Keeping track of London’s theatreland would be a full-time job, and I’ve already got one of those (kind of), so I don’t tend to post about plays and the like. However, here’s something I came across recently which I thought I’d mention – a mini-festival of plays exploring connections between two cities, Lagos and London.
I say ‘mini’ – London via Lagos actually goes on from early May until mid-July, taking over South London’s Oval House Theatre with three new British-Nigerian plays. First up is Pandora’s Box by Ade Solanke, taking the middle slot is Little Baby Jesus by Arinze Kene, and last but not least is Fixer (pictured) by Lydia Adetunji. For more info about the plays, playwrights, tickets and times, see the website.