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What’s On This Week/End 8th – 14th June 2017


Looking for ideas for what to do with your evenings and this weekend? Take a look at our guide for live music, theatre, concerts, parties, sales, shopping events and more, over the weekend and into next week. We update it daily so check back when making your plans!


What: DapMod Discount Days. DapMod are offering all our followers and customers 30% off every pair of glasses at the DapMod Store For three days, till Friday.

When: Wednesday – Friday 9th June 2017, 9AM – 8PM.

Where: DapMod, 19A Fola Osibo Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.


What: Sometime in May. Ibadan-based Raindrops Entertainment brings the”colorful” and “funny” Sometime in May to the Theatre Republic.

When: Thursday 8th & Friday 9th June 2017, 7PM & Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th June 2017, 3PM & 6PM.

Where: 1B Mike Adegbite Close, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.


What: Music Documentary Weekend. Ahead of the 2017 World Music Day, Goethe Insitut and British Council invite you to the screenings of 3 films celebrating music as an unrelenting force in the face of oppression. Entry is free. (All films are subtitled in English.)

They Will Have To Kill Us First: Malian Music in Exile (dir. Johanna Schwartz) is a feature-length documentary folllowing musicians in Mali in the wake of a jihadist takeover and subsequent banning of music. Music, one of the most important forms of communication in Mali, disappeared overnight in 2012 when Islamic extremists groups rose up to capture an area the size of the UK and France combined. But rather than lay down their instruments, Mali’s musicians fought back. This screening is courtesy British Council – Nigeria.

When: Friday 9th June 2017, 4PM.

Where: Goethe-Institut Nigeria, 4th Floor, City Hall, 30 Catholic Mission Street, Lagos.

Sumé: The Sound Of A Revolution (dir. Inuk Silis Høegh) From 1973 to 1976 the Greenlandic rock band Sumé released three albums and changed the history of Greenland. The group’s political songs were the first to be recorded in the Greenlandic language – a language that prior to Sumé didn’t have words for “revolution” or “oppression”. After 250 years of Danish colonization Sumé set in motion a revival of Greenlandic culture and identity, and paved the way for a Greenlandic home rule government.

When: Saturday 10th June 2017, 3PM

Where: Old Film Unit, Nigerian Film Corporation (beside Voice of Nigeria), Ikoyi Road, Obalende, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Song Of Lahore examines the lives and the cultural heritage of Pakistan’s classical musicians, and asks whether there is still room for them in a society roiled by social and religious upheaval. After toiling in obscurity for years, an innovative album leads Sachal Studios to international acclaim, and a triumphant concert with Wynton Marsalis and his orchestra at Jazz at Lincoln Center. This feature length documentary by Academy Award winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Andy Schocken follows their dramatic journey, and asks if they will ever find an audience at home.

When: Saturday 10th June 2017, 5PM.

Where: Old Film Unit, Nigerian Film Corporation (beside Voice of Nigeria), Ikoyi Road, Obalende, Ikoyi, Lagos.


What: Rocks & Roses and My House of Style invite you to see ad shop their Spring/Summer collections of jewelry and clothing.

When: Saturday 10th One 2017, 11AM – 6PM.

Where: Araba’s Cafe, 14C Karimu Kotun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.


What: Movienic. Get outside with a picnic and a movie. Bring a bottle, blanket and food. Bring some games or join in and play with others. There will also be food vendors.

When: Sunday 11th June 2017, 5.30PM.

Where: 19B Adeyemi Lawson Street, Ikoyi, Lagos.


What: We Are The North by Williams Chechet. Nigerian born graphic designer, illustrator and muralist brings his latest art project, We Are The North to Lagos for his first solo exhibition at Moorhouse Hotel, in conjunction with Alliance Français de Lagos.

The project is a series of beautiful illustrations from Northern Nigeria, where Williams was raised, influenced by pop art – an art movement which involves imagery from popular culture being visually removed from its known context, isolated, and/or combined with unrelated material.

When: Opening Saturday 3rd June 2017, 5PM.

Where: Moorhouse Hotel, 1 Bankole Oki Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.


What: Fabrics & Dyes. In this six-week exhibition, discover Nigerian-made textiles from farm to fabrics. Learn about our cotton, our silk (yes we have silk!), our looms and the different kinds of patterns, fabrics & dyes we have in Nigeria. Tickets N5000. For more information, contact 09092153879.

When: Sunday 21st May – Sunday 2nd July 2017.

Where: Studio of Modé, 4 Olumo Road, Parkview, Ikoyi, Lagos.




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