Duke of Shomolu berths Oba Eshugbayi

Posted by Grand News | 6 September 2018 | 1,235 times

Femi Branch.

Duke of Shomolu Productions a recently formed theatre and media production company would be headlining the yuletide season with an epic production, Oba Eshugbayi.

Oba Eshugbayi is a story of romance, tribulation and emancipation. It brings together the very rich cultural heritage of Lagos and the very colourful and insightful traditions of the Efik people who inhabit the exotic banks of the Cross River, in South Eastern Nigeria.

Oba Eshugbayi comes up 24th, 25th and 26th Dec 2018 at the Agip Recital hall of the Muson centre, Lagos.

The play will see a fine mix of veteran acts and fresh young but massively talented acts come together to put up performances that would not only leave the audience in awe but will throw up to the fore the continuous need to pass down our traditions and culture to the next generation.

Femi Branch who today is one of the most charismatic players in the Industry is Oba Eshugbayi.

Other acts include Legendary Yinka Davies who is becoming a staple on the scene, Tall Thin Tony  a favourite with young theatre goers as a result of his wonderful turn in the Big Brother House will be reprising a strong ad influential romantic lead.

Highlight in the cast is beautiful and sultry Ayobami Shodimu daughter to showbiz impresario Yemi Shodimu. Ayo is a versatile player who has carried out very important and award winning productions internationally, including some very exciting showings on stage in critically y acclaimed productions in the UK. She would be making her stage debut at the Muson this December. She is expected to bring in a fresh and beautifully enticing heat with her romantic liaisons with Tony’s character in Oba Eshugbayi.

According to Edgar Joseph Investment Banker and Theatre Producer, Oba Eshugbayi is the latest in its Heritage Series where epic productions with strong historical leanings would continue to be staged in a strong bid to “tell our story through performance’’.  It is in this regard, that the Duke of Shomolu Production platform has been set up to be the home of these productions.  The Isale Eko series which is the debut production in the series has been seen by a combined 12,000 people over its two seasons showing and would be coming back to Tera Kulture next February due to popular demand.

Written and Directed by William Benson and Executive Produced by Joseph Edgar and Olisa Adibua with Yemi Shodimu and Mofoluwake Oriyomi Edgar as Producers.

Source: Grand News

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