As part of the December In GH line-up of events coming up this December, a beautiful African theatre is set to be shown on Saturday December 2 and 3 at the National Theatre, in Accra-Ghana.
‘The Gods Are Not To Blame‘ is a show-stopper, that is based on the Greek classic “Oedipus Rex” by Sophocles, adapted by Ola Rotimi. The play explores themes of fate, destiny, and the human condition in an ancient African kingdom.
It follows the journey of Odewale, a newly installed King, as he tries to unwind the secret of his ancestor’s homicide and the insider facts that haunts his genealogy. Through a progression of twists, revelations, and tragic events, the play delves into the complexities of human existence, the consequences of one’s choices, and the inescapable nature of destiny.
Play enthusiasts who will be at the event should expect to see a spectacular show by unwinding, pausing for a moment or two and tossing popcorn in their mouth, while partaking in the show which features the best and well known theater entertainers.
Time for the show is 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm respectively. Tickets can be bought at https://www.imagebureaugh.com or you can dial 71111*25#.
Ticket outlets are: Nallem Stores, Frankie’s, Pink berry, Starbites and Airport Shell.