Afrocentric Theatre, Music, Culture and Business

Three Sisters @ National Theatre Play Review
Conflicts resulting from ethnic division are unfortunately a common occurrence in Africa. Three Sisters focuses its attention on the Biafran... Read more
Cyrano De Bergerac @ Playhouse Theatre (Play Review)
Written by Edmond Rostand in 1897, the highly popular Cyrano de Bergerac is based on a historical... Read more
Fairview @ Young Vic (Play Review)
In a recent interview, when asked to summarise her Pulitzer winning drama ‘Fairview’, writer Jackie Sibble Drury was very coy... Read more
Candida @ Orange Tree Theatre (Play Review)
The Fabian Society is a British socialist organisation whose purpose is to advance the principles of democratic socialism via gradualist... Read more
Hunger @ Arcola Theatre (Play Review)
The bright lights and the promise of bountiful gainful employment have always been a lure for the young. In... Read more
Terri Lyne Carrrington (Music Review)
The resident artist of the 2019 EFG London Jazz festival drummer, singer and producer Terri Lyne Carrington brings her brand... Read more
Unknown Rivers (Play Review)
In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and... Read more
Excluded @ St Saviours Church (Play Review)
Permanent exclusions continue to rise, but not as sharply as in previous years. For the academic year 2017/18, an... Read more
[Blank] – Play Review @ Domar Warehouse
Although women are less than 5% the prison population, they account for over 19% of self-harm incidents, an indication... Read more
Shuck ‘n’ Jive (Play Review)
Why is there such an absence of Black representation in arts especially theatre?. Despite advances casting especially for major roles,... Read more
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