Tunmigbe: When Drama Takes A Different Twist On Stage
Even as the memories of the event seek to linger forever, it is not out of place to say that a touch of indigenous culture goes a long way in making a difference to everything called art as this was the top sauce to the exceptionality menu of the day.
The screen-to-stage performance tagged Tunmigbe was from the stable of Creative Village production and had people gazing as the lead acts; Oladunni Badru took turns to drop their Jaws
with every of the script performance.
The creme de la creme in the entertainment industry were not left out too as they rocked the red carpet sizzling and rocking stunning outfits that speaks volume beyond what words can describe.
Celebrities like; Pasuma Wonder, Damola Olatunji and his adorable wife, Lateef Adedimeji, Olajumoke Orisajuna, Morayo Oluwaseun Joseph, Wale Akorede Okunnu, Olatayo Amokade and many more.
The organizers of Tunmigbe also used the medium to encourage Nigerians most especially Couples and lovers to develop the habit of watching stage drama, music and dance live at the theatre and also spend sometime together away from the every day life hustle and bustle.
"Considering the present depressed state of the economy as well as individuals, couple need to stick together and scale through the situation and this can work when they try as much as possible have fun and laugh away their sorrow from time to time through casual dates in a relaxed laden atmosphere"
Tunmigbe was a wholesome representation of Nigerian diverse cultural heritage on stage through the use of music, songs, dance and drama using the yoruba language and encourage Africans not to forget their roots come what may.
"We need to write our stories ourselves and not expect outsiders to do that for one. We own our history and can be in the best place to position them in the right order to other communities abroad" Oladunni said.
Buttressing the relevance of the event to the every Nigerian families as well as love birds, Adebukola Olanrewaju Olakunle known as Mr Kogberegbe noted that, "it is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages, thus, our main aim through our sit-com, Mr and Mrs Kogberegbe is solely to revive that show of friendship in every relationship most importantly among married couples for a better and sane society."