Lagos theatre comedy show presents ‘Alimosho Laughs: Christmas Special Edition’ to Spread Yuletide Joy

Lagos Theatre Comedy Show, a subsidiary of the Lagos Theatre in Igando, is gearing up to spread laughter and festive cheer with its special event, 'Alimosho Laughs: Christmas Special Edition

Lagos, Nigeria: As the Year 2023 Yuletide season approaches, the Lagos Theatre Comedy Show, a subsidiary of the Lagos Theatre in Igando, is gearing up to spread laughter and festive cheer with its special event, ‘Alimosho Laughs: Christmas Special Edition.’

The event is set to take place at 88 College Road, NYSC bus stop, Igando, in the Igando-Ikotun LCDA of Alimosho Local Government Area.

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The Lagos Theatre Comedy Show has become a prominent platform for showcasing comedic talent and providing entertainment for the local community.

The ‘Alimosho Laughs: Christmas Special Edition’ is expected to feature a lineup of talented comedians, promising an evening of laughter and joy for attendees looking to celebrate the holiday season in a lighthearted manner.

Residents and comedy enthusiasts in the Igando-Ikotun area can anticipate a festive atmosphere as the comedy show adds a touch of humour to the Yuletide celebrations.

The event serves as entertainment, fosters community engagement, and provides a platform for local talent to shine.

In other news, the shortage of anaesthetists globally has been highlighted by the President of the Society for Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Dr Adeyemi Alagbe-Briggs.

Speaking on the challenges faced in the medical field, she emphasized the intensive and acute nature of the job, leading to a decline in the number of professionals.

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Previously boasting 1,200 members, the society now has only 800 members due to the demanding nature of the profession.

Dr Alagbe-Briggs addressed the issue of medical professionals emigrating to other countries due to the global shortage and the high demand for Nigerian professionals abroad.

She emphasized the need for improved welfare and equipment to retain skilled practitioners within the country.

The President stressed that the shortage of anaesthetists is a global concern, and countries facing deficits are actively recruiting from Nigeria.

To address these challenges, she highlighted the importance of enhancing medical practitioners’ welfare and ensuring appropriate equipment availability.

The Society for Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine is hosting a conference focused on continuous knowledge enhancement for its members.

The conference aims to improve medical practice, focusing on cancer care, pain relief, emergency care, and intensive care.

As the Lagos Theatre Comedy Show prepares to bring joy to the local community with its ‘Alimosho Laughs: Christmas Special Edition,’ the broader healthcare discussions underscore the need for attention to the challenges faced by medical professionals to ensure the continued provision of quality healthcare services.

 

This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

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