Shift Lemme Faint!... A farcical portrait of Nigeria on stage
It then turns on Nigerian citizens, who have willfully abdicated their exalted ‘office of citizens’ and now shamelessly pander to politicians and their wily tricks. Rather than hold politicians accountable for the misgovernance that the country is mired in...
Peekok Youth Art to showcase students artwork at exhibition
The foundation, which features for the first time in the 2017 international exhibition, have 43 students from different schools within Lagos to participate in the contest with the theme: “Together.”
Shift lemme faint! Premieres in Lagos, Abuja
Gbagyichild Entertainment, producers of TARUWA, is performing another of its classics, the hilarious stage play Shift Lemme Faint! It opened yesterday at Terra Kulture Arena, with its command performance taking place today, Sunday, October 15, with Abuja performances billed for next weekend.
NOLA to hold 5th conference in Ibadan
The Nigerian Oral Literature Association (NOLA) will, from November 1 through 4, hold its 5th yearly conference at the University of Ibadan (UI), Oyo State. It has as theme ‘Performance, Popular Arts And The New Media,’ with a professor of film studies, Hygenus Ekwuazi of UI.....
Gula… Dramatic re-enactment of Obasanjo and his protégé’s prison experiences
The saying that ‘after a dark night comes daylight’ is a truism for a lot of people. Not least was it true for former President Olusegun Obasanjo, who left death row prison in Yola to become president after trumped up charges of coup plotting to overthrow then military head of state, Gen. Sanni Abacha.
The interplay of love and infidelity in Unstable
Dreams are double-edged; they could come as a warning of the evil to befall one or to foretell the manifold blessings to come.
'One Language,' 'Dance of the Rivers' premiere at festival
According to the Convener, Elo Inyeinengi-Etomi, “This production makes you one with the culture of our birth. If you have forgotten, you will remember; if you remember, you will be proud of being a Nigerian.
Obasanjo’s prison experiences hit the stage in Lagos
Nigeria’s former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has condemned the state of prisons, stressing that their deplorable condition makes any inmate who...
What Men Want … A betrayal of trust
It is a universal truism that the male-folk across the globe grapple with issues of business, politics, family, multiple sex partners and crucially, how to sustain dominion...