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Ear For Eye (Theatre Review)
Did you know that 26% of the people that died at the hand of police were from... Read more
The Wolves (Theatre Review)
Set in a small town in mid America, the Wolves is a funny and insightful into the lives... Read more
The Hoes – Interview with Ifeyinwa Fredrick
Ifeyinwa Frederick’s debut play is a riotous celebration of sisterhood, package holiday shenanigans and the curve balls that life can... 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
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