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The Trick (Play Review)
In The Trick, writer Eve Leigh asks us to reflect a little deeper than we’d normally do on the... Read more
Soft Animals by Holly Robinson (Play Review)
Holly Robinson’s debut play, Soft Animals, is a two header with Bianca Stephens playing Frankie Ellie Piercy as Sarah. As... Read more
Acantha Lang, Queen of London soul (Interview)
New Orleans has always been a hot bed of musical talents. Originating the likes of Louis Amstrong, Fats... Read more
Sweat (Play Review)
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was supposed to benefit all Americans by the huge export potential of goods... Read more
The Convert – Play Review
Did you know that some of Nigeria’s Pentecostal churches have congregations reaching over 200,000 that they have be held in... Read more
A Small Place (Theatre Review)
Did you know that Antigua is 14 miles long by 11 miles wide? This fact is repeated throughout... Read more
The Hoes (Theatre Review)
Recently I had the pleasure of seeing Ifeyinwa Fedrick’s debut play The Hoes at the Hampstead theatre. The audience were sat huddled... Read more
White Teeth (Theatre Review)
Based on Zadie Smith’s international bestseller, White Teeth is a feel good musical about a corner of north-west London (Kilburn),... 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
Misty by Arinze Kene (Theatre Review)
I never was a big fan of poetry, dance and one ‘person’ plays, having seen so... Read more