Recently Ireland-based Nigerian actors, Yemi Adenuga, Deji Adenuga, Oluwayomi Ogunyemi, Esosa Ighodaro, Penelope Anyaji-Aniuzu, and Deola Gimbiya, who joined up in Lagos, performed The Only Jealousy of Emer, written by famous Irish writer, William Butler Yeats at Freedom Park, Lagos. It was the presentation of Nigerian Carnival Ireland, a Nigerian-centric culture outfit managed by the…
Made in Nigeria poetry group set to hit Jos
Dike Chukwumerije and his group are set to take the Made in Nigeria Simply Poetry to Jos, Plateau State, after two epic performances in Maiduguri and Yola, with a message of empathy, love and tolerance on the journey to nationhood in order to encourage peace building.
MTNF, BAP bring back ‘Fela and the Kalakuta Queens’
Another run of the critically acclaimed hit musical, Fela and the Kalakuta Queens is back courtesy of the MTN Foundation and Bolanle Austen-Peters Production (BAP).
From Lagos to Jos: Theatre festivals expanding Nigeria’s cultural landscape
As Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) 2018 drew to a close on Sunday, March 4, in Lagos, Jos Festival of Theatre (JFT), organised by the U.S. Mission in Nigeria, in collaboration with the Dr. Patrick-Jude Oteh-led Jos Repertoire Theatre (JRT), took off the same day in faraway city of Jos, Plateau State capital. The two festivals…
Mining dangers of absentee parents in 'The Walking Stick'
Parenting is a coordinating effort of the mother and the father, which is why both must create time for their children. Knowing the negative effects lack of good parenting could have on young ones and the society informed the American author, Barbara Johnson, in one of her inspirational works on parenting to say: ‘To be…
NFC announces date for 2018 ZUMA Film Festival as Adesanya chairs jury
With theme, Archiving For Creativity, the Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), has announced that the yearly film festival ZUFF will take place from December 1 to 7 in Abuja, the nation’s capital and traditional host city.
Flowers introspect: An uncommon lesson for all
The UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, must have seen a lot of cases on violence against women that made him come up with this clarion call: ‘We must unite. Violence against women cannot be tolerated, in any form, in any context, in any circumstance, by any political leader or by any government.’
NFC begins training series with 70
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) has announced that it is commencing its series of 2018 training workshops for film, television and media practitioners in Jos, Plateau State, with 70 trainees from the six geopolitical zones of the country.
Finding Home… Africa’s migrant crisis finds poetic voice on stage
There are not so much shooting wars in Africa now (except South Sudan), as there are political crassness and economic wars that shut down the hopes and dreams...
NigerianArt.Net enters, expands market
Nigeria’s rapidly expanding art market has another addition in a new art gallery to open the space in an unconventional manner.
Peter Badejo: A brief legacy of Nigerian theatre in 70 years!
Tomorrow, Monday, December 11, culture producers will gather to celebrate their own, Peter Adegboyega Badejo, OBE, in what is tagged ‘Platinum Jubilee Honour for a Living Legend and Dance Ambassador.