After The Wedding Party, Sola Sobowale, Ireti Doyle reunite in 1929
After their outstanding showing in The Wedding Party, Nollywood stars, Sola Sobowale and Ireti Doyle, will both feature in a new film titled, 1929. These brilliant veterans of many flicks will once again bring their skill and talent into the historic movie to make it worth the while. The movie, which sheds light…
In Soji Cole’s maybe tomorrow, patriotism signposts new vision
History will ever remain grateful to Charles de Gaulle, the French general, who led the Free France Forces (FFF) and later became the head of the Provisional Government of the French Republic, for defining the twin word of patriotism and nationalism. According to the French statesman, who is also a writer, “patriotism is when one’s…
Lottery ticket, a mirror of man’s quest for riches
There is this notable axiom among Kegite Club members, which says: ‘in the midst of jollification, there is a brutal danger.’ To non-initiates, this simply means, ‘a mid joyous celebrations lie subtle danger.’
How artistic skills aid admission process in UK
A seasoned examiner with London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Joanna Foster, has stated that possession of artistic skills is an added advantage for prospective students seeking admission into any United Kingdom (UK) institutions.
‘Hertitude’... on Lagos theatre festival stage
When their single mother suffers a debilitating heart attack, three sisters, Kesiena, Rume and Ogor reunite one more time.
Flavour to headline foundation’s anniversary celebration
A charitable organisation, To Inspire Strong families and society (TIS), has begun preparations to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Speaking with the media in Lagos, the President of TIS, Mrs. Oge Ironu, said Nigerian pop singer, Flavour Nabania, would be performing at the event, which is billed to hold on June 6, in Washington DC, United…
Election fever … A task on good governance
Bob Talber, the American politician and author, will always be an inspiration to anyone who wants the general good of the society, especially the younger generation that stands as a conveyor or bridge between generations. “Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what counts is best,” Talber says, as he explains the cardinal…
MUSON serenades guests with concert in honour of Akin Euba
On Thursday, January 17 2019, the University of Lagos, collaborating with the Musical Society of Nigeria, held a concert in honour of Professor Akin Euba, a United States of America-based Nigerian composer. Euba has had a commendable professional career, with his interest in music commencing in his school days at C.M.S. Grammar School in Lagos.…
With Oba Eshugbayi, people’s will crush oppression, tyranny
The world, today, is troubled. Many are afraid of the things going on. Human value has been demeaned and people are not sure what happens next.
National museum’s arts, culture expo ends in style
The maiden arts and culture expo organised by National Commission for Museums and Monuments (NCMM), in collaboration with Active Projectile Ltd., headed by Adesola Oyinloye-Ndu, has ended. The Public Private Partnership initiative, which aimed at protecting and projecting the country’s heritage, held from December 10, 2018, to January 4, 2019, in 15 museums across the country. With,…