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Josie and the Multi-Coloured Weave (15-17 Dec)
Set in the 6th century, this is a comedy play for all the family which... 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
Vamos Cuba – Dance Extravaganza
An airport departure lounge and a delayed flight. Not a thought that would fill most people with delight. Yet this... 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
Judith Jacobs (The Raunchy Interview)
Ebonyonline.net caught up with the pint sized powerhouse that’s Judith Jacobs (centred bottom of picture)  ahead of BiBi Crew’s latest... Read more
It Tastes Like Home – Play (13-15 Oct)
Set in modern day London, this inventive and exploratory production is an examination of what it is... Read more
BiBi Crew Get Raunchy (22 Oct)
Bibi Crew is back after a sell-out evening at the Attic, Hackney Picturehouse.   Founded in the 1908’s, the BiBi... Read more