The Executive Committee of the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC), UNESCO’s statute B global partner in theatre criticism, holds its first ever-official event on the African continent during the Lagos Theatre festival....
Ekiti ANA, federal university, Oye Ekiti to host Wale Okediran
The Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Ekiti State Chapter, in conjunction with the Federal University, Oye Ekiti, has set aside Thursday, February 16, 2017 to host former ANA National President, Dr. Wale Okediran..
Iwalewa… A narrative of poverty-to-awareness dance performance
Iwalewa has been a dance essemble QDance Centre, led by Qudus Onikeku, has been performing all over the world. It probably started in France, where the contemporary dance exponent, Onikeku, lived for some time before relocating back to Nigeria....
Our Best Friend’s Wedding debuts on REDTV
Our Best’s Friend Wedding last week made its debut as a web series on REDTV Youtube Channel. At the premiere in Lagos were prominent personalities such as, the Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Muhammed...
The Mirror Cracks… A peep behind ECOMOG’s veil of silence
Playwright Prof. Ahmed Yerima is the ultimate psychologist in his new play, The Mirror Cracks, staged for the first time last weekend in Lagos, by Joshua Alabi-led Kininso Koncepts at Theatre Republic, Lekki, Lagos.
'Oloibiri' to tour North America
In the movie industry, Rogers Ofime is not new. The prolific filmmaker who has spent over 15 years in making films and television series said that filmmaking is his life.
British Council to train twenty aspiring theatre critics
As a part of its commitment to the development of the Nigerian theatre, the British Council has partnered with the International Association of Theatre Critics (IATC) and the Guardian Newspapers to train and mentor twenty people, between ages 18 - 35 in theatre criticism.
Spicing up festive season with bouts of hilarity in Love and Recession
It was indeed the perfect theatrical performance for the imperfect, precarious economic times a not-so sterling leadership has plunged Nigerians. With a foreseeable end to recession not in sight...
Greed, ego fuel inter-communal bloodbath in Elechi Amadi’s The Great Ponds
In spite of Elechi Amadi’s grim, blood-cuddling narrative of the communal dispute between two communities over ownership of fishing ponds in his classic novel ...