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Award-winning Paul Robeson play to raise funds for five campaigns and charities
Various Venues | 2, 4 & Febraury, then on tour

Call Mr. Robeson, an award-winning play about the African-American singer, actor and Civil Rights activist, Paul Robeson, is to be performed at Theatro Technis in Camden, London

Exploring the Canon
Arcola Theatre, London | 09 Feb

What makes a play a classic? Exploring the Canon is a day of performance readings looking beyond the usual suspects to widen the repertoire of British Theatre.

Ballet Black
Royal Opera House | 09 - 12 Feb

Every year the visit of the award-winning Ballet Black to the Linbury Studio Theatre is keenly awaited – no wonder, with five sell-out seasons to its credit.

Ava Vidal: Lessons I Should Have Learned
Soho Theatre, London | 14 Feb – 19 Feb

After a string of poisonous relationships, you would have thought Ava Vidal would know better by now.

Lyric Lounge
Lyric Hammersmith | 18 Feb

A chilled-out showcase of rising talent on the last Friday of every month.

Flawless
Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon | 25 /26 Feb

This inspirational dance act have become an international phenomenon with stunning street dance and inspirational choreography.

Whose Blood: A Tale of Desire and Despair Set in a 19th Century Operating Theatre
Old Operating Theatre Museum, 9a Saint Thomas Street, London | 23 Feb – 12 March

London – Bankcider Productions announces a world premiere of the play Whose Blood by award-winning playwright Alex Burger

Tavaziva Dance's 2011 - world premiere of Double Take
Spring Tour | Until 24 March

Double Take is an intensely courageous double bill surveying the impact of black dance and Bawren Tavaziva's contribution to the contemporary dance landscape in Britain

Shoes the Musical
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London | 08 Feb – 03 Apr

After the smash-hit world premiere at Sadler's Wells, Richard Thomas and Stephen Mear's fabulously original new musical, Shoes, transfers to the West End's Peacock Theatre for a limited eight-week run from Tuesday 8 February – Sunday 3 April 2011.

Clybourne Park
Wyndham's Theatre, Charing Cross Road | 28 Jan -07 May

In 1959 Russ and Bev are selling their desirable two-bed at a knock-down price. This enables the first Black family to move into the neighbourhood, creating ripples of discontent amongst the cosy white urbanites of Clybourne Park.

State of Emergency presents Desert Crossings
2011 Tour Dates | 16 Feb – 30 June 2011

This cross-cultural performance is a collaboration between State of Emergency and celebrated South African choreographer Gregory Maqoma of Vuyani Dance Theatre, Johannesburg.

* FREE* Pegasus Opera's Singing Academy looking for teenage stars of the future
The Brix, St Matthews Church, Brixton | From 12 Feb 2011 [term time until 2014]

Pegasus Opera Company is looking for young people to be part of a new singing academy in Lambeth called POSA (Pegasus Opera Singing Academy).

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