Award winning theatre production house with the aim of continuing to hone talent and provide a multitude of platforms to showcase the arts in Kenya and globally.
Voted the Funniest Comedy ever staged on Broadway and in the West End, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG gave rights to Aperture Africa to stage in Kenya! A fully local cast and crew creates absolute mayhem on stage in this rib cracking family comedy.
A first ever attempt at puppetry, we were under guidance from the able and creative genius mind of Kasia Meszaros - Director of the production - and are proud of have fully packed houses and incredible reviews from children and adults alike. A true family puppet theatre with elements of a musical and pantomime.
After 12 shows with a total viewing of over 6,000 people, this entrancing musical theatre is still spoken of today and remembered fondly. The Jungle Book is a story so close to our hearts, as we continuously celebrate the co-existence of man and animal.
Rodgers & Hammerstein's ever-loved fairy tale for the whole family. Cinderella the Musical theatre showcased some real magic on stage - including pumpkins turning into chariots and rags turning into gowns. With a twist to the story, Aperture Africa showcased some of the finest sets, costumes, lighting & direction in the country.
After raving shows in Nairobi, the production travelled to Mombasa and Kisumu to spread the laughter.
A wonderfully written story comes alive when John Smith decides that one woman is not enough for his less than dramatic life.
Robin and his gang of outlaws finally bring justice to the Sheriff of Nottingham - but not without a lot of the audience help! This musical cum panto had children receive gold coin (chocolates) from Robin on a zipline!!
One of our favourites of Ray Cooney's - this farce was Aperture Africa's premier in Mombasa. Theatre at its finest!
For weddings, parties, celebrations and corporate events - a perfect hint of artistic flavour!
Kenya Creative Education International (CrEd) which was formally known as Helen O’Grady Drama Academy will increase the offering for children and adults in Africa. This exciting change reflects our commitment to providing a broader range of programmes and opportunities to enhance skills in creative thinking, collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and overall confidence.