Sotimirin to perform Molue, launch book on October 21
Nigeria’s foremost solo dramatist, musician and lecturer, Tunji Sotimirin will on October 21 launch a book on solo performance and also perform his play titled, Molue.
Minna Davies depicts the fallibility of the gods in Lipstick Fever
Explaining the extent betrayal hurts, Mineko Iwasaki, a Japanese author, said: “Stab the body and it heals, but injure the heart and the wound lasts a lifetime.”
Ebonylife releases Chief Daddy’s teaser
Ebonylife Films, producers of blockbuster movies, The Wedding Party 1 and 2 and The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, have released its first teaser for the upcoming movie, Chief Daddy, set to hit the cinemas on December 14, 2018.
What Men Want … a metaphor for African women’s travail
It is a universal truism that the male folk across the globe is faced with issues bothering on business, politics, family, multiple sex partners and how to sustain their macho...
In Snapshots communication gap takes centrestage
Lagos, land of aquatic splendour and opportunities, will continue to attract attention from local and foreign investors, as well as the Federal and state governments...
RGD Media begins shooting of Don’t Get Mad, Get Even
RGD Media Productions has announced its latest cinema project, Don´t get mad, get even. The production outfit said, “the film would set milestones in cinematic production in the country.”
With K-Pop Dance, Nigeria, Korea deepen relationship
The grand finale of K-Pop Dance Competition has held in Abuja. In its seventh edition, the dance contest, which is organised yearly by Korean Cultural Centre of Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nigeria, aim to promote understanding and strengthen bilateral relationship between Nigeria ....
2018 Eko Theatre Festival rounds off today
The Lagos art and culture scene, which was last week Sunday, ignited with the beginning of Eko Theatre Festival, will again remain calm for sometimes as the festival rounds off today.
Unibadan Arts Theatre now Wole Soyinka Theatre
The Council and Senate of the University of Ibadan have decided to rename the Arts Theatre of the university after Prof. Wole Soyinka. This is in recognition of his global status as a writer-activist and also the first African Head of the Department of Theatre Arts, which was founded in 1963. To be renamed Wole…
WSICE’s Pursuit Of Truth in ‘Ijegba’ ends today
The ninth edition of Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange Project, WSICE 84, ended yesterday in Abeokuta, Ogun State. Themed, The Pursuit of Truth (Truth and the National Psyche), it featured a yearly essay competition, which had been a regular event in the cultural exchange. This year’s event saw 84 students, symbolic of Soyinka’s age, writing…