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Br’er Cotton (7-31 Mar)
Lynchburg, Virginia, on the former site of a cotton mill. 14 year old Ruffrino is struggling to make sense of... Read more
Brothers Size (19 Jan-14 Feb)
The Brothers Size, part of a trilogy titled The Brother/Sister Plays, is a sultry, vibrant and music-filled drama from Tarell McCraney one... Read more
Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (15 Jan-3 Feb)
Is a one-woman play written by Anna Deveare Smith about the 1992 riots in Los Angeles following... Read more
Five Guys Called Moe Returns (1 Dec-24 Feb)
Some of the numerous hits of the godfather of rhythm and blues Louis Jordan have been... Read more
Barbershop Chronicles (1 Dec-9 Jan 2018)
Black-owned barbershops are more than just places to get a shave and a haircut. Their position in American culture... Read more
Michael Buffong, Talawa Theatre – Guys & Dolls Interview (2 Dec-27 Jan)
This Christmas director Michael Buffong transports the smash-hit musical GUYS AND DOLLS up-town to 1939 Harlem... Read more
Miles Yekinni Interview (The Comedy about a Bank Robbery)
One of the hottest plays showing in the West End right now is The... Read more
Superposition, erotic dance and science combined (9-10 Nov)
Manchester poet, playwright and performance artist Chanje Kunda presents, Superposition, an extraordinary performance combining lap dancing and science to better... Read more
Vamos Cuba! (24 Oct-11 Nov)
The scintillating spectacular from acclaimed Cuban choreographer Nilda Guerra returns to London.   Set in the crazy chaos of Havana... Read more
Upfront Comedy (8 Oct-3 Dec)
Tricycle Theatre is bringing comedy back to North West London. So after the rice and peas had digested what better... Read more