The stage play “I Slept With Your Wife”, written by Uncle Ebo Whyte is showing again on Saturday, July 2, in partnership with the National Theatre and Joy FM.

The premiere of the 2-hour play on June 25, by Roverman Productions, was a blast.

So, don’t lose out on the fun today and grab your tickets. A ticket goes for ¢100 only.

The first show starts at 4 pm and ends at 6 pm. The second show will begin at 8 pm on the dot.

Uncle Ebo’s 'I slept with your wife' shows again at National Theatre

Where else to be if not the national theatre, the place you get served with the hard truth and laughter – simply put, a satire.

This journey by air takes you to the world of politics (believed to be a man’s world). Even with power, man is barely able to achieve much without a woman – a perception James Brown held close to his heart.

It is a world filled with love, greed, friendship, twist and turns.

Uncle Ebo lays it all bare for you to be a judge.

The play will also show on Sunday, July 3, at 4pm and 8pm respectively.

Be punctual so as not to miss a single scene.

Remember all Covid-19 safety protocols will be observed so be kind enough to come with a nose mask.