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Sweat by Lynn Nottage
7 June - 20 July 2019

Sweat by Lynn Nottage

Gielgud Theatre Shaftesbury Avenue, London
Yoruba Women Choir
25 July 2019

Yoruba Women Choir

Union Chapel, Compton Terrace, Islington, London, N1 2UN.
Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips
24 June to 27 July 2019

Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips

Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 8LJ
Barber Shop
18 July - 24 Aug 2019

Barber Shop Chronicles by Inua Ellams

Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8EH

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Othello Remixed

Othello Remixed

This play is soooo good, I’m gonna have to start this review with what should be the ending and yell “FIVE STARS! GO SEE IT!”. [More]

KOKO BROWN – INTERVIEW

Koko Brown

Congratulations, on such a fantastic 18 months or so. I feel like I am always hearing about your work or seeing you in something [More]

GREY by Koko Brown

GREY by Koko Brown

Through spoken word and music, GREY addresses a topic that most people shy away from –black women with depression. [More]

Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips

Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips

There is a lot of talking in this play, but the central theme seems to be the legacy felt from ‘the family unit’s’ non-communication [More]

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Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips | Trailer

Powerful and compelling, Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips (winner of the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize) is the story of a family caught between two cultures, and the uncrossable no man’s land that can come between parents and their children. It will be directed by Nancy Medina (Persistence of Memory, Dutchman). Strange Fruit is the latest edition in the Passing the Baton series, following Winsome Pinnock’s Leave Taking in 2018.


Strange Fruit by Caryl Phillips | Trailer YouTube.com



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