Maybe Tomorrow at the Lagos Theatre Festival + Giveaway | Tuke's Quest

Maybe Tomorrow at the Lagos Theatre Festival + Giveaway

Hey Guys

So the Lagos Theatre Festival started yesterday and I have 2 all access passes to giveaway courtesy Live theatre on Sunday.

The festival lasts from the 23rd to the 28th and there are over 100 performances happening. For more information on the festival and to see the schedule, check here.
To win one of the passes, simply put this picture on Instagram with the caption "I want to win an all access pass for the @LagosTheatreFestival so I can watch Maybe Tomorrow by @LiveTheatreOnSunday #TukeMorganGiveaway"

 Please note that the handles are different so for Twitter it is: 
"I want to win an all access pass for @LagosTheatre Festival so I can watch Maybe Tomorrow by @LiveTiataOnSunday #TukeMorganGiveaway"

You have to be following @LiveTheatreOnSunday on Instagram & @LiveTiataOnSunday on Twitter. Two winners will be announced at 3pm tomorrow so you can start enjoying the shows as the Festival has already started. The winners must post a picture of themselves at the festival or a picture of the play.

Kindly leave a comment below with your email address and Social Media Handles when you enter the giveaway.

Find below the summary of the play.

When two long-lost friends who had fought side by side during the Civil War suddenly reunite, a police interrogation room is surely not the best of venues for such an encounter; especially when one is the suspect and the other is the chief interrogation officer. This interrogation is the dramatic pivot around which Maybe Tomorrow is built.
A highly suspenseful satirical play that speaks about our past, our present and future. Maybe Tomorrow showcases the story of our society, as told by a Police Detective and an alleged felon. The performance which features a post-modernist, Brechtian and minimalist directorial approach will be staged on Saturday, February 27,2016 as part of the Lagos Theatre Festival Fringe productions. The play which is written by Soji Cole, Faculty member, Department of Theatre Arts, University of Ibadan, Nigeria features Charles Etubiebi and Simi Hassan and is directed by Adeleke Gbolade and produced by Adenugba Oluwanishola.

The Play which won the 2014 ANA Drama Prize conveys the searing anger of a new generation in Nigeria. Maybe Tomorrow hinges on the show of authority, coercion, law defiance and seemingly cold understanding of the meeting of two long lost friends who had fought side by side during the civil war, and moved on to other things to survive after the war. While Wariboko finds solace with the Nigeria Police Force, Ododo pitches tent with his people in a militia group, Coastal Fighter Group (CFG), to agitate for better living conditions for his riverine people, who are left with tales of woes from oil spillages, devastated rivers and farmlands and ill health resulting from oil exploration by foreign corporations granted licenses to operate by the state that does nothing to protect the hapless communities. Thirty years after the civil war, the two friends meet again in circumstances that pitch them at two opposite sides of the divide.

Maybe Tomorrow comes on Saturday, February 27, 2016 by 3pm and 6pm, is facilitated by the British Council and produced by Live Theatre on Sunday with support from Naij.com, Tuke’s Quest, Stylevitae, 360Nobs, MTN, 95.1WazobiaFM and 96.9 CoolFM. Tickets to the show are N3000 and N5000 and are on sale at www.naijaticketshop.com, Dealdey.com and livetheatreonsunday.info
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10 comments:

  1. Are we to post on both IG and Twitter or either? Good luck to everyone trying. I'm really big on stage plays, esp as I used to act a bit when I was younger. I'll try maybe this time I will get lucky

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    1. Both please.
      Oh nice, I used to act too, I want to start acting again sha.
      7 day giveaway starts on the 1st of March btw.

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    2. Oyesolaoni@gmail.com IG @bambiniworld Twitter @bambiniworldlag. Btw the caption is too long to go on Twitter. Had to edit it. Fingers crossed

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  2. Yayyy re giveaways. Well done

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  3. Acting is something people say I would be very good at,but I just can't see myself doing it.I would love to see you act Tuke.
    www.jeenager.com

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    1. I'm sure you would see me act one day :)
      You never know if you'll be good at it unless you try though!

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  4. I want!!!!! @yevandy on insta and @yevandy_ on twitter

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  5. Email: adenike.g.yusuff@gmail.com
    IG: Shes_adenike
    Twitter handle: Adenike077

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  6. Thank you to everyone who entered the Giveaway!
    The winners have been announced and they attended the Festival :)
    See you at the Next Giveaway Post :)

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