Committee that informs and invites those selected.