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H.E. German Ambassador Axel Dittmann organised a reception at his ambassadorial residence to honour the 50th BITEF and the 28th Congress of the International Association of Theatre Critics.

This occasion saw German theatre scholar Erika Fischer-Lichte present the “Talia” Award to theatre artist Femi Osofisan, whose “writings and considerations are a great inspiration for theatre artists and for theatre critics.”

The Talia Award is given for the written contributions to the art of those whose writings prompt a change in critics’ thinking.

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