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Vamos Cuba! (24 Oct-11 Nov)
The scintillating spectacular from acclaimed Cuban choreographer Nilda Guerra returns to London.   Set in the crazy chaos of Havana... Read more
Upfront Comedy (8 Oct-3 Dec)
Tricycle Theatre is bringing comedy back to North West London. So after the rice and peas had digested what better... Read more
Coriolanus (6-18 Nov)
Coriolanus is the name given to a Roman general after his more than adequate military success against various uprisings challenging... Read more
Yellowman (22 Nov – 2Dec)
Divided into five parts, Yellowman details the relationship between Eugene, a very fair-skinned black man, and Alma, a large dark-skinned... Read more
Dolphins & Sharks (Director’s Interview)
The UK premiere of Dolphins and Sharks now playing at the Finborough Theatre, Chelsea is about four close friends Isabel,... Read more
Dee, Myself and I (25-26 Sept)
Dee, Myself and I tells the story of a young woman named Thea, who is finding... Read more
So You Think I’m Crazy – Interview (18-21 Sept)
So U think I’m Crazy? Looks at mental health, family and the streets of London. EBONYONLINE.NET caught... Read more
Dolphins and Sharks 12-30 Sept (Review)
“It is a terrible thing to look over your shoulder when you are trying to lead... Read more
5 Guys Named Moe (Review)
It was rockin’ like a Thursday Night Fish Fry at the Marble Arch Theatre, where the audience witnessed; toe tapped... Read more
Dolphins And Sharks (12-30 Sept)
Dolphins And Sharks – a play about office politics, racism, equality and more.   ‘’I actively avoid office politics by... Read more