Nollywood star, Mercy Johnson Okojie, has released the trailer for her first produced full-length feature, The Legend of Inikpi, which will premiere on January 19 and hit cinemas across Nigeria and Ghana on January 24.
Young musicians should prepare for future, says Ikwue
One of Nigeria’s foremost musicians, Sir Bongos Ikwue, has admonished the younger generations of artists to apply wisdom and save for the rainy days.
Life and times of ballerina, Adetoun
Though Adetoun Olusola Sote is no more, the arts community will not forget in a hurry the lady that was in love with ballet.
Changing Nigeria’s copyright narrative for wealth creation
The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), as the Federal regulatory and enforcement agency charged with all copyright matters under the Copyright Act, has said it is committed to a strong, balanced and efficient copyright system that is able.....
In Emotan, sacrifice, greed take centre stage
Benin City, popularly known for its rich cultural heritage, has produced brave women of history. Emotan, the highly revered Bini woman, is one of them.Emotan was a strong market woman who traded in foodstuffs around the 15th century at the Oba Market .....
Culture promotion, philanthropic strides of Oni-Okpaku
Arts and culture appreciation in the country suffered a loss when the demise of Chief (Mrs.) Aino Oni-Okpaku was announced. Oni-Okpaku, a Swedish, who married a Nigerian, was the proprietress of one Nigeria’s oldest arts and culture outlets, Quintessence, in Lagos.
How cultural activism, women’s rights define Moremi The Musical Reloaded
Stage plays, especially sophisticated and excellently delivered ones, are gradually taking a flight from Nigerian theatre. Worse still, a form of art like music
90 years after, Aba women’s riot remembered in August Meeting
Ninety years after the women of Oloko led a war to speak against the injustice and violence towards women, Raconteur Productions,
Mama Mia brings fun to MUSON stage
Shell Hall, Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Centre, Lagos, has continued to attract theatre goers in droves, as they troop in to watch the ongoing musical drama, Mama Mia
Baiting unmarried ladies, gentlemen in Ultimate Love
It was Jane Austen, who in the opening lines of her book, Pride and Prejudice, affirmed that, “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune