The unmistakable architecture of the National Theatre deserves to be seen – it has been described as either a ship, or, more abstractly, as a seagull spreading its wings. Chinese developers built the theatre and it opened in 1992 as the centrepiece for cultural life in Ghana. It’s home to the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Theatre Players, National Dance Company and three youth groups. The events calendar is getting better all the time, but it still seems seriously under-used.
|Venue name:||National Theatre||Contact:|
Liberia Road and Independence Avenue
|Price:||Admission GH¢1, extra charge for cameras.|
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The Adventures of Sasa and Esi
A family play, written for children by professor Martin Owusu of the School of Performing Arts. In the story, we see a family made up of Papa, and his children, Sasa and Esi. They live in the forest where Papa hunts. The play looks at what is expected...Saturday July 29 2017 - Sunday July 30 2017