• 30th March 2017

Multiple Award-Winning African Movie-‘Ghana Must Go’ Arrives at UK Cinemas From 21st April

Multiple Award-Winning African Movie-‘Ghana Must Go’ Arrives at UK Cinemas From 21st April

Multiple Award-Winning African Movie-‘Ghana Must Go’ Arrives at UK Cinemas From 21st April

Multiple award-winning African movie, ‘Ghana Must Go’, a romantic comedy starring some of West Africa’s most talented actors is coming to selected UK cinemas—and you should not miss.
The full of laughter movie revolves around two families, one Ghanaian and one Nigerian coming together. The story is about a London-based Ghanaian girl who brings her Nigerian fiancé home to introduce him to her parents, resulting in all hell being let loose.
The film will be shown at 10 major cinemas across the UK from 21 April, bringing a taste of African culture to UK’s big screens.
Ghana Must Gois directed by an award winner director, Frank Rajah-Arase.
The film which stars actress-Yvonne Okoro, Blossom Chukwujeku, Nkem Owoh, Kofi Adjorlolo and others will be shown at the following cinemas:

  • Cineworld-Wood Green, London
  • Cineworld-Luton
  • Cineworld-Stevenage
  • Cineworld-Milton Keynes
  • Odeon-Greenwich
  • Odeon-Manchester
  • Vue-Westfield Stratford
  • Vue Romford
  • Vue West Thurrock
  • Vue Croydon Purley

The film has been brought to the UK by Evrit Films, a film distribution company based in the UK, which aims to bring African’s rich culture and entertainment through films to UK cinema audiences.
Speaking about the UK release of the film, Mr. Henry Kwao, CEO of Evrit Films, said: “We’re delighted to bring ‘Ghana Must Go’ to UK audiences. Anyone who knows about West African culture will have heard the phrase ‘Ghana Must Go’ and this film perfect demonstrate the competitive nature of Ghanaian and Nigerian families. It is a laugh out loud romantic comedy and I really hope that UK cinema goers enjoy it.”
Tickets for the showings can be obtained from the websites of the various cinemas showing the film—or at the ticket desk at the cinema.
“Ghana Must Go”, perhaps, “Nigerian Must Go”—the film will confirm this for you.

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