FIPAC2016: The Annual FCT Interschool Performing Arts Competition In Abuja | Lagos

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The FCT Interschool Competition is Coming To Lagos This Year. The Annual FCT Interschool Performing Arts Competition (FIPAC) is expanding and extending its love of the arts for kids from Abuja and now, Lagos. 

The Performing Arts School Nigeria/ The Studio Abuja was established in March 2012 by lovers of the arts.  FIPAC aims to promote performing arts and extracurricular within Nigerian schools by bringing together both primary and secondary, public and private schools to showcase their talents.

FIPAC prides itself for upholding high standards by providing quality training and impactful initiatives to further our objectives. For 4 years, the organisers of FIPAC have taught performing arts classes to kids in Abuja – classes including various types of dance, musical instruments, drama, martial arts, and other creative workshops.

Sponsored by UBA, the FIPAC competition will be holding at the Muson Center in Lagos and Sheraton Hotel in Abuja on May 18th and May 26th respectively.

With over 30 major F.C.T and Lagos primary and secondary schools taking the center stage with dance, music, and theater/drama performances. Thereafter, judges from renowned cultural organizations will select 12 winning schools in both cities.

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Renowned actor and theatrical star, Gideon Okeke is a guest judge. Winners will win up to N2,000,000 in cash prizes, trophies and much more.

The FIPAC2016 events will definitely be an unforgettable experience for the participating children and audience alike.

Watch the #FIPAC2016 Documentary below to get a better feel of what the competition is about

For more information: www.fipac.com.ng Ticket Price: N750 – Student | N1,500 – Standard| N3,000 – Front section

Contact Information: 07069077906 (#FIPAC2016)

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