November 25, 2016

Why No One Laughs When Qudus Dances

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I have attended enough events to believe that for the Nigerian audience, laughter is the preferred response to a failed or strange performance. Not boos, not insults, not at first. This holds even for some comic shows, where it helps...

November 21, 2016

This year 2016 marks the 40th year of the emblematic play, Death and the king's horseman. On the 20th of November, the National Troupe had a staging of the play in celebration of the man of theater, Wole Soyinka. This review is not so much about this particular product...

November 15, 2016

On November 14, 2016, Segun Adefila, who is also known as the BARIGA BOY turned 44, he is no longer a boy. This single article is meant to simply glorify, both the Man and the Bariga. It is a general knowledge that Bariga is one of the most notorious areas for cult cla...

November 7, 2016

At the just concluded ART X Lagos, I attended a panel discussion, titled The African Collector; the panel bothered itself with the rise of African collectors now collecting African artists, it poses few questions about how influential these collectors are in the global...

November 3, 2016

Someone during a conversation today called me a dancer, and jokingly i said "No o, i am not o", he asked "then what are you" i replied "I am a dance artiste" we both laughed over it.

But then come to think of it. Considering what Kaffy said in her interview with Linda I...

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