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With Two Face, The Paters Heritage finds new home

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BEN Chiadika’s ministry of drama, dance and music, The Paters Heritage, will from this Sunday, November 29, 2015, be hosted in a new home at PEFTI Hall, 5/7 Joy Avenue, Ajao Estate, by 7/8 Bus Stop, Off International Airport Road, Lagos. It is a few moments’ walk from its former location at Blue Nest Hotel, Osolo Way, Ajao State.

According to Chiadika, the new home at PEFTI Hall is more theatre-friendly and convenient for the audience as a performance venue. And the new play to open the new home is Chiadika’s Two Face. It will star Iheanyi Okoro, Frank Konwea, Irene Chiadika and Edna Konwea.

Two Face tells the story of Babatunde who takes his wife to a beautiful top class restaurant in an effort to rekindle the love they once had for each other. But that act of love unearths hidden skeletons, deep-rooted bitterness and lies that threaten not just their relationship but their faith in humanity. Two Face is the story where strangers suddenly turn out to be siblings and people are not truly who they say they are.

The perfect scene is turned into a war zone, hearts tumble on the verge of breaking. Two Face is Ejiro, Nedum, Babatunde and Florentine’s story where one night of love songs and a romantic getaway becomes love’s worst moment. Two Face is everyman’s worst mirror. 

Also Wings is the dance and music being performed by the choreography arm, The Spirit and Truth ministry.
Wings is a fusion of dance and music that speaks to the need in everyone of us to be free and be all we want to be. Choreographed by Frank Konwea, Wings has Treasure Chinyelu Ben-Chiadika and Ify Brown in a powerful display of singing and dance.

Time is 5pm prompt while admission is free.



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