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Nine Night
In Jamaican tradition the Nine Night was the most elaborate of the ‘set-up’ that takes place on ninth night after... Read more
Amadeus (Review)

Amadeus (Review)

ReviewsTheatre January 28, 2018 0

  After a sell out run last year, Michael Longhurst’s lauded revival of Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus returns to the Olivier... Read more
Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 (Review)
Your ticket is a sticker on which you to write your name and also to put any... 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
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
Barbershop Chronicles – Review
Set in capital cities of five African nations and London, the play reveals some of the hot topics Black men... Read more
Assata Taught Me – Review
Power belongs to the people. So go. Get yours! These are the potent and provocative finals words of this... Read more
Phina Oruche – Identity Crisis Review
Have you ever had a life event cause you so much pain that you... Read more
Expensive S**t – Exploration of women’s freedom through Afrobeat
Kiza Deen as the main protagonist Tolu,  oozes sultriness in this humorous and engaging production developed as part of the Made... Read more