Open Mic. Venue: AAF, Victoria Island, Lagos. Date: January 27, 2019. Time: 5pm.
Join us at Bogobiri House for Open Mic Night. Music, Spoken Word Poetry, Comedy, Contemporary Art, open to all. Come and discover upcoming local talent or showcase your own. Venue: Bogobiri, Ikoyi, Lagos. Date: January 24, 2019. Time: 7pm.
An AFRIKOINART production set in the Igbo tribe, AJA tells a compelling adaptation of the Biblical Abraham and Isaac story focusing on Isaac’s meekness and his trust. It features drama, dance, music and poetry. Venue: Villageo Even Centre, Kubwa, Abuja. Date: December 9, 2018. Time: 5pm.
Meet the girl next door who invites you into her circus of wild thoughts and everything in between, unseen by the public. Her looks are unassuming and her demeanor is conservative but she offers you a split personality; her life and dealings are not separated. The associated difficulty of being alternative in her environment often…
You are invited to this gathering of the most interesting poets in Nigeria. They have been reading their works every month for the past 8 years at this event. Venue: Orange Academy, Maryland, Lagos. Date: November 8, 2018. Time: 6.30pm.
The 4th edition of the Lagos International Poetry Festival brings over 35 exciting poets, writers and artists from 15 countries across the world including Kwame Dawes, 2018 Forward Prize winner, Danez Smith, South African poet and activist Lebo Mashile, and a special guest appearance by Niyi Osundare. Venue: Freedom Park, Lagos Island, Lagos. Date: October 31…
Are you a lover of spoken word poetry? If you are, then you just cannot afford to miss this event! Demystifying Technology is a spoken word hangout organized by askifa.ng. Venue: Impact Hub, Ikoyi. Lagos. Date: October 26, 2018. Time: 5pm.
The theme for the 2018 edition AKE Festival is Fantastical Futures. Events and discussions will focus on a re-imagined African future. “With a perilous past and an uncertain present, how exactly do we arrive at the Africa of our dreams? What must we never forget? What must we not repeat? What lessons have been learnt…
Calling on all spoken word artist and enthusiasts for Demystitfying Techology 7.0, a spoken word hangout and slam. It promises to be exciting. Theme: The Nigerian State; Freedom of Slavery. Venue: Impact Hub, Ikoyi, Lagos. Date: September 28, 2018. Time: 5pm.
Talk Your Own Venue: AAF, Victoria Island, Lagos. Date: September 22, 2018. Time: 5pm.