Tag Archives: Anthony Offiong

Joseph Edgar’s Oba Esugbayi @MUSON Centre

Oba Esugbayi is a theatre piece that celebrates the collective will of the people towards making Lagos a better place for all in the 19th century. A will, interspersed with love, and collaborative effort in a vision to bring about our independence as a people governed by our cultural ethos. Oba Esugbayi Eleko‚Äôs refusal to […]

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Secret Lives Of Baba Segi’s Wives Showing in Lagos

Lola Shoneyin’s salacious story of polygamy, sexual politics and family power struggles is on stage across 3 Lagos theatres. With previously well received performances from Abeokuta to London, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives delves in to the lives of the well-heeled household of Baba Segi, his 3 wives and their 7 children. His […]

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November 2016 in Lagos Theatre

November is upon us and as with any project or endeavour there is always the need to look back at what has been achieved, what could me improved or what didn’t go so well. These retrospectives allow us to then plan for the future with the wise insights of the past to guide us. Looking […]

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