Nigeria's Queen of the screen, Joke Silva alongside stakeholders in the Nigerian entertainment and media industry has again converged for the second edition of Media and Entertainment Dinner to advance the industry.
Since the demise of legendary filmmaker, Chief Hubert Adedeji Ogunde, popularly known as the Doyen of Nigerian Theatre, one actor has risen to the point of being canonised at home
According to veteran actress Patience Ozokwo, no one can take Olu Jacobs' place in the film industry. This was remarked by the 63-year-old at Olu Jacobs' 80th birthday celebration on Sunday at Lagos' Glover Memorial Hall. While praising the actor for his acting abilities, Patience Ozokwo said she missed him on set and his ability…
Professionals in the creative industry and Christian leaders have come together to foster stronger partnerships between the church, media and entertainment industry.
To reecho and highlight the experiences of the urban woman from sisterhood, motherhood, child birth, ambition while painting a picture of what it truly means to be a woman in Nigeria today, a musical stage play, Ada The Country, brought these issues to fore.
22 May 2021
Yemi Morafa and Fiyin Gambo’s latest cinematic flick, The Wait, carry on the message of perseverance and hope to viewers, as it hit theatres countrywide
14 Nov 2020
The following spot is on the leading men and ladies of the compelling Nigerian drama on rape culture Citation —Jimmy Jean Louis, Temi Otedola, Gabriel Afolayan, Adjatey Anang, Joke Silva, and Ini Edo. These notable screen celebrities put up a delightful performance in the 151-minute movie about a 21-year-old female student on a Nigerian campus…
10 Jun 2020
Nigerian actress Joke Silva has debunked the false rumours making the rounds that her husband Olu Jacobs is dead. News that Jacobs is dead began making the rounds on social media yesterday but Silva has said that he is alive and well. Speaking to journalists, the entertainer said she and her family find the news…
29 Feb 2020
Moviegoers say they can’t wait for the March 27 premiere and eventual cinema release of the anticipated thriller ‘Two Weeks in Lagos’.
2 Feb 2020
From the distance, drums are throbbing. The beats stop and curtain draws for acts such as, Patience Ozokwor, Joke Silva, Kate Henshaw, Chioma ‘Chigul’ Omeruah, Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju, Bimbo Akintola, Oludara Shyngle, Ade Laoye and Oluchi Odii to tell their stories.
7 Dec 2019
Late Nigerian movie legend Eddie Ugbomah and other practicing professionals, including veteran actress Joke Silva, have been honoured with the Movie Rock of Fame Award of the Nigerian film industry.
10 Nov 2019
“I want to do you, whatever you want, Ireti Doyle hums and moves to the rhythm of “Blow my mind”, Davidos’ single featuring American artist, Chris Brown as I walk into the dressing room. “It’s her best song,” Tony our stylist chips in. “And I like Burna Boy. I know all the lyrics to his…