Day 7 @ETC 2022… Coasting to a closing glee with Footprints, Whitestones, Zuri24  Media, others

AS the Eko Theatre Carnival, 2022 gradually draws to a close, the intensity of its contents remains intact. Day 7 is fully loaded and like the days before it, there is not a single dull moment.

While most events happen at the Festival arena, Crown Art Factory in Bariga, Kininso Hub at Oregun will be hosting Whitestones Ambassadors’ play, Desperate Housewife.

Day 7’s menu list also includes Puppet Theatre by Goodwill Puppetry, music ensemble by Sights and Sounds de L’Afrique, theatre by the eclectic children’s theatre company, Footprints of David, and another  Zuri24 Media’s documentary on the life and works of the legendary Olu Jacobs will be screened.

Day 7 @ETC 2022… Coasting to a closing glee with Footprints, Whitestones, Zuri24  Media, others 2

Here is the menu for today

1st Feast.

Chef: Footprints of David Arts Academy.

Menu: The  Rejected Stone 

Genre: Theatre. 

Duration: 60 Minutes.

Time: 4pm.

Venue: Art Factory.


 2nd Feast.

Chef: Whitestones Culture Ambassadors.

Menu: Desperate Housewife.

Genre: Theatre.

Duration: 50 minutes.

Time: 5pm.

Venue: Kininso Hub, 19 Sanyaolu Street, off Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun.


3rd Feast.

Chef: Good Deeds Puppetry.

Menu: Let’s Talk

Genre: Puppet Theatre.

Duration: 20 Minutes.

Time: 5:30pm.

Venue: Art Factory.


4th Feast.

Chef: Sights and Sounds de L’Afrique.

Menu: Percussive Communique.

Genre: Drummusic.

Duration: 20mins.

Time: 6pm.

Venue: Art Factory.


5th Feast.

Chef: Zuri 24 Media.

Menu: Olu Jacobs, Doyen of Nollywood.

Genre: Film.

Duration:35 minutes.

Time: 7pm.

Venue: Art Factory.


Day 6 Recap

FRIDAY, August 5, was lit with a potpourri of artistic offerings. The Dream Art Centre opened the day on a high note with a solo dance piece titled  Déjà vu after which Art-O-Ten presented their adaptation of the British classical comedy, The Princess and the Woodcutter. Presented in a theatre-in-the-round arrangement, it reflected a very good example of responsive African theatre. Then came the energetic dance presentation by the Future Of Dance Company titled Oruko Mi Ni.

The day ended with a Zuri24 Media seminal documentary on Peter Badejo.

Click on the links below to have a feel of Day 6 of ETC.

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