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By Word of Mouth Team

Wednesday, 26 November 2014, 10:57 am

This year we have our first ever Christmas arty Party-Extravaganza! Weekly amazing Activities! Paint, Draw, Stick, Create…fun and games to use up that excited holiday Energy. 3 to 6 year old class,. […]Read More »

By Word of Mouth Team

Tuesday, 18 November 2014, 9:12 am

  Join several young change makers for an evening of innovation, optimism and celebration as they talk us through their ideas for the future. Thursday, 20th November, 7pm, 88mph, 4th floor Piedmont P. […]Read More »

By Word of Mouth Team

Thursday, 13 November 2014, 10:34 am

The Nairobi Fashion Market presents the Festive Fashion, happening this weekend at the Ngong Racecourse from 9am to 6pm. We’re giving back by donating old clothes, shoes…anything from your wardrob. […]Read More »

By Word of Mouth Team

Thursday, 13 November 2014, 10:06 am

Join us at Karura Forest on Sat 15th and Sun 16th November for some fun and shopping in this beautiful forest. Over 80 craft and charity stalls offering traditional and contemporary goods and services. […]Read More »

By Word of Mouth Team

Tuesday, 11 November 2014, 9:56 am

  For more information, contact Nairobi Art Centre on 0727 415 678 or email Read More »

Word of Mouth News

Word of Mouth mourn legendary Chef Marcus Mitchell along with the rest of Nairobi

Posted on June 29th, 2015


Marcus Mitchell, 1975-2015 Once in a rare while in this life we meet someone who isn’t just that clichéd ‘larger than life’ but who seems to be life—to occupy his own warm center of the planet in such a way that he makes his own at-mosphere. Someone who so thoroughly loves the life he is living that he invites others to participate in its wild, risk-taking, heart-thumping ride and find the insane joy in it. These rare souls don’t spend their days stepping on others to reach the top of the heap. Instead, they inhabit a place so completely that they become its Genius—and then open their arms and invite others in to take and eat. Such a man was Marcus Mitchell, head chef at Talisman Restaurant from 2011-2015; winner of the Taste Awards Chef of the Year title in Kenya 2013-2014; and, down to his bones, a man who … Continue reading

Tangerine Ink Spa latest news

Posted on June 22nd, 2015


At Tangerine Ink we offer you an energizing spa experience. We offer true result oriented treatments including the Soprano laser for hair removal, the fabulous, glow immediately Intraceutical oxygen facials as well as their entire line for home use. We are constantly adding new products and services to keep up with the ever evolving beauty technology and to stay current. We also offer the NIR non invasive facelift. We are very brand conscious to ensure high quality products for our clients. In our Nail Bar, we use Gelish, Essie and China Glaze. Nail services include Acrylics, soak off gels, nail wraps and nail art. Other services include waxing, threading, massage, lash and brow tints. We also have a visiting, very well qualified Dermatologist administering Botox, Fillers and micro-needling. Every tool is properly and consistently sterilized. We are located on the ground floor at ABC Place, Waiyaki Way. Please have a look … Continue reading

Miscellaneous Ramblings by Tony Clegg Butt of Travel News – February 2015

Posted on February 12th, 2015


        I’ve been suffering from writers block of late, and am battling to try and find a thread on which to weave this month’s Ramblings. So if we go all over the place – please remember that they are not called Miscellaneous for nothing. To the coast for New Year, after a farm Christmas near Thika. The dreaded drive down was, on Boxing Day a doddle. The drive back slightly less so, but not as stressful as previously experienced – making good time, which could have been better without the on-demand comfort stops for the ladies of the family. As the sole male, I didn’t stand a chance The coast was agony, not for its magnificence, but for the many closed or nearly closed hotels, empty rental houses and the general feeling of doom and gloom in the tourism industry there. What was very apparent was the … Continue reading