A Love Triangle, Heart Songs Thrill Today At PEFTI Hall, Isolo
TODAY at PEFTI Hall, Joy Avenue, Ajao Estate, Off International Airport Road, Lagos, The Pater’s Heritage will present its usual two performances to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day for lovers of live theatre today, February 14. Its Rose of Sharon theatre arm will stage A Love Triangle while its Spirit and Truth choreography arm will perform…
Movie Producers Honour Princewill
FOR his role in promoting the entrepreneurial spirit of Nigerian youths, especially in the entertainment industry, Mr. Tonye Princewill, was recently appointed the Patron of Association of Movie Producers (AMP). Announcing the appointment in Abuja, the National President of the apex body of movie producers in Nigeria, Mr. Ralph Nwadike, accompanied by the Vice President,…
Cynergy Hotel Thrills Guests At Valentine
With Sunday, February 14 being Valentine’s Day, Cynergy Hotels and Suites, Amuwo-Odofin, Lagos, has rolled out programmes to thrill its guests. The uptown relaxation centre, which started its celebratory events on Friday night with in-house band serenading guests, would round off its programme tagged Lovers Week today with the best of old and new skool…
Festival of India set to make a debut in Nigeria
INDIA is a country rich in culture and tradition anchored on religion. These would be on display come August 13, 2016 when the Festival of India will be held at Tafawa Belewa Square, Onikan, Lagos. The festival is a collaboration between International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) and the India Disapora in Lagos designed to bridge the cultural gap between India and Nigeria and thereby forge a better understanding between the two countries.
1976… 40 years’ wait for coup d’etat movie to surface
Nollywood was lit up recently with industry personalities who attended the first private screening of Prince Tonye Princewill’s latest movie, 1976.
Gaddokwei, Macviban, Balogun For Ebedi Writers Residency
Three writers, a Ghanian, Moffatt Nii Addokwei, a Camerounian, Dzekashu Macviban Charles and a Nigerian, Stanley Princewill Balogun, have arrived in Iseyin, Oyo State..
At Book Launch, Practitioners Canvas New Ways Of Doing PR
THE need for Public Relations practitioners to help the public understand the profession through education and publicity was emphasized by most guest speakers at Friday’s formal presentation of a book ‘Nigeria PR report 2015’ at the Protea Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos.
Still Reconnecting With Roots, Ekpuk Goes Head Series
FOR the second time in three years, U.S-based artist, Victor Ekpuk, keeps reconnecting with his roots after spending over one and half decades abroad. Currently romancing Heads Series, Ekpuk is one of the artists to watch out for on the art circuit in Nigeria this year as he prepares for his post-Arthouse Residency solo exhibition.
Abdulfattah Emerges Young Lagos Writer 2015
A STUDENT of International School, University of Lagos, Ms Nusaybah Abdulfattah, has emerged winner of the third edition of Teecoks Writing Competition among secondary school students in Lagos State organised by Dr. Towunmi Coker Literary...
Ali Baba, Julius Agwu To Headline Pat Utomi’s 60th Birthday Gig
THREE of Nigeria’s top comedians set the Shell Hall of MUSON Centre in comic fireworks last Sunday, January 31 when Prof. Pat Utomi turned 60. Ali Baba, Teju Babyface and Julius Agwu who was compere ensured the large audience had a good laugh all through the evening.
The ECOMOG Story… Exhuming the ghost of Liberian war, Nigeria’s intervention
The Liberian conflict was as complicated as the mythological labyrinth. The stage was set for the conflict by the refusal of the settler community (otherwise known as the Congos or Americo-Liberians) to institute democratic reforms in the country during their 133-year rule. During this period, the natives who constitute more than 90 per cent of…