It’s a culture clash, told through the lens of a Nigerian chef and her Ghanaian fiancé. Historically, Africans have debated who makes the tasty dish best. The question is... what’s really at stake?
The play starts in familiar settings but things suddenly go left when we realise how deep the tension surrounding food goes. Its surreal yet accurate. Funny but tragic. Sad but true! Come and get your fill at Jollof Wars.Book Now
Gail Egbeson is an award-winning playwright and actress. Her writing is influenced by her time spent in Nigeria where she completed 10 years of education. Gail has an MA in acting from the University of East London where she started writing poetry, spoken word and theatre. Jollof Wars is Gail’s first full length play.
JOLLOF WARS was commissioned into a full length piece by Purple Moon Drama. It has toured to schools and community theatres as a celebration of black culture during Black History Month in 2019.Book Now
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“Who makes the best jollof? The sense of competition over this African dish is the focal point of the culture clash in a story in which Nigeria meets Ghana.”
- Lyn Gardner
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