Lagos Theatre Festival
In seven years, the Lagos Theatre Festival has produced186 productions, 51 workshops/panels, and over 590 shows, reaching 42,800 people physically and over 770 million people online.
1 Mar 2020
The seventh edition of the Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) will end today. With the theme, Going out of Bounds, the festival started on February 27.
23 Feb 2020
From February 27 to March 1, the Centre of Excellence will be agog with theatrical feast, as this year’s Lagos Theatre Festival holds in four venues across the city.
7 Apr 2019
The 6th Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) begins tomorrow. Themed, Imagine the Unimaginable, the festival ends on April 14, 2019. It will run through the performances, whether it is monologue or five-act play.
3 Apr 2019
The 6th Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) will hold from April 8 to 14, 2019. The theme, Imagine the Unimaginable, will run through the performances, whether it is monologue or five-act play.
23 Dec 2018
Lagos Theatre Festival Foundation, organisers of Lagos Theatre Festival, have announced the 2019 edition that will take place in Lagos from Monday, February 25 through Sunday, March 3, 2019. Primary among LTF’s objectives is the showcasing of innovative ideas that inspire new audiences and new creative work that spark conversation and debate. The festival will…
4 Sep 2018
According to the latest 2018 Global Liveability Index released by The Economist Intelligence Unit and World Bank, Lagos State was ranked the third worst city for humans...
19 Aug 2018
After successfully collaborating with the British Council in producing the largest outdoor festival in West Africa (Lagos Theatre Festival) in the last five years, the team, led by Mr. Kenneth Uphopho, is set to hold Lagos Fringe Festival. The festival will present groundbreaking performances in film, theatre and music and showcase these events simultaneously with the…
11 Mar 2018
The 5th edition of Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF), 2018, came to an end on Sunday, March 4. It took place at 12 different venues across the Island, Mainland and other remote parts of the state.
9 Mar 2018
If you could go back in time to a page of your diary and re-enact the day as it went, what would it be like? Imagine if you could feel it as it happened, the smell of the room as you shed tears that made it to the pages of your diary, the heavy sighs…
8 Mar 2018
Growing up in an Igbo home, one of the things we looked forward to was village meetings, which parents had to attend at least once a month. It afforded us relaxing Sundays free of our bickering parents. With time, we noticed that the women’s wing of the meeting was a lot more serious than the…
8 Mar 2018
If you visit sites that track web traffic, you’ll notice that asides gambling and sports, one of the things Nigerians do on the internet is look for sex. This is reflected in the number of pornographic sites with high web traffic from Nigeria. However, for a country that consumes so much sex, it is still…