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The Weekend Roundup!

Weekends in Lagos are always lit, especially with lots of events springing up on almost every street corner. Some of these events are interesting while some others will leave you imagining creative ways to pass time. The Weekend Thermometer is published every Friday just so you don’t burn time at boring events! Don’t just breeze in to read the […]

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The Weekend Thermometer 24.03.2017

The Weekend Thermometer Is Here! It’s only fair that I begin this week with a bad joke. We’re back like Ikebe   No I’m not sorry, pretty sure your favorite rapper has dropped worse lines. I promise that wasn’t a roundabout diss for Drake’s ‘More Life’. So, we’ll need you guys to tell us all […]

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Keep your mind and eyes open for Lagos theatre in October

Friends, October is finally here! We’re getting closer to the end of what has been an eventful year thus far. It’s not year end..yet, but, it’s a good time to be open to review and to take stock. This month’s theatre fare features events that are all about encouraging open – if sometimes difficult – […]

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PAWStudios brings “Shattered” back to Eko Hotel in October 2016

In anticipation of the International Day of the Girl Child 2016 and after a well-received outing last year, the Performing Arts Workshop and Studios supported by Temple Production Foundation and Eko Hotel presents “Shattered” . A stage play that portrays the culture of silence and the society’s complacency on the issues of rape. It examines […]

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Twilight Theatre goes to Taruwa at 9.

Birthdays are special occasions and are an opportunity to take stock and reflect on good times, bad times but also make plans for the future. Yesterday was a special birthday celebration for TheGbagyiChild‘s Taruwa franchise which has been bringing unmitigated fun to young Lagosians and helping discover artistic talent for 9 whole years. The atmosphere […]

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Valentine Haiku Competition

Hello Lagos! So it’s valentine’s again and we know some of you intend to wax lyrical. After thoroughly enjoying #valentinevote last year we thought, why not? We want to make things even more interesting and worth your while this valentine’s. We’ve combined one of the coolest Made in Nigeria® lifestyle brands Ethnik Lagos to bring you […]

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To a Joyful January 2016 in Lagos Theatre!

Happy New year to you again our esteemed readers and theatre patrons. Nigerian Theatre would be worse off without you the audience. We’d like to appreciate all our amazing customers, partners, supporters and friends who made 2015 the year that the Lagos theatre scene changed forever. January  began in earnest on the theatre scene and has a […]

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November 2015 in Lagos Theatre

To our regular readers and the patrons of Nigerian theatre in the month of October we say a BIG thank you!! Bode Asiyanbi’s Shattered at Terra Kulture in October was a resounding success on a number of levels, not just from the perspective of theatre attendance. #BreakTheSilence which was the theme of the Shattered stage play was actualised with […]

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Theatre Alert: Bode Asiyanbi’s Shattered at Terra Kulture

#NigerianTheatre is experiencing a resurgence now and in no other month is this more evident than in October where there is a strong line-up of original plays celebrating Nigeria’s diversity, her history, her diversity and her coming-of-age. Bode Asiyanbi‘s Shattered which is one in Nigerian theatre’s OctoberFest, as we’re dubbing this month’s collection of stage […]

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#MeetTheCast: Interview with Shattered’s writer Bode Asiyanbi

  “I’ll paraphrase Hemingway. There is nothing to writing or the arts. All you do is sit down at a typewriter or workstation, and bleed.” – Bode Asiyanbi   October 2015 at TerraKulture is a pivotal month, as Theatre@Terra hosts an award-winning but also poignant stage play written by Bode Asiyanbi – Shattered. Shattered is […]

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