Hi Mums, Dads and Kids… Thank God it’s Friday and the weekend is here already! Are you wondering what to do this weekend? We’ve put together a list of family friendly things to do this weekend April 14 & 15 in Lagos. Enjoy your weekend!
Curves in the City
by Feyi Luther
Date: Sat 14 April | Time: 1pm – 5pm | Location: Lecker Café, 5a Tokunbo Omisore, Off Wole Olateju street, Lagos, Lekki
Introducing Curves in the City- a specially curated event geared towards improving body positivity and growing a solid community based on respect, love, sisterhood and solidarity in Nigeria.
Curves in the city strives to be the necessary gap towards building healthy attitudes in individuals in loving themselves.
Talk Your Own
Date: 14th April | Time: 5:00 pm | Location: African Artists’ Foundation, 3B Isiola Oyekan Close, Off Adeleke Adedoyin Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
It’s going to be a relaxed evening of poetry, music, pizza and wine in the yard. You’ll read a poem, sing a song, tell a story, crack a joke, perform a playlet or share a secret.
They are here for that bathroom Grammy winning performance, that dress room mirror dance, that speed painting behind note pads and Oscar worthy monologues.
Date: April 7th & 8th | Rele gallery, 5 military street, Onikan Lagos
Rele is pleased to present 5 female artists exhibiting at Her Story. Each artist shares a thought provoking perspective on what progress means to them. aspiring to provoke the audience into conscious gender inclusion.
It’s been on since the 11th of March and will end on the 15th of April.
Bantu Lagos Concert Series
Date: 15th April | Time: 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm | Location: Tarmac. Oluwole Estate, Ogba, Lagos
The Bantu crew is heading to Ogba!! Our their next leg of their Lagos Concert Series. Its happening at Tarmac Oluwole Estate on Sunday 15th of April at 3:00pm.
Aftershow will be by the talented DJ Murphylee
TIME: 7th (Saturday) 4:00 pm – 14th (Saturday) 10:00 pm | Location: Omenka Gallery, 24 Ikoyi Crescent
From April 7 to 14, 2018, Omenka Gallery will present NOSTALGIA: Glimpses from Diaspora, an exhibition of recent work in mixed media, acrylics and oils on canvas by Kunle Adegborioye.
The exhibition describes the artist’s condition, his oeuvre indeed a personal way of dealing with contrasting identities and influences in his life, having been born and raised in Nigeria but for many years, living and working in the United Kingdom.
Adegborioye has completed a Masters of Art at the Camberwell College of Arts, London, but his works retain much of the strongly figurative tradition of Yaba College of Technology, which he earlier attended while based in Lagos, Nigeria