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“Wakaa! The Musical” has become the first Nigerian musical to ever make it to the British capital which is no small feat.

The Bolanle Austen-Peters Production landed a slot in London’s world-class theater district and the opening night on Thursday, July 21st was sold out!

Did you catch the show while it was on for 7 days?

Wakaa! The Musical” is a play about the trials, successes, and experiences of graduates with varied backgrounds, a wager between them after graduation has a twist when the realities of life and the folly of their choices hit them. Eventually, they reunite, coming full circle. The story reveals the struggles and challenges young people face in present day Nigeria and abroad. The story takes you on an emotional roller coaster and is a strong satire of Nigeria’s politics.

If you missed it watch the highlights below.

7 Comments

  1. Noms

    August 8, 2016 at 9:12 pm

    Adeoye and Arese misses out because of AMhush and the Voice Nigeria…. feel in love with these two when I saw Wakaa…

  2. Mz Socially Awkward...

    August 8, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    It was absolutely worth the journey made down south to see it. Went with friends for the Saturday evening show that week and everyone of us was greatly impressed. Very entertaining and the cast was amazingly talented – so young, so passionate about what they do. They were also really warm off-stage & gracious with everyone who came to speak to them afterwards.

    And can we just say all the dancers were giving us workout goals? Especially the babes with their super toned hamstrings and arms – damn! See pins! Whatever you girls are doing, please keep doing it, your bodies are truly on point! ??

    Finally, Rexxie boo! Call me, it’s the real Cassandra this time! ??

  3. .....just saying

    August 9, 2016 at 5:08 am

    I smiled through out, while watching. Well done Bolanle Austen Peters, doing Nigeria roud through arts and culture

  4. Tincan

    August 9, 2016 at 6:39 am

    They did a great job. This brings back good memories. Loved the lead actress, she was amazinggggg. In fact, the entire cast were impressive, but the lead actress and actor, Rexie, Mama ke, Bimbo Manuel – whom I saw in a new light, and Dolapo Oni were just fire! Well done BA-P.

    • Sisi

      August 9, 2016 at 1:24 pm

      Was a fab production and pleasant surprise all round if i’m honest. Worth the money and would love to see it come back around. I know plenty of people who heard about it too late and couldn’t get ticket. Kudos to the sponsors.

  5. Xplorenollywood.com

    August 9, 2016 at 9:58 am

    I am extremely happy for Bolanle and Wakaa… I was also sad Arese didnt make it, but the voice was worth her while!

  6. olatunji Eferige

    August 9, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    Hahahahaaaa, please o Professor!! don’t kill me with heavy grammar! oya bring dictionary quick quick! I swear every time that actor starts talking I just burst out laughing! What is his name please? And where is Bimbo Manuel!! Baddest Politician that ever liveth! He killed me with his campaign turn turn. Tosan the Magician!! … idea! 😛 Fantastic Show. Must see!!

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