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By Hashi in London The World Cup has been well and truly won. The trophy did not have to travel far in the end, all it had to do really was hop over the Med from Rome to Madrid. But the … Continue reading
By Andy in Kilifi It’s the morning after the night before in Kilifi and what a night before it was. Dancing, singing, children’s films – crowned by the sparkling gem that was the World Cup Final. The crowd started to … Continue reading
By Peter With reference to chapter one of The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle’s, I write another post for the Kenya Field of Dreams Blog. Yesterday, Saturday the third of July in preparation for American Independence Day, we showed … Continue reading
By Andy in Kilifi It’s amazing, you find yourself in Kenya with more BBC and Google staff than you can fit into an 9 seater Kenyan minibus (24 is the record we’ve seen so far if you’re interested) and yet … Continue reading
By Simon & Anna in Kilifi Nice to see the project covered in the Guardian again today. We have now moved the screening back to Mnarani field next to MTG, should be a good crowd – over 100 people were … Continue reading
In Kenya the World Cup football matches are only available on a subscription satellite service, which means that the people who can afford to pay for it charge a lot of money to let others come in and watch. We are spending a few nights screening games in each location before moving to a new area, to give as many people as possible the chance to watch the World Cup for free. Continue reading