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Women Rising 2015

  The Life House is proud to present Woman Rising 2015 in special celebration of International Women‘s Day (IWD).  The Life House is an art, culture & lifestyle concept that offers an alternative social experience for residents in Lagos. WOMAN RISING is an integral arts development and performance event at the core of The Life […]

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OPEN MIC THEATRE:THE PATRIOT EDITION!

THE MAKE IT HAPPEN PRODUCTIONS brings The Patriot Edition of Open Mic theatre! To open the new year, Open Mic Theatre along with other artistes will be using their art to speak up on world issues and to encourage Nigerians to vote peacefully and perform their civic rights. It will be special as there will […]

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Culture Diaries; The Wives by Make It Happen Productions

  The Make It Happen Production presents THE WIVES starring Joke Silva, Kate Henshaw, Iretiola Doyle, Jide Kosoko and Kemi Lala Akindoju. The play is written by Ahmed Yerima, produced by Kemi Lala Akindoju and directed by Seke Somolu. The venue for this 3 days stage play is Agip Recital Hall, Muson Centre Onikan, Lagos. […]

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Culture Diaries; Open Mic Theatre

  Last edition of  Open mic theatre was themed ‘Home Grown’ featuring original writing. A few of my monologues were performed but unfortunately i was away on vacation so wasn’t fortunate enough to enjoy the performances, however i heard many good things. The Make It Happen Productions is set for another beautiful edition of Open […]

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Culture Diary;Open Mic Theatre This Friday

  Open Mic Theatre is back this week Friday with the Comedy edition. I have been mandated to perform something, so i am nervous as hell because i have a bit of a challenge memorising too many words. I have a monologue i have written as part of a larger body of work so touch […]

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RE-WRITING THE DISCOURSE

The 14th of February. A day dedicated to celebrating love and lovers all around the world; Valentines Day. It was also V-Day; a global activist movement to end violence against women. Women in over 200 countries, from South Africa to the Philippines and even here in Lagos, dancing and chanting all spurred on by the […]