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The Convert (7 Dec – 26 Jan)
It’s 1896 in what is modern day Zimbabwe and Jekesai, a young woman fleeing forced marriage finds herself... Read more
Sweat (7 Dec – 26 Jan)
Sweat, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play that Lynn Nottage receives its UK premiere at the Donmar Warehouse under the directorship of... Read more
White Teeth (20 Oct-22 Dec)
You’re in Kilburn. Melting pot where nothing’s actually melted. It’s all just kinda stuck together at the bottom in a... Read more
Caroline or Change (20 Nov – 9 Feb)
Don’t miss the extraordinary and joyously original CAROLINE, OR CHANGE, as the five-star, Olivier award-winning musical transfers to the West... Read more
Misty (8 Sept – 17 Nov)
“Can a play from a person like me just be a play already?” Following its sold-out run at... Read more
Sylvia – The Play, A Zoo Nation production
Did you know that Sylvia Pankhurst was campaigner for the suffragette movement and an activist who spent much... Read more
Blak, Whyte Gray (12-15 Sept)
Elevate and Emancipation of Expressionism is two of the well know pieces by the acclaimed Boy Blue hip hop dance... Read more
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