A Retrospective Showcase Of Nigeria In The Midnight Hotel
THE challenges facing Nigeria as a country were brought to the fore during the Easter period in a play titled The Midnight Hotel. Written by Femi Osofisan and presented by Thespian Family Theatre, the play satirically depicts the various social ills ranging from bad leadership and followership and treats them as they affect the country right from independence period to present-day democratic era.
How Oshilaja Interrogates Multiculturalism In His art
United Kingdom-based artist, Damilola Oshilaja whose thematic content is strengthened by the multiculturalism space of his foreign base hopes to share the dynamics of his canvas with art enthusiasts back home in Nigeria.
Onobrakpeya, Mydrim Share Art Dubai 2015 Experience
Despite his decades of robust art exhibition experiences at home and abroad, master printmaker, Dr. Bruce Onobrakpeya has rated his solo show at the just held Art Dubai 2015 as one of the most exciting events in his career that spans over 50 years.
Etisalat-Sponsored Nigerian Idol V: First Three Contestants Make Top 12
The three contestants, drawn from the first group of 10 of the top-30 contestants, were not only the choices of the voters, but also that of the Judges, who had predicted victory for the contestants before the result was announced by the host of the show, IllRymz.
Archiving Nigerian History Of Film, Socio-Cultural Values Through Digital
The Association of Nollywood Core Producers (ANCOP) was also represented by its president Alex Eyengho along with Iyen Agbonifo, the current president of the Designers (Costumiers) Guild of Nigeria.
Hopwood’s Lens Zooms On Comparative Lagos Architecture
Six decades of architecture photography across Lagos Island by Gillian Hopwood, currently showing as A Photographer’s Odyssey, at Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi, and ending on April 9, 2015 tells the story of a city with inherent multi-culture architectural texture.
Brother Jero ... Enriching Self In The Name Of God
Live Theatre on Sunday might have seen the essence of this truism, when the group presented The Trials of Brother Jero, a play the protagonist uses religious and rhetoric to hoodwink the people doing his biddings.
Why Agu’s Pen Is Strong In Fiction, Biography
Ozzy Agu is living his passion, acting and interpreting roles. With a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The Mercer University, Georgia, Agu ventures into the entertainment world, where he has featured in different soaps and presented shows. Presently, he is the presenter of a lifestyle magazine TV show, 53 Extra, on MNET Africa. He…