Live Theatre Lagos is set to create one of the plays by renowned playright Woke Soyinka this Easter in Lagos.
‘The Trials of Brother Jero’ written by Wole Soyinka, is a hilarious comedy set on the now defunct Lagos Bar Beach featuring an unscrupulous young prophet and his antics.
Originally published in 1969, the play which lampoons greed in society is a classic comedy piece bound to relax its audience.
Live Theatre Lagos brings this amazing play live on stage, directed by Ajibola Fasola (‘What Men Want’, ‘Visafied’ and ‘Dark Trek’ ), stage managed by Adeleke Solanke (Lakeshow) and produced by Adenugba Oluwanishola ( King Baabu, Belong, A True Christmas Story , Visafied, Death and The King’s Horseman, Band Aid), and parading Nigeria’s entertainment heavy weights including Nollywood Legend Jide Kosoko, Nigeria’s stage favorite Patrick Diabuah (‘Saro The Musical’, ‘Before30’, ‘Wakaa The Musical’), Toni Tones (King of Boys), Oshisko Twins, Joseph Oriyomi, Atilola Omotehinse, Basirat Jinadu, Faramola Amosu, Diane Agbede, Emmanuel Nlemadim, Desmond Ekunwe and a host of other fantastic talents.
The play is supported by MTN, Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS, Stanbic IBTC Bank, RadissonBlu Anchorage Hotel and 98.1 SmoothFM, will be live on April 12th and 13th.
The Trials of Brother Jero is Free to Attend but reservation must be made. Head over to www.livetheatreagos.com
to make your reservation.