Theatre and Culture in National Development (Maiduguri: Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists, 2017), a collection of his reflections, and engagements on key issues of drama and theatre in Nigeria in the context of the integrality of drama and theatre, theatre education, culture administration and the significance .....
4. Forget your worries with box office movies at Silverbird Galleria Photo Source: Vencarta.com. There is no better place to sit back and watch the latest box office movies in Lagos than the Silverbird Galleria. You can see a movie for N1000 if you are a student while others pay N1500. Visit Website | View Location. 5.
1. Get liberated at Freedom Park. Freedom Park is where fun lives! This is a park that is filled with an open air stage, museum, amphitheatre and Wole Soyinka Gallery. Most of the events that take place here are fee but the entrance fee is N200. The food and drinks at the park are reasonably priced. Visit Website | View Location. 2.
Ikeja shopping mall is one of the major shopping attractions in Ikeja area of Lagos 1. See a movie: With the presence of Silverbird cinemas at the mall, you do not need to go all the way to the Island, experiencing the unrepentant traffic, just to see a movie.
Lagos is truly a beautiful and vibrant city with a lot of side attractions. The most stunning thing about this city is that it is not as expensive as it seems. There are still plenty of fun things to do around the city that won’t break the bank. With less than 2000 Naira you can get lost in fun in Nigeria’s largest urban city.
Lekki Leisure Lake, a lake-side resort overlooking the Atlantic ocean is one of the fun places to visit in Lagos, with numerous recreational activities such as jet skiing, quad biking, pedal boat riding etc.