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LABAF2019 – COLLOQUIUM @Kongi’s Harvest

Nnamdi Ezeigbo, who founded Slot Ltd, has a compelling story to tell about life which can be found in his book, The Rise and Rise of Slot. Like the other book, Start up nation by Dan Senor & Saul Singer up for discussion at the Colloquium with the theme: Breaking into the New, they are worth much more than a glance.

Only those who attend LABAF2019 can get the whole picture.

Date: Saturday, Nov 9, 2019

Time: 3.30pm

Venue: Kongi’s Harvest Art Gallery, Freedom Park, Lagos

Don’t miss #Labaf2019

What Men Want’ To Hit The Stage This Weekend

If you miss this awesome drama piece in August, here’s your chance to savour the amazement of the drama called What Men Want. What Men Want is a satirical comedy about life, love, faith, marriage and everything in between featuring Diana Agbede and MaryAnn Ivy Amakor. This play comes up on October 27,2019 at the RadissonBlu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island by 3pm and 6pm.

What Men Want is directed by Ajibola Fasola, stage managed by LakeShow and produced by Adenugba Oluwanishola for Live Theatre Lagos with Make-up design by Kemisola Isijola and Costume design by Tobiloba Apelegan and Props and Set design by Ralph Ajayi and hosted by Desmond Ekunwe.

What Men Want is supported by The Lagos Review, WFM 91.7, MTN Nigeria, Golden Penny Noodles, Radisson Anchorage Hotel, Smooth 98.1 FM, PulseNG, Zenith Insurance, 02 Academy, YNaija, African Movie Channel, DSTV, estarTV, 96.9 CoolFM, 95.1 WazobiaFM and 99.3 Nigeria Info and AWATV.

This play is FREE to attend. Kindly make seat reservations at or win your ticket on this station. Also catch the show on Livestream on October 27th by 6pm via the Mhoori App

#AkeFestival2019: What is your black body vision?

It’s just hours to this year’s instalment of the renowned Ake Festival and we just can’t keep still.

This year’s theme ‘Black Bodies, Grey Matter’ has diverse meanings for different people.

Here’s a cross section of people explaining their vision of a black body.

*Ake Arts & Book Festival 24-27 Oct 2019

Don’t forget to register for the event here

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