Bintu- The Musical goes on stage
As part of efforts to bring the crisis in Northeast region of Nigeria into focus, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has premiered Bintu - The Musical.
Fela and His Queens return on stage, reloaded with legend’s activism
When Mrs. Bolanle Austin-Peters first had the idea of producing a musical theatre on Fela two years ago with her BAP Productions company, she was actually responding to the feminine impulse in her.
Regulator goes tough on video pirates, destroys illicit products worth millions
In a renewed war against illicit activities of pirates, the National Film and Video Census Board (NFVCB) last weekend destroyed pirated and unclassified videos and compact discs worth over N600 million.
A date with history as Olu Akengbuwa’s ghost visits Muson Centre
There is nothing as returning to your roots: It is always a perfect opportunity to learn your history and findout, which things were not properly done in the past.
Ada The Country, a woman’s survival story Berths at MUSON, Jan 2
Ada The Country, a musical from the stable of Doyenne Circle, will hit the stage of MUSON Centre, on January 2, 2020. Produced and directed by the multi-award winning producer cum actor, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Ada The Country is the survival story of a young woman ...
Elvina Ibru in lead role as Emotan goes on stage in Benin
After a wonderful performance in Bling Lagosian, Elvina Ibru will be casting her creative nets on the mythical Bini story of passion and dedication, Emotan.
In Jankariwo, Ben Tomoloju cautions insensate Leadership
There is no other way Pope Francis could have expressed his dislike for corruption, a hydra monster in the world, than to remark, “Corruption is paid by the poor.”
IamAFRICA Short Film Competition on YouTube
Arrangements are in top gears for the first iamAFRICA Short Film Competition. The project is a collaboration between the Pan African Film Festival...
JP Clark’s Wives’ revolt showcases remedy for social disorder
Aristotle, in one of his write-ups, said: “In revolutions, the occasions may be trifling, but great interests are at stake.”
MUSON honours centenarian Akintola Williams with concert
Mr. Akintola Williams has achieved so much in life. He is the first chartered accountant from Africa. He was also appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE). He also has the award of CFR (Commander of the Federal Republic). He has presided over numerous private and governmental bodies. However,…