From 2009 to now, each year Globe Productions educates and entertains over 3, 000 people with its quality, life touching and family oriented stage plays. This number has grown over the years.
In 2015 a total of 8,000 patrons watched our 3 exciting and hilarious plays namely “What Can Come Can Come,” “Divorce or Suicide” and “Thank God for Idiots.”
The growing interest of people and the positive impact of Globe Productions’ plays on them have necessitated and motivated Globe and its playwright Latif Abubakar to continue with the tri-annual plays.
Mallams and Pastors follows the story of a power drunk presidential candidate struggling to manage the stress of winning political power and overturning a deadly prophecy by a powerful man of God.
The play promises to teach the audience how to identify the symptoms of stress, how to prevent stress, the unhealthy and the healthy ways of managing stress.
Come watch Lilwin as Mallam and Funny Face as Pastor live at the Accra International Conference Centre on the 11th and 12th of June, 2016.
Two shows each night 4pm and 8pm, GHS 60 per show. Tickets are available at; Koala, Silver Bird, Junction mall, Joy FM, Haatso and Baatsona Total, Shell shops at Airport, East Legon and Tema Community 11 and 2 shell.
“Mallams and Pastors” is brought to you by Globe Productions in partnership with Citi FM and Graphic showbiz.
Latif Abubakar over the years due to its quality and educative plays has chalked many successes and recognition.
A few are an interview on BBC world service on the resurgence of theatre in Ghana and the nomination of his play in the Best Play Category in the 2014 Ghana Movie Awards.
Also, his play “The Second Coming of Nkrumah” was adopted by Government of Ghana and staged as part of the country’s independence anniversary celebrations in 2014 and the Pan African movement also adopted the same play and staged it as part of their 8th Global Pan African Congress in 2015.
Credit: Globe Productions