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‘Shift Lemme Faint’ Stage Play

The famous 2017 urban slang shift lemme faint which followed after the likes of “LOL”, “LWKMD” and “LMAO” has been put to use as the caption of a new stage play which is brought to us courtesy of GbagyiChild Entertainment.

The play is a series of monologues and conversations written by various awesome writers and it depicts the Nigerian life and the peculiarity of being a Nigerian… “our ridiculousness as Nigerians”.

We Nigerians are one of a kind and this play seeks to show just that, as it pinpoints our uniqueness using the ever glorious means of theatre and the tool of comedy. This hilarious play talks about issues including religion, our culture, lifestyle, our food, law enforcement, even our ever disappointing and delaying tailors etc.

All these brought to us by well-written scripts with dramatic monologues, interpreted by awesome actors, and infused with music and dance. This stage play series features Beverly Naya, Akah Nnani, Najite Dede, Omoye Uzamere, and Daniel Etim Effiong as part of the cast. “Shift lemme faint” is produced by Lydia Idakula Sabogun and directed by Kenneth Uphopho The show premieres this October in Lagos and in Abuja.

The details for the show are below:

LAGOS

Dates: Saturday, 14th and Sunday, 15th October

Time: 4 PM and 7 PM daily

Venue: Terra Culture, Tiamiyu Savage, VI

ABUJA

Dates: Saturday, 21st and Sunday, 22nd October

Time: 4 PM and 7 PM daily

Venue: Merit House, Maitama.

*Tickets are available at www.shiftlemmefaint.com

 

Featured Image Credit: PulseTv

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David Nwaoha

Nwaoha David is currently studying economics at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is a drummer and generally loves entertainment.

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  1. Ptahyor

    13th October 2017 at 12:30 pm

    O boy… Promoting our own street memes gann gann

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