March 23, 2015

"We either make ourselves miserable, or make ourselves strong. The amount or work is the same." 

CARLOS CASTENADA. 

Any African artist who wants to be an artist, that is to say an innovator, who seek to invent and advance the society, must be aggressive in his...

December 12, 2014

By CHIOwA GOODNESS

The explosive dance and acrobatic moves of Qudus Onikeku, Nigeria’s dance impresario based abroad, creates a nexus in the souls of his audience each time, making them yearn for more.

A choreographer, dancer, writer, and curator Onikeku’s act explores...

December 9, 2014

From African dance to hip-hop, ballet to ballroom, the dance fever is gradually sweeping the nation, fueled by popular TV shows and the rise of easy-to-learn dance moves. You must have heard of skelewushoki or kukere, all popularized by superstar singers. Dance...

November 30, 2014

A near-magical fusion of dance and acrobatics makes Qudus Onikeku a delight to watch. Yinka Olatunbosun reports

 


The best advice, albeit clichéd, any compere can give to the audience waiting to watch Qudus Onikeku perform, is “Don’t try this at home.” This young Nigeri...

August 12, 2014

By John Enubiak.

Dancers and dance enthusiasts in Lagos converged at 194, Herbert Macauley way, Adekunle, Yaba, to celebrate and launch the opening of QDance Center, recently.

The QDance Center is a new initiative of ykprojects, a Paris and Lagosbased organisation which...

August 6, 2014

By Evelyn Osagie in Life - The Midweek Magazine August 6, 2014

 

Dance lovers will burn some calories on the QDance Center dance floor opened to the public on Saturday. The event was the first at the centre. There were free dance classes.

0n Sunday, guests were treated t...

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