Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Terra Kulture in collaboration with Jasonvision
Yerima’s Feast

(Live Drama every Sunday)

Sunday March 2
The Wives
Written by Ahmed Yerima
directed by Kenneth Uphopho

Sunday March 9
Written by Ahmed Yerima
Performed by Renegade Theatre

Sunday March 16
The Angel
Written by Ahmed Yerima
Performed by Renegade Theatre

Sunday March 23
Hard Ground
Written by Ahmed Yerima
Performed by Renegade Theatre

Sunday March 30
The Sisters
Written by Ahmed Yerima
Directed by Wole Oguntokun

Venue: Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage Street, Victoria Island
Time: 3pm and 6pm (Every Sunday)
Tickets: N2000 / Students with I.D. N1500

Theatre@Terra is produced by Wole Oguntokun

For enquiries and tickets, please call- 0702 836 7228, 0808 123 9477 or e-mail

Idemili - A play showing how tradition and religion pull in different directions. In the drama, a mother is convinced the goddess, Idemili, must be appeased or her husband will die, throwing her at logger-heads with her son, a high-ranking catholic priest who is totally opposed to the traditional system of beliefs.

The Wives - Everyone’s got something to hide. A wealthy man dies and many things about the dearly beloved patriarch hitherto unknown, are brought to light as his wives converge, unearthing family secrets and broken taboos.

The Angel - Otunba’s beloved wife lies dying in his home, forcing him to ponder on his own mortality. All hope seems lost until a strange figure makes an appearance and adds an incredible slant to the situation.

Hard Ground - Ahmed Yerima’s multiple award-winning drama is based on a family with conflicting interests in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria.

The Sisters - the battle between comfortable ‘truth’ and painful reality. The play unravels the deceit that characterises the lives of some of the high and mighty in society.
The death of a President provides an occasion for Sisters to re-examine their own lives.

1 comment:

Adekunle Shobowale said...

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