T A P E Collective Presents Conjuring Voodoo (Juju Stories + Live: Ese & The Vooduu People)

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

19-01-22 Conjuring Voodoo

Image: Juju Stories, Abba Makama, C.J. 'Fiery' Obasi, Michael Omonua, 2021

T A P E Collective takes us on a deep dive into the rich history of folklore and mysticism with this special presentation screening of Juju Stories; a three-part anthology film exploring stories rooted in Nigerian folklore and urban legend written and directed by C.J. Obasi, Abba Makama and Michael Omonua. The film features three stories: "Love Potion" by Omonua, "YAM" by Makama, and "Suffer The Witch" by Obasi

The screening will be followed by a live musical performance by Ese & The Vooduu People

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

7:00 pm

Juju Stories

Juju Stories

Abba Makama, C.J. 'Fiery' Obasi, Michael Omonua




A three-part anthology film exploring juju (magical) stories rooted in Nigerian folklore and urban legend, written and directed by the Nigerian new wave cinema collective known as Surreal16.

Ese & The Vooduu People

Ese & The Vooduu People

Born and raised in Bermondsey, London, Ese Okorodudu is a professional musician, singer, songwriter and performer based in the South-West of the capital.

Graduating from London’s most demanding performing arts school, (the streets, as a busker), Ese (vocals, guitar) is backed by the incendiary Vooduu People: ex-Noisette Pharoah Russell (drums), Basile Petite (bass) and – since June 2018 – Destra Orsheena “Sheena” Ross on backing vocals. Keyboardist Jackson Baird has also joined the core quartet as a regular collaborator, along with back-up bassist Indigo Pearce.

A fiery songwriter, Ese and her band are inspired by a range of legends, from Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone to Led Zeppelin via The Isley Brothers, Bowie, Gil Scott-Heron, Prince and Skunk Anansie.