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24 May 2020
Matthew Mevayerho Umukoro is not an academic, who wears his calling like a cross. Neither is he a lecturer, who will glide through a crowd of students breathing down on them like a demi-god. He is one teacher who will rather concentrate on his work than make noise about himself. He is a simple, silent…
10 May 2020
The Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances officially entered into force on April 28, 2020, three months after the deposit of 30 instruments of ratification to the treaty by member states of the World Intellectual Property Organisation.
3 May 2020
It was the late music legend, Michael Jackson, who said, “consciousness expresses itself through creation. This world we live in is the dance of the creator. Dancers come and go
5 Apr 2020
Many of the millennia might not be well familiar with the name, but for those born in the 50s, 60s, 70s and early 80s, Hubert Adedeji Ogunde was a colossus whose many works of art queries government officers’ malfeasance.
29 Mar 2020
The Rule of Law and Anti-corruption (RoLAC) group recently spotlighted these ills through a musical drama, titled: Talk N Do, to raise awareness on the rule of law and anti-corruption crusade in Nigeria.
29 Mar 2020
A creative content development firm and parent company of Campus Prowler – Plume and Partner Limited — has signed a production agreement with the Society of Nigerian Theatre Artists (SONTA).
15 Mar 2020
It came as a service call for one Nigerian as an invitation to speak on culture, alongside the Ooni of Ife and the Lagos State government in the upcoming 2020 Magodo Cultural Festival this June.
25 Feb 2020
Nigerian-British actor Olatunji Joseph is set to stage his play in Lagos, Nigeria. The 25-year-old actor who is currently in Nigeria to take part in the annual Lagos Theatre Festival, Nigeria's largest performing arts festival, will in his play explore what it means to be black in the white-dominated West. Titled Whiteboard, Black pieces: Race…
19 Feb 2020
In transposing Chekhov's 3 Sisters from 1900s Russia to 1960’s Nigeria, poet and playwright Inua Ellams has given the much-performed play new resonance rarely seen on a London stage. And so the Prozorov siblings - Olga, Marsha, Irina and Andrey are now Lolo, Nne Chukwu, Udo and Dimgba - Igbo’s who have fled Lagos (at…
19 Jan 2020
Ososo community in Akoko-Edo Council of Edo State came alive recently, as it hosted the ninth edition of Ososo Cultural Carnival.
19 Jan 2020
Abhijit Naskar, one of the world’s most celebrated neuroscientists, author, and advocate of global harmony, in one of his books
12 Jan 2020
Emotions ran high late last Sunday night inside Terra Kulture’s Theatre Arena as the superbly performed Fela’s Republic and the Kalakuta Queens musical theatre show...

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