The film, music and theatre world have come together for Africa’s largest performance festival – Lagos Fringe Festival 2018. The 3-day event commenced yesterday 16th November and will end on Sunday, 18th o9f November 2018.
The organizers of the festival led by Kenneth Uphopho unveiled a line-up of several captivating and fascinating plays expected to showcase.
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Showcasing at the various strands of venues of the festival including Terrakulture, Main Lagos Fringe Stage, Kongi’s Harvest Gallery, Freedom Park, British Council, The Ramp, British Council, Main stage & Amphitheatre, these plays will serve to entertain attendees and give them memorable theatre experiences.
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Speaking about the event, Festival Producer, Brenda Uphopho said “The Lagos Fringe will be showcasing the best and brightest of talents Lagos has to offer, a week-long adventure of everything art and culture. We also made sure that we added a lot of exciting activities for kids so the whole family can partake of the festivities.”
Lagos Fringe was inspired by the desire to provide a platform for network, showcase, empowerment and engagement for arts makers, to develop the connection to audiences and international guests/promoters.