Theatre @Terra returns with “Sometime in May,” as “Kashimawo” brings MKO Abiola to the stage at Easter

In a spectacular comeback, Theatre @Terra is set to enchant audiences with Sometime in May, a romantic comedy penned by the talented @deblasanta and directed by @AustineOnuoha_. 

That is even as Kashimawo, by the Duke of Shomolu Foundation, is set to resurrect the symbol of democracy, Chief MKO Abiola, at the prestigious Agip Recital Hall of the Muson Centre in Lagos this Easter.

Prepare for laughter, tears and cheers as Sometime in May features the hilarious make-or-break wedding arrangement of a struggling photographer and his overzealous fiancée in the captivating Terra Kulture Lawn. Starring @wumituase, @thediahemmanuel, @joynmezi_, and @toyin_buraimoh_, this garden theatre experience promises an unforgettable journey on February 3,4,10,11,17,18,24, and 25th at 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Powered by Wizevisualng, Nevana Productions and Nimbuzmedia, grab your early bird tickets until February 2 after which regular tickets will sell for more at

Kashimawo, under the direction of Prof Rasaki Bakare Ojo on the other hand, delves into Yoruba mythology, offering a unique perspective on Abiola’s life, emphasising spirituality over politics. 

In a statement released by Mofoluwake Edgar, managing director of Duke of Shomolu Foundation “Kashimawo will delve very deeply into Yoruba mythology in an attempt to tell the story of this remarkable Nigerian whose very colourful life and ultimate sacrifice berthed the present democracy we now enjoy”.

Written and directed by one of Nigeria’s foremost theatre directors Prof Rasaki Bakare Ojo who also happens to be the Commissioner for Arts and Culture in Ekiti State, Kashimawo would introduce the mythical characters that formed and guided the personality of the great MKO Abiola.

The production is sponsored by First Bank of Nigeria Limited, LIRS and Unified Payment.

Don’t miss this extraordinary blend of folklore and philosophy, aiming to understand the evolving spirituality of a man destined for greatness. 

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