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Etisalat Celebrates Customers with ‘Love & Recession’! Udoma Udo Udoma, Patrick Utomi, Olu Jacobs, Joke Silva Attend

Nigeria’s most innovative telecommunication company, Etisalat, during the yuletide season demonstrated its leadership in customer-centrism by sponsoring the hit stage play ‘Love & Recession’ produced by iOpenEye Limited. The Play, Love & Recession, is a comedy with enthralling themes woven intricately around various issues that the society grapples with. Love & Recession highlights the current…

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In Honour of Today’s International Day for the Girl Child PAWSTUDIOS Presents “Shattered”

In anticipation of the International Day for the Girl Child, the Performing Arts Workshop and Studios (PAWSTUDIOS) in conjunction with Eko Hotel and Temple Production Foundation presents “Shattered”. Shattered, a stage play, which is based on Bode Asiyanbi’s entry for BBC story writing competition portrays the culture of silence and the society’s complacency on the…

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Kate Henshaw, Funke Akindele, OC Ukeje, Chigurl, More, In Bobo Omotayo’s ‘London Life, Lagos Living’

Make it Happen Productions, one of the leading production companies in Nigeria is set to thrill its numerous fans to yet another spectacle as it presents the stage play, “London Life, Lagos Living.” A stage production of BoboOmotayo’s book, the play brings together a potpourri of A-list actors who will give members of the audience…

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‘For Coloured Girls’: Red Carpet Glam- Waje, M.I, Kunle Afolayan, Seyi Shay & Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

The much-talked about Nigerian adaptation of the renowned play, For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf, was staged in Lagos on June 15th at the Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites. Nigerian celebrities also came out in numbers to watch the play, including Waje, Toolz, M.I, Lamide Akintobi, Kunle Afolayan,…

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The Review: Nigerian Adaptation Of ‘For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide’

The much-talked about Nigerian adaptation of the renowned play, For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf, was staged in Lagos on June 15th at the Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites. Members of the all-star cast included Oreka Godis (Lady in Yellow), Carol King (Lady in Red), Funke Akindele (Lady…

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What’s Popping This Weekend! Nigeria’s Independence Edition

Hello “Style Revolutionists”,On Tuesday, the 1st of October, Nigeria will be celebrating Independence Day and our dear country will be 53 years old. This is worth celebrating, though we have been plagued by political and economic instability, things are getting better, for one it’s worth celebrating democracy today and everyday. As we celebrate our founding…

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