The Royal Hibiscus Hotel

Royal Hibiscus Hotel Gets Warm Welcome From British High Commission

EbonyLife Films, producers of Fifty, The Wedding Party and The Wedding Party 2, hosted a private showing of its latest movie, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel (RHH), on Sunday 18th February 2018 at the residence of the Deputy British High Commissioner. It was a well-attended, lovely and intimate occasion. Laure Beaufils, Deputy British High Commissioner to […]

The Royal Hibiscus Hotel (RHH): A Review By Doyinsola Abiola

The latest offering from EbonyLife Films, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, is a ‘blooming’ love story, purposefully crafted for universal viewing. Its first screening was for a critical audience at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), creating considerable buzz for its subsequent premiere in Lagos. Contextually, the film weaves a love theme, with a mixture of […]

PHOTOS: The Royal Hibiscus Hotel Premiere

After a successful premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), It was time for Lagos to feel aldara cream for sale uk the love at The Royal Hibiscus Hotel premiere. The Premiere held on Sunday, February 4th at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos and was attended by the likes Pills of Mo Abudu, […]

PHOTOS: The World Premiere Of The Royal Hibiscus At TIFF 2017 – Mo Abudu, Jide Kosoko, Zainab Balogun, Rachel Oniga, Kenneth Okolie, Lala Akindoju Storm Toronto’s Iconic Street

The cast and crew of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel took Toronto’s iconic Festival Street by storm last night for the World Premiere of EbonyLife Films ‘The Royal Hibiscus Hotel’. Zainab Balogun, Kenneth Okolie, Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju, Jide Kosoko, Rachel Oniga and Toni Tones brought pomp and pageantry to one of the world’s most famous Film […]

EbonyLife Films Lands Third Major International Festival Premiere With The Royal Hibiscus Hotel

A charming, new romantic comedy from EbonyLife Films, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, will be screened for the very first time at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September 2017. The movie is the only Nigerian selection and one of just three African features in the Contemporary World Cinema category, which spotlights forty-eight of the […]