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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
An Octoroon (Theatre Review)
What does it mean to be a Black playwright? This and the many questions surrounding America’s fascination with the complicated... Read more
Br’er Cotton (7-31 Mar)
Lynchburg, Virginia, on the former site of a cotton mill. 14 year old Ruffrino is struggling to make sense of... 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
Melanin and Science of Black Genetics (Interview)
In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of skin and hair colour. However, it is a little... Read more
The Sounds of Jazzmatazz (20 Jan) 
Almost a quarter of a century after the release of Jazzmatazz Vol. 1, North London duo Blue Lab... Read more
Brothers Size (19 Jan-14 Feb)
The Brothers Size, part of a trilogy titled The Brother/Sister Plays, is a sultry, vibrant and music-filled drama from Tarell McCraney one... Read more
Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (15 Jan-3 Feb)
Is a one-woman play written by Anna Deveare Smith about the 1992 riots in Los Angeles following... Read more
Five Guys Called Moe Returns (1 Dec-24 Feb)
Some of the numerous hits of the godfather of rhythm and blues Louis Jordan have been... Read more
Barbershop Chronicles (1 Dec-9 Jan 2018)
Black-owned barbershops are more than just places to get a shave and a haircut. Their position in American culture... Read more