From Barack Obama to Bill Gates Last night, I experienced something rare and amazing. After two busy weeks that resulted in very limited rest, my body, which had been sending me clear messages in the form of muddled thoughts, blurry vision and aching joints, took full advantage of what was meant...
By - MONTAGE AFRICA MAGAZINE The earliest record of indigenous theatre in Nigeria was a stage play production titled "King Elejigbo" written by D. O. Oyedele in 1904 which was first performed in Glover Memorial Hall, Lagos. This was done after a clamour from some quarters for works on Nigerian...
By Ife Adediran With CNN and international news laying emphasis on Boko Haram and crashing oil prices in Nigeria, our economy and public appearance could use a huge make-over. The wave of change that's trending along with the new government makes this a good time for Nigeria to depend a...
“Many cows will be paid for you,” a young woman is told, believing she is the pride of her family and society and that the family she marries into will value her as their own and the union will knit their communities together. This is supposed to be an entrenched...
An art exhibition recently stripped cultural and religious norms about the place of a body. Turns out, it's not always under the cover of clothes The body. It is the first thing we encounter, even before the human being. The base before everything else is formed. For centuries, the body...