July 19, 2016

There are an awful lot of cockroaches at the Tafawa Balewa Square. You can see them at night, dark and brown, sifting their way through the piles of human filth in the square, slithering in between the slabs of concrete that make up the pavements of Lagos metropolis. I...

July 19, 2016

‘We Almost forgot’ comes to Nigeria

The production featured six dancers and an actress from six countries. The cast and crew of Qudus Onikeku’s dance creation ‘We Almost Forgot’ were in Nigeria for the first ever performance of the scintillating dance routine in the cou...

July 18, 2016

How Should We Witness Horror? Qudus Onikeku's Performance of Trauma | Olisa.tv

A Review by Didi Cheeka

An atmosphere of menace hangs over the strangely-lit stage, heightened by repeated drum-rolls that help create a mood of unbearable tension. You are there. That sleepin...

July 18, 2016

Personal Statement on ‪#‎WeAlmostForgot‬.

Since the premiere of We Almost Forgot in Berlin on June 12 2016, many people have been greatly moved and changed by this work, right from its onset, I've heard loads of personal stories in return, which proves that it's cathart...

July 18, 2016

With music, songs, dance, storytelling and performance, your contemporary dance show We Almost Forgot is total theatre. What informed the fusion of these art forms?

I come from a tradition of theatre makers. In addition, I am Yoruba so I have a number of...

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