Afrocentric Theatre, Music, Culture and Business

Farming (The Journey of fostered Nigerian boy)
Based on his own life story, writer and director Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s FARMING charts the extraordinary journey of a young fostered... Read more
A Conversation with Kiley Reid about Such A Fun Age
Kiley Reid is an award-winning short story writer and recipient of the Truman Capote Fellowship at... Read more
Pick of Black Films at London Film Festival 2019 (2 Oct-13 Oct)
The London Film Festival 2019 is back again, bigger and better. We... Read more
Soul of Shaolin @ Troubadour Wembley Park (26 Sept-6 Oct)
Come and experience the adrenaline pumping yet touching theatrical experience combining a jaw-dropping mix of martial arts, acrobatics, rousing music... Read more
Remembering Toni Morrison: Shared Readings in Celebration of her Life and Work (5 Sept)
“We die. That may be the meaning of... Read more
Get Up Stand Up Now @ Somerset House (12 Jun-15 Sept)
This summer, Somerset House celebrates the impact of 50 years of Black creativity on Britain... Read more
Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition
Major global museum exhibition tour debuts in London featuring many previously unseen artefacts in the centenary of Mandela’s birth. The... Read more
Pan Africanism: A History by Professor Hakim Adi
Ahead of his talk at The Black Cultural Archives, Brixton SW2, Ebonyonline.net caught up the world renowned Hakim... Read more
‘Behind The Mask’ – Domestic Abuse Awareness
Did you know an estimated 1.2 million and 713,000 men experienced domestic abuse in the last year, and... Read more
Carleen Anderson – Cage Street Memorial (Interview)
Carleen Anderson describes her most recent work Cage Street Memorial as a ‘tribal opera’; a profound musing on identity and a deeply... Read more
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