Justice Oke unveils theatre troupe, gets ICPN honour
The foyer of Lagos State High Court, Igbosere, is an unusual place to stage a play, but when the Acting Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Kazeem Alogba...
With The Two Both Of Us, Ugbede looks at marital peace
E’yen A. Gardner, the author of Husband Rules: A Guy’s Playbook On How To Win In Marriage observed, “many marriages lay in ruins because husbands...
28 days in Delta…My memoir, a reality show debuts
On August 1, 2019, Blue Clem Entertainment, an award winning production company will unveil 28 Days in Delta…My Memoir, a reality T.V. show, as part of activities marking the 28th anniversary of Delta State’s creation.
The fill and thrill of Baba Yetu concert
No doubt, Baba Yetu concert, which held at the University of Lagos Chapel hall recently will continue to remain green in the minds of audiences at the show, which comprised academics, students and guests from the university community.
For NAFEST 2019, Runsewe, culture executives meet in Benin
Edo State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki, has said that the annual National Festival for Arts and Culture (NAFEST) has lived up to the noble objectives for which...
Chronicles of Eniyan … a caution on life
Lamine Pearlheart, author and poet, once said: “When you are drunk with yourself you don’t hear your loud voice, yet everyone else does.
Interrogating social ills, marital infidelity, through art
That cheating is bad can’t possibly be said enough. Flouting of marital vows that married men and women indulge in hit the pallete with pains. But what comes to your mind...
In Jero’s metamorphosis, Soyinka mirrors failed society, institutions
Napoleon Bonaparte, the French statesman, having lost hope in religion, said: “If I had to choose a religion, the sun, as the universal giver of life, would be my god.”
In Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman, national interest, culture take centre stage
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Indian sage and political activist, describing the extent colonialists wanted their colonies to do away with their cultures, by destroying cultural artefacts and making them change their thinking, said: “A nation’s culture resides in the heart and in the soul of its people.” Though Gandhi and Wole Soyinka, author of Death…