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Joke Silva, Gbemi Shasore, and Other Notables Attend Lagos Theatre Festival

The recently concluded Lagos Theatre Festival 2024 was a glamorous affair with the presence of renowned personalities like Joke Silva, Olarotimi Fakunle, Lota Chukwu, Joshua Alabi, Francis Onwochei, Gbemi Shasore, and Supo Shasore, who also serves as the Chairman of the LTF board.

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Star-Studded Lagos Theatre Festival 2024 Draws Big Names

The recently concluded Lagos Theatre Festival 2024 was a glamorous affair with the presence of renowned personalities like Joke Silva, Olarotimi Fakunle, Lota Chukwu, Joshua Alabi, Francis Onwochei, Gbemi Shasore, and Supo Shasore, who also serves as the Chairman of the LTF board.

Held over the weekend, the event underscored its commitment to promoting cultural exchange and connecting artistic realms between Nigerian talents and their global counterparts.

Distinguished performances featured Irish storyteller Niall De Burca, with the Ambassador of Ireland to Nigeria, Peter Ryan, reaffirming Ireland’s dedication to continued collaboration with the Lagos Theatre Festival.

Curated by the artistic director, Lydia Idakula, the festival showcased a diverse array of drama productions, including ‘Anatomy of a Woman’ by Nevana Productions, ‘Tuti’ by Kininso Koncepts Productions, and ‘Before I Let You Go’ by B/Rated. The audience, thoroughly entertained, couldn’t contain their excitement, expressing a range of emotions throughout the performances.

The Lagos Theatre Festival 2024 not only featured captivating stage productions but also facilitated an exchange of ideas and knowledge among theatre enthusiasts, professionals, and emerging talents. Tola Akerele, the incoming Director General of the National Theatre, played a key role in this interaction.

Bikiya Graham-Douglas, the executive director of the LTF, expressed her excitement about the overwhelming response from the artistic community and the general public. She affirmed the festival’s pivotal role as a beacon for the arts, fostering creativity, and promoting cultural dialogue.

Quramo Publishing took center stage as the main sponsor of the event, with valuable support from partners including Freedom Park, the Embassy of Ireland, Lagos State Government, Culture Ireland, and Friends of Ireland. This collaboration highlighted the collective effort to enrich and celebrate the vibrant cultural tapestry of Lagos.

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