West Africa’s biggest contemporary art exhibition, Art X Lagos ended on Sunday, November 6, 2016, after three (3) days of interesting and unusual live art,..
Ahead of the 6th edition of the annual Africa international film festival (AFRIFF) which kicks off on Sunday, November 13, 2016, a schedule has been released with Nate Parker’s “Birth Of a..
A video of a bizarre performance by masquerade surfaced online a while ago. The video opened with a scene that looks like the crowd was about to..
The maiden edition of Art X Lagos, West Africa’s first international contemporary art fair is set to hold between Friday, November 4 and Sunday, November..
ART X Lagos is a new art fair designed to widen Nigeria’s connection to the contemporary art scene across Africa and internationally. The fair aims..
The 2016 edition of the Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week started yesterday the 26th October 2016. The runway show commenced in the evening featuring..
Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week will return for its 6th edition from the 26th – 29th October 2016 with Heineken as the headline sponsor...
Hip-hop veteran and entrepreneur Ill Bliss is set to drop his 4th studio album; Illygatti: 7507 and as part of the build up to its..
The Lagos International Poetry Festival 2016 builds on the foundation of the festival’s successful 2015 debut. LIPF 2015, which had the theme ‘Borderless Words’, saw..
On Sunday, the 9th of October, 2016, YBNL Crew led by Olamide literarily shut down Eventim Hammersmith Apollo, a five thousand capacity venue for the YBNL..
Light, Camera, Africa Film Festival is an annual International Film Festival in Lagos. The 2016 edition was held at Federal Palace hotel, Lagos and it..
Lagosians finally had the chance to see Olawale Brymo Ashimi perform at his mini concert ‘Organised Chaos’ which took place yesterday 2nd, October 2016 at..
While his movie, ‘The Arbitration’ was screening at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), Nigerian film director Niyi Akimolayan kept tabs on the things..
Nothing, it seems, can stop Lagosians from partying when they really want to party. Not the recession. Or the rumors of a fuel price hike...