Qudus Onikeku’s sold out show set to premiere in Lagos and Abuja

Qudus Onikeku’s latest creation “We Almost Forgot” features on stage six dancers and one actress, all of varied backgrounds and identities (Nigeria, Gabon, Morocco, Algeria, Madagascar & France).

Qudus Onikeku’s latest creation, features on stage six dancers and one actress, all of varied backgrounds and identities (Nigeria, Gabon, Morocco, Algeria, Madagascar & France). The sold out show ended Berlin on June 20, after which the whole cast and crew left for Lagos on June 21, to get ready for the much awaited Lagos premiere, never has Qudus, a world renowned dancer and choreographer, premiered his international works in Nigeria, through the active support of Goethe Institut, Bank Of Industry, Institut Fraçais and the German Embassy, this is made possible, not just in Lagos but equally in Abuja.

The Lagos premiere shall be held at Freedom park on June 24, as part of the Lagos Live Arts festival, while the Abuja performance will be hosted at the prestigious National Universities Commission, on June 26.

Tickets: Regular N5,000, VIP N10,000 and children/students/corper with ID N1,500 only.

Available at KrumpStudios jabi, DrumStix wuse 2 and Xcape Restaurant and bar maitamaOr call 08185651796 or 08064388746

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