Hey Mum! The weekend is here and we bring you interesting places to hangout with your family.
What Women Want
The Brook Brothers group (@twbbrookbrothers) of The Waterbrook church is holding an event titled ”What Women Want”, a discussion with Pastor Tony, TBillz and a panel of enlightened women.
What Women Want is a breakfast meeting (for men only) to get a better understanding of how women see them, whilst bonding and sharing life stories and experiences.
It’s broken down into a three part interactive meeting;
• A spiritual and realistic view from Pastor Tony
• A personal view from TBillz with PT as the moderator
• A Female view from our panel of enlightened ladies @smartmoneyarese, @taradurotoye, @lalaakindoju
Date: 26th of August 2017 (This Saturday)
Location: The Brook Hub, 56 Adeola Odeku, VI (By GTBank)
This Sunday, Film Sundays will be screening “Sea of Change” This half-hour documentary follows the grassroots efforts of Ikal Angelei, a 31-year-old Turkana native, to halt construction of the Gibe III dam in Ethiopia in order to protect the indigenous people who rely on the Omo River and Lake Turkana as their vital source of water. When Ikal left Turkana to pursue her Masters from Stony Brook University, she felt that she might be leaving her homeland for good. She admits to having a great degree of resentment for the place that had contributed to the death of her parents at an early age. When Richard Leakey, who was a mentor to Angelei at the Turkana Basin Institute, informed her of the impending Gibe III Dam, Ikal was forced to rethink her position.
Date: August 27, 2017
Fee: Open to All
Venue: Stranger, 3 Hakeem Dickson, Lekki Phase 1
Bag of Emotions
At last, the wait is over! Ebiye lovers come and enjoy a Fusion of visual comedy and stand up comedy on the 27th of August 2017! HardRock Cafe would be on fire.
Date: August 27, 2017
Time: 7 pm
Venue: 3-4 Water Corporation road Oniru, Lagos
King BAABU is written by the Nobel Prize Winner Wole Soyinka.
“General Basha Bash takes power in a bloodless coup d’etat and in the spirit of democracy re-christens himself King Baabu.”
With King Baabu, we intend not to abuse nay accuse but rather to use the opportunity to infuse a level of caution in our choice of leadership yet we also intend that you laugh it off. Easy laughter is a genuine tonic for recession.
King Baabu, after the manner of despotic tendencies, satirically arouses an exaggerated imitation of our participation as a people in a funny yet absurd manner.
Don’t get cracked.
King Baabu features an ensemble of seasoned theatre players which include: Toritseju Ejoh, Tessy Brown, Abiodun Kassim, Makinde Adeniran, Seun Kentebe
Directed by Toyin Oshinaike
Dates: 12th,13th, 19th, 20th, 26th & a special Command performance on the 27th of August 2017.
Venue: Amphi Theatre, freedom park Lagos 1, Hospital Road, Lagos Island (Former Colonial Prisons)