Judas and Delilah 2 hits Taadi on 26th December

One of the memorable Christmas times of 2017 by the people of Sekondi-Takoradi is the stage play by renowned Playwright Latif Abubakar’s Judas and Delilah 1 at the Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel. The three showing last year instead of the two confirms how the part one of the Judas and Delilah was highly embraced by the Sekondi-Takoradi people.

With the announcement of a part two of the Judas and Delilah by Latif Abubakar Production in Sekondi-Takoradi, the euphoria in the Twin City is akin to the announcement of the discovery of oil in the Western Region.

On the 26th December, 2018 at the Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel in Takoradi, Judas and Delilah 2 will be another great Christmas present from Latif Abubakar. Even though the ticket is GHC 60, early birds would get a GHC 20 discount before 20th December.

Tickets are available at Empire FM, All Needs Prestige, Edzii Goil, Best Western Plus Atlantic Hotel and Woodin.

www.233times.com is a proud media partner of this Best of Plays ‘Judas and Delilah 2’ by Latif Abubakar.

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