The ongoing Lagos Fringe Festival 2018 has more fun, excitement and knowledge for today!
Serving as a curtain-raiser is a dance workshop by 9am at The Museum; it will be followed by “Creating a Bankable Brand”, another workshop to be facilitated by Beverly Naya and Bukki Karibi-Whyte by 10am at the British Council; at the same time, a folk music workshop facilitated by Deborah ‘Debbie’ Ohiri will happening at Freedom Park.
There will be a trio of events by 1pm: a photography workshop titled “A Beginner’s path to Photography – Practical Lessons” to be handled by Haye Okoh, photographer to the wife of the president, Mrs Aisha Buhari; at the British Council the play “Home” will take centerstage; and also showing at the British Council is the “Bridezilla”.
By 5pm, the play “Rooliug” will come up at The Museum. “Home” will grace the stage by 6pm at Kongi’s Harvest, likewise “Bridezilla”. At The Museum by 6pm, it will be the turn of “Esther’s Revenge”. “Who is Mad?”, a film about someone insane seeing a sane man as mad, will be showing by 6pm at Freedom Park, behind iGroove. The film “The Scoundrel Suberu”, about two boys who fall in love with ladies beneath their fathers’ approval, will be showing by 6pm at Amphitheatre in Freedom Park. “Claustro”, a play dwelling on claustrophobia, will be shown at the British Council.
“Colour Me Pink” will be showing by 7pm at the mainstage of Freedom Park. The play deals with the aftermath of breast cancer and will be starring students from the Pawstudios Academy Bootcamp. “Lotor Devil’s Pilgrimage”, a play about a son’s dramatic reunion with his mother in Benin after a 10-year traumatic journey from Nigeria to Spain by road, will be shown by 7pm at Kongi’s Harvest. “Nollywood Scoundrels”, a stage play on the many funny ways filmmakers audition and select their actors and actresses and produce their local films, will be shown by 7pm at Amphitheatre in Freedom Park.