FOOL’S DAY’ a play written by Olufemi Oke and directed by Joshua Alabi on the decadence in the family over the years in our contemporary societies.
‘FOOL’S DAY’ a play written by Olufemi Oke and directed by Joshua Alabi.
A rib-cracking play surrounding the decadence in the family over the years in our contemporary societies. It is a dramatic survey especially on the Nigerian family prevalent in these times.
This play tries to examine dramatically the resultant effect of parent’s non-challant attitude towards their children’s affairs outside the home. Though a comedy, the play touches serious issues that parents could face when all they do is provide for their children’s needs and believe all is well.
A certain Chief and his wife are faced with the discovery of their children and house-helps wayward lifestyle on a day they least expect and.... (This is thrilling, See the show)
When chaos thrives in the nucleus of the society, then everyone is left at the mercy of fate.
Non-stop Laughter and humour until you get back home after seeing this show.
Tiata-tori continues on the last 3 sundays of every month.
Dates: Sunday 15th, 22nd, 29th March, 2015
Venue: Ethnic Heritage Centre, 35a,Raymond Njoku street,off Awolowo road, ikoyi.
GATE FEE- 2,500(Regular)
1,000(student with I.D)