What We Have Done @ Oracles Artworld

Nigeria:

This was our first outing presented on the 1st of October 2002 at the Destiny Hall of Ambrose Alli University, Edo State, Nigeria. The production chronicled a picture of Nigeria’s past, present and hopeful future. It was a commemoration of the nation’s 42nd birthday anniversary.

 

Exodus:

Presented on April 6th, 2003 at the Shell Club (Warri) main hall, the premier performance of the acclaimed play "Exodus" garnered great response. The production registered an inspiring chord in the hearts of the audience gearing them toward a more purposeful approach to life and its pursuits.

 

I Can: 

A children’s day fiesta presented on May 27th 2003 in Port Harcourt (Cita int'l school ) and Warri (Rennees Fast Food and African Dishes). It was an avenue to showcase the dynamic potentials inherent in children from various backgrounds and also give them a chance to express those wonderful and creative abilities in a warm and supportive environment. It recorded tremendous attendance of both parents and children. The children today organize themselves in the ‘kiddies’ oracles club’ and are in the process of discovering their leadership abilities.

 

Exodus:

The second presentation was held on Sunday November 23rd 2003 at Oba Akenzuwa Cultural Center, Benin City. It was a wonderful experience featuring Samsong with the premiere of the melodrama "I believe I can fly"

 

The Dream:

Oracles first International play was held on Saturday April 17th 2004 at the Vienna Christian Centre (African youth church) Renweg, Vienna Austria. The poetic play yet my soul shall soar higher left the audience with confidence beyond the colours of the skin which in turn gave them a more purposeful outlook to life and its pursuits.

 

Exodus:

Held on the 1st of October 2004 at the Nicon Hilton Abuja, it commemorated the nation's 44th birthday in the capital. It was a creative celebration of art  that sought to invoke a new quest for a genuine national rebirth. This featured the theatrical icon Alex Usifo and Samsong. It also made the news on different network programmes on NTA and different media houses around the nation. It recorded a very great success as the message of patriotism and nationality was passed.

 

Exodus:

Held on Sunday December 26th 2004 at the Hotel Presidential, Port Harcourt. It was a great celebration of art in the blissful season of Christmas, celebrating the true essence of season-giving. We had large attendance, filling up the cinema hall to full capacity. It left every one happy and light with a plan and hope for tomorrow.

 

Edaiken:

Held from the 19th to the 24th of July 200 5 at cape coast Ghana, where we represented Nigeria at the Pan African festival with a very strong message of the burden of the African man’s Colour

 

Twilight:

The Sequel to the immensely successful play Exodus, it was held on the 26th of December 2005 at the Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt, and it recorded an unprecedented success in the history of stage plays hosted in the city of Port Harcourt.  

 

Watch me Laugh:

This was a comedy concert which held on the 18th of February, 2006 at the Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt. It was marked with Oracles trademark ingenuity and track record of success, imparting in everyone a gaiety and happiness uncommon with the perpetual pressure that comes with existing in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.

 

Watch me Laugh:

This was another episode of the comedy series, which was hosted in the Hotel Presidential Port Harcourt on the 17th of February 2007 at the Hotel presidential. The event featured some of the most respected comedians and musical artists in Nigeria such as Samsong and Asu Ekiye.  It was the very best of ‘family-friendly’ comedy in the region and was indeed very inspiring to those in attendance. The programme as expected was completely sold out.

 

Kwazika:

The premiere of the play Kwazika, an outstanding epic which features Icons of Art in Nigeria such as Joke Silva, Alex Usifo and Samsong. It was a two show programme which recorded tremendous success in both shows. It was hosted in the City of Port Harcourt on the Nations Democracy Day; the 29th of May 2008.

 

Live in Hospital:

Held on the 26th of December 2008 at the Braithwaite Memorial Hospital, we took the arts to the hospital. It brought relief and smile to the faces of those who have been in so much pain and sadness on Boxing Day.

 

Exodus:   

Premiered in the city of Aberdeen on November the 15th 2009 at the Lemon Tree Theatres Aberdeen and it recorded a resounding success.

 

Live in Hospital:

Held on the 12th of November 2009 at the General Hospital Marina Lagos. It was an inspiring outing.

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