Friday, July 18, 2008



50 years on, Theatre@Terra presents

live on stage,

Chinua Achebe’s classic work-

Things Fall Apart

Every Sunday in August


Written by Chinua Achebe
Adapted for the stage by Biyi Bandele
Directed by Wole Oguntokun


Assistant Directors-Kenneth Uphopho, Sunkanmi Adebayo

(Plus a pre-show bonus of drama sketches written by Wole Soyinka)

Venue- Terra Kulture, Tiamiyu Savage St, Victoria Island
Time- 3pm and 6pm
Tickets – N2000
Produced By Wole Oguntokun

A Terra Kulture- Jasonvision Ltd -Hyve Ltd Production

For Tickets and Enquiries, please call 0702 836 7228, 0808 123 9477 or e-mail laspapi@yahoo.com

10 comments:

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Allied said...

Why do u tease me what stuff like this?

africa entertainment and sports said...

This is good news for me.Something for the family to look forward to ;a positive alternative to BBA 3 !

flygirlbidiish said...

OMG!!!! i'm totally missing this
i'm in love with the book the story everything
all the best
ps: please can i get to see pictures

Sherri said...

Happy belated buffday!

dScR?Be said...

I have 2 learn time management 4rm u.. remind me wen we see

Uzo said...

Finally...I remember asking when Things Fall Apart would happen...

So what are the specifics..dates and all...Things Fall Apart i read once a year and have been doing so since i was 14. I hunted and found the NTA production with Pete Edochie as Okonkwo on Video and i just cannot wait for this...

So dates please..and of course you know i will be spreading the word...

In my head and around me said...

Uzo, where did you find that? Can I get a copy, please?!!

Things Fall Apart is an all time favourite of mine and I am definitely going to watch this come August.

Good one, Laspapi.

FineBoy Agbero said...

nice!
would be there.
august us my birth month...
Biyi is my guy...

Lost at the Other End of the World said...

Nice! No be person go tell us to come back to Naija. Lost children that we all are scattered all over. When we miss all these wonderful shows and stuff enough, we will find our way back. Wole, I hail!