#LTF2018: Lagos Theatre Festival Kicks Off Today (Feb. 27)

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Lagos Theatre Festival 2018 Kicks Off Today (Feb. 27)

The highly anticipated 5th edition of the Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) 2018 is expected to kick off from 27 February till 4 March 2018 in Lagos across various venues.

This year’s LTF will focus on presenting innovative interpretations of new ideas that will inspire and challenge audiences, and new works that will spark conversations and debates.

There are over 100 performances that will be held in unconventional spaces including UK showcases from Mara Menzies and Yolanda Mercy.  There are also over 10 workshops for artists and other theatre professionals’ professional development to choose from.

Whatever your interest, be it workshops, one-person shows, family shows or cabaret, we have you covered.

You can download the full calendar and festival brochure at www.lagostheatrefestival.com

Tickets are available at Freedom Park, Lagos Island and online at www.dealdey.com

Keep up to date with all festival activities on social media by using the hashtage #LTF2018.

Remember to wear comfortable shoes.

We look forward to seeing you at the festival.

More about LTF:

Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF) was conceived and launched in 2013 by British Council, the United Kingdom’s cultural organisation, inspired by the need to provide a platform for theatre makers in Nigeria to produce works for unconventional spaces and develop audiences for theatre productions.

“We want to encourage more experimental works in unconventional spaces and foster more inclusion with this edition of the festival which will feature performances, a carnival, workshops and variety evening shows in 6 days. Our series of build-up activities to engage audiences and stakeholders towards the delivery of the festival have already commenced, so the festival has already started.” said Kenneth Uphopho, director of Lagos Theatre Festival.



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