Giveaway!!!! Win A Ticket To See The Hear Word Play At Muson Centre, Lagos

Dear Urban Women,

Two people will now have the chance to win a ticket to see the Hear Word Play at the Muson Theatre, Lagos.



HEAR WORD! stage play is returning to Lagos this December 28, 29 & 30th, 2018 (MUSON Center) as part of an international tour which includes New York, California and Hamburg, Germany.

The play which was directed and co-written by Ifeoma Fafunwa is based on real life experiences of Nigerian women stars ten incredible Nigerian actresses including Nollywood’s Joke Silva, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, Elvina Ibru, Ufuoma McDermott, Omonor, Zara Udofia-Ejoh, Rita Edward, Odenike, Debbie Ohiri and Oluchi Odii.

To win a ticket, all you need to do is drop a comment beneath this post, stating why you think it is important that Nigerian women tell their stories; and your email address, so we can reach you when you win.

Two winners would be announced in a 6pm post on the 25th of December, 2018.

HEAR WORD! is produced by  iOpenEye, a Nigerian production company that utilizes performance art to challenge the status quo and inspire social change.


Learn more about the show and book or purchase tickets by visiting

2 Replies to “Giveaway!!!! Win A Ticket To See The Hear Word Play At Muson Centre, Lagos”

  1. I think it is important that Nigerian women share their stories because of the awareness speaking about these experiences brings.
    A case in point is how a number of people took to Twitter to talk about the harassment and unwarranted touching that women & girls experience in a number of big markets in Nigeria.
    This seemingly small feat led to the birth of a powerful initiative called MarketMarch. So far, MarketMarch has touched Yaba market in Lagos and there have been positive changes experienced since the event.

  2. I think it is important for Nigerian women to tell their stories because for so many years, we have been silenced, misrepresented and erased in history and I think it is high time we take charge and change this narrative and tell our stories so we’re not erased in the history books. I also think when women share their stories, it gives a feeling of belongingness to other Nigerian women, a form of sisterhood because you know that you are not alone in this struggle and it would inspire more women to keep pushing, to keep reaching for greater heights.

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