Monday, August 20, 2012

Don't Mess with a Woman


In partnership with Joy FM, Roverman Productions Presents "Don't Mess with a Woman", a play written and directed by Uncle Ebo Whyte.

What do you do when your best friend steals your man? For Naa, that is a simple matter - just steal her wedding. And how do you steal a woman's wedding? This is the story told with wit and humour in "Don't Mess with a Woman", the latest play by Uncle Ebo Whyte.

"I don't think a woman knows herself anymore when she is pushed to the wall" - Naa in "Don't Mess with a Woman".

"Revenge is sweet but in the long run, it is empty and very expensive" - Odame in "Don't Mess with a Woman".

Venue: National Theatre
Date: 1st and 2nd September, 2012
Time: 1st show 4pm, 2nd show 8pm
Rate: GH¢40

Tickets available at Shell Shops at Airport, Achimota, Sakaman and Tema Community11, Baatsona Total, Frankies at Osu and Accra Mall and Joy FM.

Main sponsor - MTN, everywhere you go.
Other sponsors - Blue Rose Limited, Onga, Alvaro, Merchant Bank and BF Soap.

11 comments:

  1. sounds interesting...never been to any of his shows before though. Have a lovely week.

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    1. Trust me Priscy, it is very interesting. You should come watch. You won't regret at all :D

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  2. will be faaaaaaaaar from away by then :) Uncle Ebo does a really good job though..

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    1. awwwwwwwww... 5% done already?

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    2. 5% is almost Over oo lol.. Gotta be out and get the other percentage :D

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  3. Are you being paid for this advertisement? lol! Can't wait to see it?

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  4. Dentaa, Please I got a ticket for Sunday but unfortunately I have to travel on Sun and wont be available. I'm in Kumasi and will get to Accra around Sat. evening around 6pm. Please how can you sort me out. I could attend the Sat. 8pm one. Please help me out. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Kwaku, unfortunately at this moment, there's not much I can do. You can still come Saturday 8pm with your Sunday ticket but you would be asked to wait until patrons with Saturday tickets are seated. If there's still seating space, then you would get to go in.

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