Haunting, intensely lyrical, its canvas teeming with unforgettable weirdos, The Remains of the Last Emperor is a memorable portrait of the last moments of a mad tyrant and the extraordinary events leading to his final extermination.
Join Priscilla whose day is turned upside down when she has to chase after a magic gown that steals her porridge;
Major Emmanuel Ifeajuna, the first ever African to win gold at a major international sports event and Nigeria’s first ever gold medallist was more famous for his lead role in the January 15th 1966 violent coup in Nigeria, than for his track and field acclamation of the 1956 Games in Vancouver.
The scion of the Mbelede-Ogu family, Nwora, in his youth joined the West African Frontier Force to fight, along with the Allied Forces in the second world war.
It is a pulsating story about the devastating effects of war, in which Adaokere Agbasimalo dwells on the sordid consequences of civil war on humanity and the torturous effort to achieve normality.
FC Newsday reporter, Zack Liman, is murdered by government agents in Tinland when he finds something sinister lurking beneath law and order. . . Stubborn journalist Billy Dada is hot on the trail of a murder case, which becomes one of high political crime and ultimately, a matter of hard drugs. .
Julius Bokoru’s “The Angel That Was Always There” is a memoir that tells the story about a child grappling at life, trying to make sense of who he really is. Struggling and failing. Confused and lonely.
Smile, my Beloved Country is the story of a young Nigerian, Ayo Musa Okeke, who on a visit to Nigeria witnesses the assassination of a presidential candidate, Boni Konida, during a transition to civil rule programme.
This play is about the last 100 hours in the life of a great African patriot. It recreates the cumulative events that led to his assassination by his best friend and deputy in collusion with foreign governments
Michael Owoyemi is about to close a multi-million-dollar business deal on behalf of his demanding employer.