OUR 2019 PRODUCTION CALENDAR

All our 2019 plays would take place at the 

Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel , Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, Victoria Island, Lagos  on the 4th Sunday of every month


Creative Arts Hall,

University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos

on the 4th Saturday of every month.


However, our production may sometimes align with bank/public holidays.

Mark the dates on your calendar, book your seats early and get ready to be wowed!

June 5- 7

Wole Soyinka's Death and King's Horseman

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June 5- 7

Wole Soyinka's Death and King's Horseman

This production already held follow the link below to relive its experience 

https://www.bellanaija.com/2019/06/live-theatre-lagos/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJFDf8R37s0

July 14, 19 -21

Death and The King's Horseman for WS@85

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July 14, 19 -21

Death and The King's Horseman for WS@85

 #DaTKHmAgainforWS@85

A classic play based on real events which happened in a Yoruba town during the British colonial days around 1943-44.  Elesin is a prominent chief and the king's chief horseman, who enjoys all privileges whilst the king lives. He must be ready for ritual suicide whenever the king kicks the bucket, in order to escort the latter on an eternal journey in the afterlife. The king dies and is to be buried. According to the local law; his dog, his favourite horse and his horseman must accompany him to the afterlife. However, the Horseman dilly – dally at the moment of truth. His delay threatens the continuance of the Kingdom and the entire Yoruba race. The didactic historical play admonishes the audience to always remember that ‘all is vanity’.


Though, this production already held follow the link below to relive its experience 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU-sr7CaZlg

https://www.google.pt/search?q=datkhmagain&client=opera&hs=HF6&ei=8vtQXYOsM4HwxgOKm5uAAg&start=0&sa=N&ved=0ahUKEwiD7bjDz_zjAhUBuHEKHYrNBiA4ChDy0wMIYw&biw=1240&bih=604

August 24 - 25

What Men Want written by Adelarin Awotedu with concept by Adenugba Oluwanishola

3pm & 7pm* Only 7pm only on Aug.16

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August 24 - 25

What Men Want written by Adelarin Awotedu with concept by Adenugba Oluwanishola

#WMW

What Men Want encourages women to support themselves, stand up for one another, and resist the pressure of settling to be just married because men want more than just a wife. Everyone wants a friend and a companion and a partner that bring value.  What Men Want examines marriage and its challenges for the womenfolk.

3pm & 7pm* Only 7pm only on Aug.16

September 29

Visafied written by Oluwanishola Adenugba and Chris Anyanya

3pm & 7pm

Event Details

September 29

Visafied written by Oluwanishola Adenugba and Chris Anyanya

#Visafied 

A satire about the sheer obsession of our society with travelling overseas and its attendant stress on those who have tried and failed to obtain a visa to go abroad.  The play examines the challenges of relocating overseas and the shenanigans trailing visa fraud involving Nigerians and the attendant negative image of the country.The play also examine the broad implications of immigrations and emigrations on the economy and image of Nigeria and reaffirms the position that not all Nigerians are bad or wants to relocate abroad. 

3pm & 7pm

October 26 -27

What Men Want written by Adelarin Awotedu

3pm & 7pm. Only 7pm on the 18th

Event Details

October 26 -27

What Men Want written by Adelarin Awotedu

#WMW

What Men Want encourages women to support themselves, stand up for one another, and resist the pressure of settling to be just married because men want more than just a wife. Everyone wants a friend and a companion and a partner that bring value.  What Men Want examines marriage and its challenges for the womenfolk.

3pm & 7pm. Only 7pm on the 18th

November 24

PO! in partnership with Theatre Hub Africa

3pm & 6pm

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November 24

PO! in partnership with Theatre Hub Africa

PO! is a social commentary about contemporary issues in Nigeria.

3pm & 6pm

December 22

VISAFIED XMAS SPECIAL - written by Oluwanishola Adenugba and Chris Anyanya

3pm & 7pm* At 7pm only on Dec. 13 & 20

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December 22

VISAFIED XMAS SPECIAL - written by Oluwanishola Adenugba and Chris Anyanya

#ATCS 

A True Story of Christmas is a light-hearted comedy that adapts the Nativity.  It is a musical drama that gives a fictitious account of how Mary met Joseph, situating the event in a contemporary African setting and calling out social vices such as fake news, scandal, libel, favouritism and corruption.

3pm & 7pm* At 7pm only on Dec. 13 & 20

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