Sè Theatre

Sè Theatre

Sè Theatre is the name of a theatre organisation. As one of very few Nigerian theatre organisation in Sierra Leone, Se Theatre is aiming towards a solid theatrical presence in Africa. To provide values, to direct audience and indirect audiences. Members of the company are engaged in a full-time in performances, outreach programs and management of the theatre arts.

About us

Sè Theatre was founded in 2016 by the director Olusoji Seye and co. Much work has been put not only into performances, but also into establishing the theatre as a cultural developmental center of local communities. And into educational and outreach programs. Se Theatre is deeply rooted in local communities, regional boundaries in Africa and beyond.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to boost the career of young artists in a trajectory of success in Africa. Se Theatre is set to revive theatrical activities, which will in turn aid the promotion of Arts, Culture and Tourism.

Our Mission.

This initiative is geared towards rebranding Africa through theatrical productions. It aims to give young people the opportunity to showcase their talents in the atmosphere of peace and stability. We promote the rich cultures of African nations, both national and international levels.

Our Aims and Objectives

Sè Theatre aims to make the theatre accessible with an artistic depth and to collaborate with the audience to think and feel together. In order to do so, the organization is required.

• To create good performances
• To contribute socially and ethically through its work in theatre
• To raise an understanding and recognition towards the public values through its activities and projects.
• We are committed to promote the cultural peace, stability and education for national development with the use of Arts and Culture.
• We Promote International exchange of Culture, Tourism, Knowledge and creativity.
• We Increase public awareness on issues affecting people.
• We take artistic creation into consideration in the domain of nurturing young people through the use of Arts and Culture.

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