East End Boys, West End Girls
28 July - 15 August 2015

East End Boys, West End Girls

London tour 28 July - 15th August
Baila Brazil
5-15 Aug 2015

Balé De Rua and Southbank Centre present Baila Brazil

Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX
Niran Obasa
18th – 27th September 2015

The 13th London African Music Festival

Various Locations Across London
Niran Obasa
10 Sept - 3 Oct 2015

The Etienne Sisters by Ché Walker

Theatre Royal Stratford East, Gerry Raffles Square, London E15 1BN


Black Theatre Live

London African Music Festival

The 2015 London African Music Festival will run for 10 days under the direction Joyful Noise [More]

We Raise Our Hands in the Sanctuary

Niran Obasa, Southbank Centre

Oh what an evening! I am still smiling from the Niran Obasa experience. The old adage [More]

Janet kay

Janet Kay

With a string of acclaimed records and an entry in the Music Guinness Book of Records to her [More]

Funmi Olawumi

East End Boys, West End Girls

Win a pair of tickets to see East End Boys, West End Girls, written and directed by Ade [More]

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How To Be Everyman, a short film with Inua Ellams

We commissioned poet, playwright and performer Inua Ellams to write a response to Carol Ann Duffy's new adapation of Everyman.
This short film was created in collaboration with Inua, filmmaker TIm Marrinan and the National Theatre. Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand our lives, and this piece explores this theme.

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