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Events

There are thousands of Nigerian events that take place in the UK every year, and Viva Naija is here to keep you up to date with them. From music to premieres, from sporting activities to award nights and outings just for fun, there is something in every category for every one.

We showcase the very best in comedy, Nollywood, concerts and theatre for your pleasure. And we don’t just stop there! Every link you will ever need to grab yourself a ticket and feast on something Nigerian is right here on Viva Naija!

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December 2016 is BLACK STAR SEASON at BFI Southbank!

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BLACK STAR SEASON at BFI Southbank: The British Film Institute today announces new BLACK STAR events including In Conversations with Danny Glover and Sir Lenny Henry, B’DAY: A Beyoncé Symposium and a reunion of...

Bonang Slays At The Global Gift Nelson Mandela Centenary Dinner In London

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South African television personality, radio host and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba. A former host of "The Front Row" radio show on SABC's Metro FM and the brand ambassador for Revlon Cosmetics South Africa, is one...

UK calls final curtain on the Jenifa In London success train as Shina Peters

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Jenifa in London saw it's final curtain call at The Lighthouse Hall in London last night. It was the closing night of the movie; Jenifa in London which fans and critics have given a...

The Hats, Crowns, Halos and Veils of the Met Gala

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Clearly, the unannounced theme this year was headgear. There were plenty of eye-popping outfits on display at the Met Gala on Monday night. But this year, the most memorable (and meme-able) items weren’t the elaborate...

Why We MUST Support the Forthcoming Oyo State Annual Amala Festival aka Ajodun Oka!

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London is having its annual 'Taste of London' food festival. It will likely generate Millions of pounds for the economy and be good for business, tourism, the image of London etc etc. A few weeks...

TruLittle Hero Awards 2016: Celebrating Our Young Heroes!

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TruLittle Hero Awards is an event that is not for profit being put together by Cause 4 Children Limited with the support of London Borough of Newham. The focus of the event is to...

Ale Oge – a celebration of Yoruba culture – comes to London 28th May!

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ALE OGE! ALE OGE!! ・・・ We are ready for the biggest cultural glam slam of the summer!! Think Yoruba in the City!! O ma ja wire!! Date: Sunday, 28, May, 2017 Venue: Bar Salento, 3 Clove Crescent, London,...