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•Guests at the SMO Contemporary Booth at the 2018 edition of ART X Lagos.

Art X Lagos returns in November 2019

ART X Lagos, West Africa’s premier international art fair, is set to return for its fourth annual showcase. Launched in 2016, the illustrious event has since become a cornerstone of the Lagos art calendar, drawing in local patrons and a host of international collectors, curators and critics each year.

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•The Childville students performing Ola Rotimi's 'Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again' at MUSON stage.

Childville School re-enacts Ola Rotimi’s Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again

It was yet another exhilarating performance by The Childville School, Ogudu, Lagos, as they re-enacted the classical piece, Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again, written by Ola Rotimi. Not even the rain could stop the overwhelming crowd that converged at the Agip Hall, MUSON Centre, Lagos, venue of the performance, from enjoying the 2019 edition of the school’s annual stage presentation.

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Much more than a musician

There is a war song we sing in my warrior village, Umunakara Imerienwe in Ngor-Okpala, Imo State. The song is Anyi gwara onye shi anyi agaghi abia? (Whom did we tell that we won’t come?). Well, The Piano Teacher never told anybody he won’t be back.

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The Bling Lagosians living up to expectations

Finally, we have seen the much talked about movie, Bling Lagosians, written by Anthony Kehinde Joseph and directed by Bolanle Austen-Peters The Bling Lagosians tells the story of The Holloways, an elite Lagos family led by old-money-born Akin Holloway who runs his company aground and soils the family name and business with the help of his wife, as a result of their lavish spending and insatiable cravings.

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Lekki Film Festival: Ogidan, Imaseun, others bag award

IN its bid to promote and celebrate Africa’s indigenous filmmakers, Lekki International Film Festival, last week at its maiden edition, honoured many Nigerian filmmakers and producers. Among them were veteran cinematographers, Tade Ogidan and Lancelot Imaseun, and others who emerged winners from a shortlist of 15 films; which had two films produced by London-based cinematographers.

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