Oladipo Agboluaje (born 1968) is a British playwright. He was born in Hackney and educated in Britain and Nigeria, studying theatre arts at the University of Benin. He later wrote a doctoral thesis at the Open University on West and South African drama.
His works include:
- Early Morning, at Ovalhouse, produced by Futuretense in 2003.
- God is a DJ, presented in 2006 at the Redbridge Drama Centre and elsewhere.
- The Estate, presented in 2006 as a co-production of the Tiata Fahodzi company and the Soho Theatre.
- The Christ of Coldharbour Lane, presented in 2007 at the Soho Theatre, where he was Writer in Residence.
- For One Night Only, presented on tour and at Ovalhouse in 2008.
- The Hounding of David Oluwale, an adaptation of Kester Aspden's book Nationality: Wog, about the life and death of David Oluwale, presented at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and elsewhere in 2009.
- Iya Ile (The First Wife), at Soho Theatre, as a co-production of Tiata Fahodzi and Soho Theatre, 2009.
- The Garbage King, adaptation of Elizabeth Laird's novel, Unicorn Theatre, 2010.
- Say Goodbye Twice, BBC Radio 3, first aired in 2010.
- Giant Killers, Theatre Royal Plymouth/Polka Theatre, 2013.
- Threshold, Collective Artistes/University of Richmond, Virginia, April 2014.
- Obele and the Storyteller, World Book Capital, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, April 2014.
- Immune, Royal and Derngate Northampton, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Royal Plymouth, 2015.
- "Participant biographies: Oladipo Agboluaje". Writernet - Paris 2006. Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- "Pursued by a bear productions". Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- Vale, Paul (23 October 2006). "God is a DJ". The Stage. Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- Woodger, Andrew (15 May 2006). "The Estate". BBC Suffolk. Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- "The Christ of Coldharbour Lane". Soho Theatre. Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- "The Hounding of David Oluwale". West Yorkshire Playhouse. Retrieved 2008-12-12.
- "African Theatre Company". Tiata Fahodzi. Retrieved 2012-04-19.
- Otas, Belinda (23 April 2008). "An interview with Oladipo Agboluaje". The New Black Magazine.
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