Afrocentric Theatre, Music, Culture and Business

Kalakuta Republik (Dance Theatre Review)
Fela Kuti, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat and a human rights activist and cousin of the... Read more
Ajegule – The Play (13-14 Oct)
Did you know that Lagos is the fastest growing city in Africa and one of the... Read more
Latest Book Review – Ebonyonline.net Book Club
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness By Michelle Alexander, published by The New Press. Price... Read more
5 Guys Called Moe – Clarke Peters Interview
Director Clarke Peters talks about the latest production of Five Guys Named Moe showing at the Marble Arch... Read more
Soul Of Nation: Black Power Art (1 Aug – 22 Oct)
Soul Of Nation: Art In The Age of Black Power opens... Read more
Nisha Kalema: European Film Premieres (18-19 Aug)
18-19 Aug Nisha Kalema: European film premieres of The Tailor and Jinxed.   A weekend introducing the 23-year-old awarding winning... Read more
Black Sound (Till 7 Nov)
The exhibition tells the story of 100 years of musical creativity and DIY ingenuity. Overcoming the majority status quo of... Read more
‘Binti’ by Nnedi Okorafor (9 Sept)
Her name is Binti, and she is the first of the Himba people ever to... Read more
Benchmarks: New Prints by El Anatsui
Though globally-renowned for his iconic hangings of aluminium bottle-tops, Anatsui’s artistic practice has always been rooted in the discovery of... Read more
Black British music’s journey of creative independence  
Black Sound tells the story of 100 years of musical creativity and DIY ingenuity. Overcoming the majority status quo of the... Read more
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