With let’s reinvent our Cultural values, OFAAC celebrates Anioma Culture
After months of preparations and eliminations, the grand finale of 13th Anioma Cultural Festival holds tomorrow, Easter Monday, March 28, in Asaba, Delta State. As expected...
Rite of passage for veteran actor, JAB Adu
There was a deluge of tributes as remains of legendary actor, scriptwriter, director and producer Joseph Abiodun Babajide Adu aka JAB Adu were buried at a private ceremony...
Enriching NCAC’s artistic offerings with new menu
With the desire to enrich the programme repertoire of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Director-General of the council, Mrs Dayo Keshi has announced new activities that will be introduced in the course of the year.
Hard Rock Cafe rocks Lagos with grand opening party
Hard Rock Café International officially opened its doors in Victoria Island, Lagos with its grand opening celebration on Friday, 11th March 2016.
Issues around online streaming of movies
Recently, there was a report, which allegedly claimed that some producers are bitter over their exploitation by an online movies’ streamer, IROKO.
America Is Still In Love With Lord Of African
In America, Nigeria’s Babatunde Olatunji who died a decade ago continues to be celebrated as a super star, foremost percussionist from Africa, an institution, the custodian of African culture and teacher.
Murna… When National Troupe Rekindled Hope Of IDPs
The National Troupe of Nigeria (NTN) recently brought smiles and hope to the Internally Displaced Persons in Abuja. Emotions flowed as the victims of hostility and extreme violence enjoyed temporary happiness in dance drama that was brought to their doorsteps.
For Murtala Mohammed 40th Remembrance, Exhibition, Lecture Highlight Virtue
Four decades after the assassination of former Head of States, General Murtala Mohammed, a memorial exhibition and lecture in his honour have generated reflection on the worth of selfless leadership. Held at the National Museum Onikan, Lagos, the exhibition titled Our Hero Past: General Murtala Ramat Mohammed – currently showing – is a rejuvenated and…
In 2015, black audiences for jazz music declined
OVER the years, there has been a systematic decline in the patronage of jazz by black audiences, a phenomenon which reached an unprecedented level in 2015. And this was despite the fact that the year witnessed tremendous jazz activity – much more than previous years - even as the scene recorded a comparatively low number…