Rafiki Film Screening
Be sure not to miss this beautiful, tender love story set amidst the bustling streets of Nairobi. A queer Romeo and Juliet, Rafiki (12A) is a story about two Kenyan girls, Kena and Ziki, where when love blossoms between them, they are forced to choose between happiness and safety.
Rafiki will be screened at the David Lean Cinema in conjunction with Well Versed Ink and The Batty Mama on Tuesday 25th June at 7:30pm. Rafiki will be introduced by a short spoken word performance by Remi Graves, a London-based poet and drummer and former Barbican Young Poet. Remi was a 2017 National Poetry Day Ambassador and has performed at Cheltenham Literature Festival, Tate Modern and more.