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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
New Nigerians (Review)
Did you know that Nigeria has a population of 190 million, with 250 ethnic groups, various political factions and is... Read more
Shebeen (Theatre Review)
In his riveting award winning book Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, author Yuval Noah Harari asks how did our... Read more
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
Michael Buffong, Talawa Theatre – Guys & Dolls Interview (2 Dec-27 Jan)
This Christmas director Michael Buffong transports the smash-hit musical GUYS AND DOLLS up-town to 1939 Harlem... Read more