HIGH TEA AT TAMARAI
It is the monthly edition of ‘High Tea’ (every first Saturday of the month) Tamarai Restaurant & Tea Bar. Come enjoy a wide selection of desserts, pastries, sandwiches, gourmet teas and a complimentary visit to our spa station. It starts at 3pm-6pm Saturday and fee is Shs40,000 per person.
The RRUU Hangout @ Papali on the roof (Bukoto opp Kadi)
Tonight, pass by Papali in Bukoto for the RRUU event where there will be plenty of games, good food, fashion and good music starting at 6pm to 10.30pm. Performances will be by Ruyonga, Josh SB, NAXA, Twonjex and Rodney among others. Entrance is free.
TNA Beach Bash Exploded @ Imperial Resort
Imperial Resort Beach is the place to be tomorrow for the TNA Beach Bash explosion. Don’t miss games such as volleyball, beach soccer, swimming and much more at only 30k, which includes transport, food and entrance. Dress code is casual and don’t forget to rock your sunglasses.
TAKE A REFUGEE TO SCHOOL CAR WASH @REFUGE AND HOPE INTERNATIONAL, KANSANGA
You Like it Clean… We Love it dirty… It’s going down this FRIDAY 29th April 2016 771Campaign Charity Car Wash for a good Cause at Refuge and Hope International, Mitala Rd, Kansanga… 9am-5pm… 7,000/- for Cars, 3000/- for Bikes, 700/- for a pair of shoes… Bring Your Dirt On…
USPA Awards Gala
@ Serena Hotel
Tonight is that time of the year when the men and ladies of sport gather. It is the annual USPA award. The event will take place at Kampala Serena Hotel starting at 4pm till late. More than 55 different sports personalities will be crowned but golfer Ronald Otile, bodybuilder Ivan Byekwaso and netballer Rachael Nanyonga made the three-man shortlist for the main award. It is a black tie affair and entrance is by invite and membership only.
Motor cross championship at Garuga
The 2016 National Mountain Dew EA motorcross championship is happening at Garuga track this Sunday. Entrance fee is 10k ordinary and 20k VIP. Don’t miss last year’s MX1 East African champion Maxime Van Pee and other renowned riders in action.
Amagara Food Festival @ Kabira Country Club
Amagara Food Festival is an experiential event that celebrates life and it is happening tomorrow at Kabira Country Club. The festival brings various stakeholders in the food business in Uganda (restaurants, hotels, bars and other food processors) closer to their consumers to celebrate life. Fee to the event is 100k, and this includes a special meal and drink.
Church and Book Launch @ UMA Hall
I am Ministries International celebrates the church anniversary as well as book launch tomorrow at UMA exhibition hall starting at 10am. There will be singing, dancing and lots of eats and drinks. Entrance is free.
Afrigo and Winnie
Nwagi @ Guvnor
Legendary band, Afrigo, will tonight perform at Club Guvnor alongside Winnie Nwagi for the Oldies night. The artistes will be performing most of their top chart hits and to check them out, a fee of 30k will be charged.
Cyprus 1st anniversary
Cyprus bar and grill will be celebrating its first anniversary tomorrow with more than three surprise artistes. Music will be played by DJ Fyzo while MC Smoky will be the host for the day. Entrance is free and beers cost 4k.
Alkatraz happy hour @ Frost Lounge, Ntinda
The happy hour Alkatraz is on every day at Frost Lounge, former Pa Lui where all beers go for Shs3,500, Bond 7, Gilbeys and Uganda Waragi at 35k. Don’t miss special artiste perform and happy hour starts at 4pm till late.
night @ Cayenne
On Sunday, pass by Cayenne for the Moroccan pool night and get a taste of Moroccan culture. Doors open at 6pm and entry is free. It all happens at the pool side. Shisha is also available from midday and come taste grilled fish.
Century Cinemax Uganda, Acacia Mall, Kisementi
The Jungle Book (3D): 10am* / 12pm / 2pm / 4pm / 6pm/ 8pm & 10pm, Barber Shop: The Next Cut (2D): 3pm / 5.15pm & 10pm, The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2D): 12pm / 2.30pm / 5pm / 7.30pm & 10pm
Criminal (2D): 7.30pm & 10pm, Zootropolis (3D): 11am & 1pm, Baaghi (Hindi with English Subtitles) (2D): 11am / 1.45pm / 4.30pm / 7.15pm & 10pm.
* Means showing only on Weekends and Public Holidays
Shs10,000 (2D & 3D) Monday
Shs15,000 (2D & 3D) Tuesday – Wednesday
Shs12,000 (2D & 3D) Thursday
Shs20,000 (2D & 3D) Friday – Sunday and applicable on public holidays.
Shs8,000 re-usable polarised 3D Glass.
Metroplex Mall, Naalya
The Jungle Book (3D): 10.30am (weekend) 2.30pm / 4.30pm , Barber Shop: The Next Cut (2D): 4.30pm / 7.15pm & 9.15pm, The Huntsman: Winter’s War (2D): 7.30pm & 9.30pm, Criminal (2D): 4.30pm/ 7.30pm, 9.30pm, Race: 12.15pm, Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice (3D): 12pm, 2pm, Zootropolis (3D): 10:15am (Weekend), 12:15am, 2: 30pm.
2D: Shs16,000 (with free soda)
3D:Shs18,000 (free soda)
Children: Shs12,000 (free soda and popcorn).
V.I.P: Shs27,000 (Plus VIP Combo)
The Equation Gaze Dance @ National
Gaze is a traditional dance of the Lugbara people from West Nile region and the dance reflects the transition of the dance movements into those of their neighbours in the Congo style. The workshop is free and open to anyone who wants to learn and apply their skills. Class begins at 3pm till late.
Ssebinagina @ Bat
This weekend catch Kato Lubwama, Mariam Ndagire, John Segawa together with the Golden production members, Rema, Chris Evans, Justin Nantume and others in a play dubbed ‘Ssebinagina’ the landlord. Entry is 20k only.
Are you looking for comfortable accommodation, delicious meals, assured security and ample parking space, then Pacific Hotel is the place to go. The hotel is a walkable distance to Sipi Falls and Mt Elgon National Park. The rooms are connected to Dstv, telephone and laundry services.
Club Alobo, Gulu
Saturday night will be variety night at Club Alobo, with Gulu’s best DJ spinning the discs. Beers will be sold at 3k and sodas at 2k. Meals will also be available.
Club 24-7, Lira
It’s Super Saturday at Club 24-7, Lira. Come dance your work stress away as you dance to the biggest tunes with DJ Dre.?
This Saturday is Oldies night at Club k24, Moroto. Clients will be treated to a variety of oldies music and lots of comedy. Beers go for 3k and meals will be at negotiable prices. Come have fun.
LISTENERS’ PARTY@CAFE ARABICA
Tsimbeka tsibili listeners’ party is on this Friday at Café Arabica in Mbale from 8:30pm to 10pm. Come enjoy artistes Destiny, Black & White, SW.Leuma, Blazy, ABC Flavour, Staros, Evans, Congolee perform. Entrance will be 10k.
Hiphop jam session @ Casa del Turist, Mbale
There will be a hip hop jam session this Saturday at Casa del Turist. Break dance groups, rapping, miming and poetry sessions are a sure deal. Artists like Leuma, Isak, ABC Flavour will be among the performers. Entrance is free from 7pm to 10pm.
Bandnite @Thatch Gardens, Mbale
This Saturday is Rhythm City Mbale band night at Thatch Gardens. Come have fun as you listen to cool music from your favourite band group. Beers will be at 3k and sodas at 2k. Entrance is free to whoever has a valid identity card.
Christian plot: Gospel singer King Wesley brings East Africa together
gospel music: Many will be surprised that the event is taking place in a bar. But for King Wesley, it is all about breaking the perception about christian events being boring.
If you thought christian events would never come to a bar near you, think again. For the first time ever, King Wesley has organised an event dubbed ‘The Beat Connect’ at the Heights Bar in Centenary Park, where mostly gospel artistes from East Africa will connect for a powerful music performance.
Slated to kick off at 4pm, the event will have artistes such as Dafari and Sowqi from Kenya, Ambassador from Rwanda, DJs Awar, Rayne, Peruz, Conqueror, Rymes and Jhoshu teaming up with Ugandan artistes such as Philla, Zabuli, Crystal Fabulous and Gway, among others.
Speaking about the event, Wesley said his main aim of organising the event is to showcase the definition of a christian party.
“The Beat Connect is a christian dance party but because people think christian events are boring, we want to break that mentality by bringing it closer to you. We are breaking boundaries and shifting paradigms that christian events can also be interesting,” he said.
And to prove a point, he also emphasised that it is going to be an annual event held during this period but in different places, depending on the turn out.
However, entrance to the event is not free like other christian shows as you will be expected to part with Shs12,000 only. This comes with free drinks and nyama choma during the evening.