Captivating Stage Plays to Look Forward to at the Grand Lagos Fringe Festival 2018
The film, music and theatre world is about to come together for Africa’s largest performance festival – Lagos Fringe Festival 2018 and Nigerians are looking forward with great excitement.
A pivotal aspect of the Lagos Fringe is theatre, and organisers of the festival led by Kenneth Uphopho have unveiled an engaging line-up of plays, including Claustro, Cliché, Save Our Song & That Scoundrel Suberu, L’Otor The Devils Pilgrimage, Save Our Song, Light Up Your World – For Kids, Naija Saga, HOME, Who is Mad? and Bad Women. Others are; CORA Book & Art Fair, Music Concert, Nollywood Scoundrels, A Parliament of Vulture, Defiance, Drooping Palm, Goodnight Drama, Rooliug, Under The Rainbow, Esther’s Revenge, Colour Me Pink, That Scoundrel Suberu, Cloned Lives, August Meeting, HELP!!! and Bridezilla.
Showcasing at the various venues of the festival including Terra Kulture, Main Lagos Fringe Stage, Kongi’s Harvest Gallery, Freedom Park, British Council, The Ramp, British Council, Main Stage & Amphitheatre, these plays will serve to entertain and give attendees a memorable experience.
Speaking on the plays, Festival Producer Brenda Uphopho said:
“The Lagos Fringe will be showcasing the best and brightest of talents Lagos has to offer, a week-long adventure of everything art and culture. We also made sure that we added a lot of exciting activities for kids so the whole family can partake of the festivities.”
Lagos Fringe was inspired by the desire to provide a platform for artists and cultural producers to network, as well as showcase, empower, engage and develop new audiences, both local and international.
ABOUT LAGOS FRINGE
The Lagos Fringe strands is an open-access showcase for performers, exhibitors, vendors and production companies to present their work without restriction to style, such as theatre, children’s theatre, dance, film, spoken word, comedy, puppetry, cabaret, photography, face painting, martial arts display, music and interdisciplinary arts.
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