This Weekend in Lagos: February 2, 2017 – February 5, 2017 #FindYourLagos

This Weekend in Lagos: February 2, 2017 – February 5, 2017 #FindYourLagos

Greetings Lagosians,

Below are a couple happenings for the weekend.

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Thursday – February 2, 2017


Thursday Evening Live 

Performance by EMPRESS

Time:  7:00PM

Fee: N300

Location:Freedom Park, Old Prison Ground, Broad Street, Lagos Island


Hangin with Schullz  (Sholly Wanna Rock)

Welcome Drinks for early birds! 10% off if you spend N5,000 or more ! Games! Music! GiveAways! Quiz! Spotlight!

Time: 7:00PM – 11:00PM

Fee:  Open to All

Location: The Soul Lounge, The Palms Shopping Centre BIS Way, Lekki – Lagos



Day 1( Screening Ojuju) Backyard Picnic & Film Nights with Legacy 55

Time:  7:30PM

Fee: N1000

Location: Railway Compound Musuem,Quarter 17, Federal Road, Railway Compound, Ebute Metta

Tip of the Day: Romero and his friends have to fight their way out of their neighborhood when the water supply infects people with rabid river blindness.


Friday – February 3, 2017

Nowhere to Run

You are cordially invited to our environmental sustainability forum themed – ‘Nowhere to Run: Nigeria’s Climate and Environmental Crisis’. This forum is hosted by LBS’ First Bank Sustainability Centre, Shehu Musa Yar’adua Foundation and LBS’ MBA 14 Class

Time:  2:00PM – 4:00PM

Fee: Open to All

Location: Coca Cola Classroom, Ground floor, Lagos Business School. KM 22, Lekki – Epe Expressway, Ajah, Lagos, Nigeria


Family Friends Exhibition  (Tunde Alara)

Come through for the homies! Every friday for the next 5 weeks.

Time: 5:00PM – 10:00PM

Fee:  Open to All

Location: WAFFLESNCREAM Skateshop, 234 Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos


Big Band Fridays

Afrobeat with AK47

Time:  7:00PM

Fee: N300

Location:Freedom Park, Old Prison Ground, Broad Street, Lagos Island



AfroSoul, Deep House, Trap

Time: 9:00PM – LATE

Fee: Open to All 

Location: Ice Lounge, 24 Idejo Street, Off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island

To RSVP: 08181007203

Saturday – February 4, 2017


Pop Up 30

Pop-Up 30 is an initiative curated for small scale brands to showcase their products at reasonable price points in a fresh and relaxing shopping environment. The vision is to give small brands the space to ‘POP UP’ literally. With a variety of vendors for food, fashion, beauty products and children’s activities; the event guarantees a great mix of brands and
activities to cater to the whole family.

Time:  10:00AM – 7:00PM

Fee: Open to All

Location:  Plot C1, 5th Avenue, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos



Burlesque (Chair Dance) by Red Caramel Dance and Fitness

Ladies, if you are feeling the Valentine’s buzz already, here’s a chance for you to love yourself first before you spread love to others! Burlesque (chair dance) allows you to step outside your comfort zone and try something new incorporating slow, controlled movements, urban dance moves, core conditioning and flexibility training. This week’s dance routine song is “Do not Disturb” by Teyana Taylor. Please wear comfortable clothing (a top, leggings, socks) and bring a pair of your most comfortable heels.

Time: 11:00AM

Fee:  ₦2500

Location: Alexis Studio (Art Cafe), 282 Akin Olugbade Street, Victoria Island

Contact: 09092768082



You’re invited to join us this Saturday, the 4th of February 2017, as we host our guest designer – Kumesu Kumesu is a Congolese luxury leather goods and accessories brand based in Kinshasa and Lagos. The brand specialises in one-off handmade leather products designed and produced in both Kinshasa and Lagos. The IAMISIGO showroom will be hosting Kumesu for 6 months with a Private viewing on Saturday the 4th of February from 3pm to 9pm and will be offering a 10% discount on all products for that day only.

Time: 3:00PM – 9:00PM

Fee:  Open to All

Location: IAMISIGO, 16 Karimu Kotun, Victoria Island, Lagos



Quintessence Book Launch  (Platter of Gold – Making Nigeria 1906 – 1960)

Join us at Quintessence gallery as we host Olasupo Shasore (SAN), for the reading and signing of his latest book: “A Platter of Gold”

Time: 4:00PM – 6:00PM

Fee:  Open to All

Location: Quintessence, Park View Estate Entrance, Off Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos


Dream. Love. Play

A day dedicated to getting outside, enjoying life, and spreading love. Come out with games, food for the grill, and a bottle of whatever you would like. It’s going to be a magical day! Lets Dream. Love. Play! P.s. We’ll have a bouncy castle!!!

Time: 4:00PM – 10:00PM

Fee: Open to All

Location:  Seven8 Playground, 13B Adebayo Doherty Lekki Phase 1

Tip of the Day: We start on time & we’ll finish on time.


Don’t Drop the Mic – Money Matters & Lord of the Mic

This Saturday Don’t Drop The Mic (DDTM) is taking a closer look at money matters, cause let’s face it, money matters!! Through their unique lens of creativity and fun, everything from bad investments to the strange things people do for money will be thrown on the table as the DDTM artists improvise with various scenarios on the spot. This Saturday is extra special because DDTM will be launching a new competition this week known as “Lord of the Mic”. Lord of the Mic is a segment in the DDTM show where artists compete in a number of creative challenges in order to discover who will be crowned “The Lord of The Mic” 10 artists (Rappers, Singers, Comedians, Actors or Dancers) are divided into two teams, and though they will be working together, they will be judged as individuals by the audience and special guests of the night. The designated tasks will be created on the spot through the help of the audience and artists will have to adapt and respond creatively to whatever scenarios are thrown at them – which this week will revolve around “money matters”. Through a process of elimination, the 2 most creative individuals will go head to head until a winner emerges as “The Lord of the Mic” 

Time: 7:00PM – 10:00PM

Fee: Open to All

Location: Bogobiri House, 9, Maitama Sule Street off Awolowo Road, South-West Ikoyi


WakaFlicks (Green White Green)

Backyard Picnic & Film Nights with Legacy 55

Time:  7:30PM

Fee: N1000

Location: Railway Compound Musuem,Quarter 17, Federal Road, Railway Compound, Ebute Metta

Tip of the Day: Young artist friends embark on a roller coaster ride of self-discovery after they decide to make a movie before heading off to college.

Sunday – February 5, 2017


Art of Living 

Yoga for Health & Happiness

Time:  9:00AM – 11:00AM

Fee: N2,000

Location: Aries Suites, Osborne Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos

Contact: Mahesh 08072620924


Kayak Lagos (Kayak the Lagos Lagoon) 

Time: 9:00AM- 6:00PM

2 Sessions available – 9am till 1pm or 2pm till 6pm

Fee: N6,000 for 4 Hours N2,500 Per Hour for 2/3 Hours  or N3,000 for 1 Hour

Email: to reserve your kayak.

Tip of the Day: The water is calm and the breeze is endless. Its also a good workout on the arms.


Cinema Mon Amour  (FATIMA, BY PHILIPPE FAUCON (2015)

Fatima lives alone with her two daughters: Souad, 15, and Nesrine, 18, who begins medical studies. Fatima has a very poor command of French and it becomes a frustration in her everyday relationships with her daughters. In order to offer them the best possible future, Fatima works as a cleaning lady with shifted schedules. One day she falls down a staircase. During her sick leave, Fatima begins to write in Arabic what she had not been able to say in French to her daughters until then.

Time: 4:00PM

Fee: Open to All

Location: Bogobiri House, 9 Maitama Sule, Off Raymond Njoku, S/W Ikoyi, Lagos,


Morning Yet on Judgement Day 

A friend, fresh from the Youth Corps, dies in a ghastly motor accident while another, also presumed dead by same hospital, wakes up miraculously after twelve hours in the mortuary. This opens a golden opportunity to combat recession as his jobless friends move to sue the hospital for murderous negligence. But what do they get still? Betrayal and a handful of dust plagued by frustration. The reality of the deadly hands of unemployment buries their post graduation dreams of grandeur, under the nightmare of an unsung and spent youth force. From the play, we intend to address the need to consciously bother, manage, and even creatively recycle, the generational waste of the ‘Youths Of Today’ .When you wear amplifying glasses in the dark, what you get is amplified darkness. The play features Toyin Oshinaike, Zara Ejoh, Kehinde Fasuyi, Toju Ejoh, Biodun Kassim, Olumegbon, Dotun and introducing DeeDee.

Time: 7:00PM

Fee:N2000 Regular N5000 VIP

Location: Freedom Park, Old Prison Ground, Broad Street, Lagos Island


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