Ayo Jaiyesimi’s ITAN (the Story) staged by THESPIAN Family Theatre & Productions, is an intriguing stageplay performed in English, laced with cultural and contemporary dance and music. ITAN is based on cross-generational conflicts prevalent in our modern day world. Venue: Agip Hall, Muson Center, Onikan, Lagos. Date: April 20 – 22, 2019. Time: 1pm, 4pm,…
The authenticity of the cross and the resurrection of Jesus the core of the Christian faith is put to trail in an open court. Was it a myth or historical fact? A conspiracy, code, and well planned? Find out more. Venue: National Theatre, Surulere, Lagos. Date: April 20 – 22, 2019. Time: 1pm & 5pm.
Queen Moremi – The musical Venue: Terra Kulture Arena, Victoria Island, Lagos Date: April 18 – May 5, 2019 Time: 3&7pm
High is an original, contemporary stage play which tackles the issues surrounding substance abuse amongst teenagers in a social media-obsessed world. Venue: Shell Hall, MUSON Center, Lagos. Date: April 13 – 14, 2019. Time: 2pm & 6pm.
Arojah Royal Theatre in continuation invite all lovers of theatre to the Abuja Premier of Austin Awulonu’s play, ANGST, featuring Oluwatoba Oyewale, Oluwaseun Odukoya, Israel Isaac and Ezra Boboi. Venue: The Porch, Omega Event Centre, Maitama, Abuja. Date: March 30, 2019. Time: 6pm.
The play features a stellar cast comprising some of Nigeria’s finest theatre exports, Toyin Oshinaike, Zara Udofia Ejoh, and Albert Akaeze as directed by Toritseju Ejoh. Venue: Agip Recital Hall, Muson Center, Onikan, Lagos. Date: March 29 & 31, 2019. Time: 3pm & 7pm.
Colour Me Pink. Total Physical theatre piece that deals with the aftermath of Breast Cancer. Starring students from the Paw studios Nigeria Academy Bootcamp. Fee: N3000. Venue: Freedom Park, Broad Sreet, Lagos. Date: March 8 – 10, 2019. Time: 7.30pm.
Hear Word! Naija Women Talk True. Tickets: N5,000, N10,000. Venue: Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos. Date: March 7, 2019. Time: 7pm.
This edition of the Lagos Theatre Festival will be showing new work that will portray Imagine the Unimaginable of Lagos. The theme was selected to capture through performance, the expressed in the comings and goings, the repetitive activities of the city and society at large. Venue: Freedom Park, Lagos Island, Lagos. Date: March 4 –…
Ola Rotimis play Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again, tells the story of Lejoka-Brown, an ex military major, who has taken to dabbling in politics so that he too can partake in the national chin chin. One of his problems is that he does not have the slightest understanding of the workings of politics, relying…