Afrocentric Theatre, Music, Culture and Business

Queens of Sheba (18-23 Nov) @ Battersea Arts Centre
What does it mean to be told to put chemicals in your... Read more
Red Velvet (14-19 Oct) @ Guildhall School of Music and Drama
The first play of the season takes audiences to 1833 Covent Garden. Edmund Kean,... Read more
Our Lady of Kibeho (Play Review)
The apparition of Mary, also known as Our Lady has appeared in over 40 countries all over the... Read more
Master Harold and the Boys (Play Review)
Athol Fugard was known for his politically provocative plays that were an attack on the apartheid system, bringing him... Read more
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe @ The Bridge Theatre (9 Nov – 2 Feb)
Who can forget the enduring images of the White... Read more
Our Lady of Kibeho, Interview with Michelle Asante
In 1981 at Kibeho College in Rwanda, a young girl claimed to have seen... Read more
Shida (Play Review)

Shida (Play Review)

ReviewsTheatre September 19, 2019 0

Experiencing trauma as a child can lead to a host of emotional and psychological issues that may not emerge until later in life. These can include... Read more
Until The Flood (Play Review)
The lead up to the shooting of an unarmed Michael Brown Jr, an 18 year African-American by Darren Wilson... Read more
Typical @ Soho Theatre (Play Review)
Misconceptions and prejudices manufactured and disseminated through various channels such as the media have often portrayed the Black man as... Read more
Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre @ Sadler’s Wells (Dance Review)
African-American modern dance employs various aspects of modern dance while infusing elements of African and Caribbean movements into choreography.  ... Read more
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