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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
Ballet Black, Rose Theatre, Kingston (30 Oct)
    If you’re a lover of ballet then you wont want to miss Ballet Black’s latest double bill of... Read more
Misty by Arinze Kene (Theatre Review)
I never was a big fan of poetry, dance and one ‘person’ plays, having seen so... Read more
The Village (Theatre Review)
“His trousers end at his feet. Who can say I’ll never drink from that water”? This is just one of... Read more
Underground Railroad Game (Theatre Review)
For those who don’t know the Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses established in the... 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
New Nigerians (Review)
Did you know that Nigeria has a population of 190 million, with 250 ethnic groups, various political factions and is... 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
Shebeen (Theatre Review)
In his riveting award winning book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, author Yuval Noah Harari asks how did our... Read more
Cafe Society Swing (Interview)
Café Society Swing tells the story of the first racially-desegregated jazz club in New York – Cafe Society, which opened in Greenwich Village... Read more