King Baabu play to end this Sunday

In order to wrap up the Nobel Laureate's birthday, Live Theatre on Sunday presents Command Performances and Finale shows of King Baabu and other Plays

King Baabu

Still on Wole Soyinka at 81, in order to wrap up the Nobel Laureate's birthday, Live Theatre on Sunday in partnership with TerraKulture would present Command Performances and Finale shows of Dapo Adelugba's That Scoundrel Suberu, Adelarin Awotedu's What Men Want and Wole Soyinka's King Baabu on Saturday, July 25,2015 at Terra Kulture,

King Baabu, a political parody about Africa's past and present military and civilian dictators would be directed by Toyin Oshinnaike and it would feature so many brilliant actors including Toju Ejoh, Tessy Brown, Kevin Umweni, OlaRotimi Fakunle, Seun Kentebe, Bola Akinde, Femi Durojaiye, Ahide Adum, Andrew Udo Adigwe, Ajibola Fashola, Ikechukwu Asonye and many more.

For guests who are interested in attending the event, tickets are sold for N1,000 for Children, N2000 for adult and N5000 for Premium Seats. Tickets are available at TerraKulture, and and you could win a return ticket to London courtesy of Virgin Atlantic.

The production is produced by Adenugba Oluwanishola and sponsored by MTN, Daviva, AfricaMagic, BellaNaija, PulseNG, Virgin Atlantic and TerraKulture


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