Theatre on the Mainland Presents ‘White Papers’

Do you live on the Lagos mainland? Been looking for regular theatre events near you? Look no more because Theatre on the Mainland has got you covered.

Theatre on the mainland is set up to promote the richness of Nigerian art and establish live theatre as major source of entertainment on Lagos mainland. With over 100 performances since inception in January 2013, and production of exclusive stage plays every month, we stand as the most consistent theatre and original stage content production company in Lagos.

Enjoy the latest offering from Theatre on the Mainland, White Papers.

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Itan – Showing this Easter

Itan

If you missed your chance to watch the stage play Itan at the Lagos Theatre Festival a few weeks ago, listen up cos you’re in luck! Thespian Family Theatre & Productions will be showing Itan this Easter.

ÌTÀN (the Story), staged by THESPIAN Family Theatre & Productions, is an intriguing play laced with both cultural and contemporary dance and music, based on cross-generational conflicts prevalent in our modern day world.

‘Old school, die-hard’ village elder, Pa Latinwo, is shocked to realise that his lost and found ‘city roller-coaster’ grandson, Dee-Kay, wants no part in his world. Both rooted in their beliefs, they battle for supremacy for themselves and their generations. TIME (personified as Àsìkò) catches up with them and takes them on a journey into the past and future. They discover dark secrets that have been shrouded by the veil of time. Will this mediation save the day or tear both worlds further apart?

Date: Saturday & Sunday, 26 & 27 March 2016
Time: 3 PM & 6 PM daily
Venue: AGIP Recital Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos
Tickets: Regular: N5,000; Students (with ID): N1,500; VIP: N10,000; Premium: N25,000
*Tickets available at the door and at NaijaTicketShop

 

Meadow Hall Presents: A Season of Soyinka

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This Sunday, Meadow Hall Schools presents ‘A Season of Soyinka’, featuring three playlets by the famed writer:

  • A Play of Giants
  • Child Internationale
  • Alapata Apata

Each ticket allows admittance for all three of the playlets, which will be performed by students of Meadow Hall.

Date: Sunday, 13 March 2016
Time: 2 PM & 5 PM
Venue: The Muson Centre, Onikan
Tickets: N5,000 (VIP) | N3,000 (Regular) | N1,500 (guests under 14)

Tickets will be available at the door.

Lagos Theatre Festival 2016 Calendar

Just in case you haven’t heard, British Council’s Lagos Theatre Festival is on this February. It’s expected to be the biggest outdoor theatre event in Nigeria and I, for one, am looking forward to it.

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The Festival will hold at several venues across Lagos, including Freedom Park, Terra Kulture, University of Lagos and National Theatre, from February 23 to 28.

Download the LTF 2016 calendar to make sure you don’t miss out on any bit of theatre goodness that the Festival has to offer. It promises to be fun!

 

Watch ‘Ugomma’ at Terra Kulture this February

Ugomma

In the month of Love, Wazobia Theatre presents the play Ugomma. Ugomma is stuck, trapped in a loveless marriage while in love with another man. What will be the result of this love triangle? How far will Ugomma go for the sake of love?

Ugomma is written and produced by Ikenna Jude Okpala (writer of Alejo and Dear Country) and stars Silvia Oko-Oboh as Ugomma.

Date: Every Sunday in February
Time: 3 PM & 6 PM
Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Tickets are available on DealDey and at the door.

Lagos Theatre Festival 2016

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First launched in 2012, British Council’s Lagos Theatre Festival is back this February. This year, First Bank PLC partners with British Council through its First@arts initiative to bring about the festival, which promises to be the biggest outdoor theatre event in Nigeria.

The six-day festival is scheduled to run from 23 to 28 February 2016 at venues across Lagos Island and on the mainland. Tickets will be available at Naija Ticket Shop, DealDey and Terra Kulture from 1 February 2015.

 

Ahmed Yerima’s ‘Tuti’ This Month at Terra Kulture

Tuti

Ahmed Yerima’s Tuti returns to the stage this month at Terra Kulture.

Tuti’s visit to her father must be worth it. This time, she wants answers; answers to questions that have plagued her life for over 30 years…

She wants to know how her childhood hero turned into a villain as she confronts her father in this no-holds-barred conversation.

One of Professor Ahmed Yerima’s most outstanding plays, Tuti is a story of estrangement and redemption. There is more to every story than meets the eye, and this thought-provoking play invites us to consider those hidden whys that we might never be privy to.

Date: Sundays, 17, 24, 31 January 2016
Time: 3 PM & 6 PM
Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
Tickets: N3,500 (Regular), N,5000 (Premium Seats)
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