Where Are We Now? A Festival of Theatre, Film, Music, Fashion and all things Nigerian!

Date: 
Tue, 18/10/2011 - 18:00 - Sat, 22/10/2011 - 18:00

Where Are We Now?  A Festival of Theatre, Film, Music, Fashion and all things Nigerian!

Nigerian Heritage Project 1960-2011

Featuring a range of activities including an authentic African Market indoors, the premiere of the documentary "From Biafra to London", a new play by Laurence Olivier Award winning Bola Agbaje and a Theatrical Fashion Extravaganza!

Tuesday 18th Oct

 10am – 4pm

 African Market

 Arts & Crafts, Fashion, Food, Face Painting, Film Screenings and more...

 An authentic African Market experience indoors!

6.30pm

Festival Launch

From Biafra to England: Nigeria Heritage Project Book/DVD launch

Screening of From Biafra to England

10 people, 10 stories, 1 journey – From Biafra to England

Screening followed by Q&A and Panel discussion.

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Wednesday 19th Oct

10am – 4pm

African Market

Arts & Crafts, Fashion, Food, Face Painting, Film Screenings and more...

7.30pm

The Burial – a new play by Bola Agbaje

When Funmi's father dies, she is forced to evoke real emotions when his two wives clash over burial arrangement. The stage reading of a new brilliant funny, sharp and observant comedy by Bola Agbaje

Tickets: £6

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Thursday 20th Oct

10am – 4pm

African Market

Arts & Crafts, Fashion, Food, Face Painting, Film Screenings and more...

7.30pm

Dilemma of A Ghost - a play by Ama Ata Aidoo

A witty, perceptive social dramas sympathetic and honest explorations of the conflicts between the individualism of westernised culture and the social traditions of Africa.

Tickets: £6

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Saturday 22nd Oct

7.30pm

Where are we Now?

Theatrical Fashion & Music Extravaganza –

An innovative pop up Fashion Theatre Show featuring guest performances by traditional and contemporary artists.

Tickets: £8

The Albany, Douglas Way, SE8 4AG BOX OFFICE 0208 692 4446

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Contact: 
Vera Janke
Contact email: 
info@stonecrabs.co.uk