Picture this. Catching up with your family/ friends at a one of a kind premier gourmet restaurant, a talented singer belting out lovely tunes that serenades you all afternoon/ evening as you sip on Pink gin cocktails from a teapot – with lots of delightful treats. Now, isn’t that basically living the dream, no?
Saturday afternoon (and evening) was the perfect excuse to put some tipple in your teatime and enjoy some Pink Gin with your T(ea) at The Lord Erroll Restaurant in Runda as the talented and extremely gorgeous singer/ songwriter, Kavi Pratt hosted an afternoon tea soiree with Beefeater Pink Gin. Backed by her all female girl band, The Flower Project, Kavi dressed in an elegant, beautiful pink suit, beaming with smiles all through out, belted out her best tunes all afternoon and evening to the audience which included her family and friends. Kavi’s fans had great fun dancing the evening away with the restaurant’s patrons who enjoyed tremendously.
The Lord Erroll Restaurant laid out their finest afternoon tea treats which consisted of a striking three tier cake stand, a feast for the eyes, as well as the taste buds as it was delivered with real style – and a gourmet cherry on top. The quintessentially British tradition of Afternoon Tea was given a twist with Beefeater Pink Gin cocktails all afternoon/ evening.
Kavi says she has always loved singing, adding that she must have started singing at the age of 3 and with the full support of her parents, went onto attend singing classes at the age of 8, through to high school and University. She studied music in Rome, and toured after her studies, performing at different spots in Italy before moving back home to Kenya. She is a blues, jazz and soul girl drawing her inspiration from artists such as Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, The Staples Singers, India Arie, Billie Holiday, Adele, Janelle Monae and Sam Smith.
Kavi Pratt who has in the past collabod with various artists such as Madtraxx, Polycarp Of Sauti sol, Wyre, wants to put out more live performances not only in Nairobi but other major towns in Kenya.
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