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Sweat @ The Gielgud Theatre (Play Review)
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was supposed to benefit all Americans by the huge export potential of... Read more
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Play Review)
If you like your Shakespeare with a bit of Dizzy Rascal’s ‘Bonkers’, a dollop Jimmy Cliff’s ‘If You Can See... Read more
Midsummer Night’s Dream (11 June-31 Aug)
One of Shakespeare’s most popular and endearing comedies ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is running from 3 June – 31 August... Read more
Bullet Tongue Reloaded (Play Review)
Many of us have seen newspaper or TV headlines of young people boys and girls going missing for day,... Read more
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
King Hedley II (Play Review)
Often regarded as one of August Wilson’s most potent and tragic dramas, King Hedly II, is the ninth in ‘The... Read more
Hoard (Play Review)
Hoard is the hilarious and intelligent comedy about the machinations of a close-knit Nigerian family in today’s Britain.   Set... Read more
Salt (Play Review)
The play open with the ‘Woman’ (Rochelle Rose) as she’s known, standing still behind an altar that has on it... Read more
Yvette (Play Review)
Can you remember what it was like when you were thirteen year old schoolchild with you mind filled with boys... Read more
The Firm @ Hampstead Theatre (Play Review)
The critically acclaimed production makes a welcomed and triumphant return to Hampstead Theatre, Downstairs after its first outing in 2017.... Read more