Shedding a Skin – the new play at the Soho Theatre

‘Shedding a Skin’, the new award-winning play at the Soho Theatre opens with Myah saying  ’I would rather be anywhere. Anywhere else in the...

Ten days of world-class theatre for Brixton in a pop-up auditorium

The acclaimed Paine’s Plough theatre company will present a London season in Brixton in August. The company’s Roundabout touring season normally premieres new works at...

Brixton House announces its inaugural Associate Artists

Brixton House (formerly known as Ovalhouse) is a modern theatre in the heart of Brixton which opens later this year. It will be a...

Reconnect – with a giant bird at Brixton’s Bureau of Silly...

Silliness we all miss, togetherness we all crave and a gentle reconnection with the humans around us … You can find them at Brixton’s Bureau...

Tongue Ties – Theatre Peckham’s new event

On Friday, Theatre Peckham presents a one-day showcase event exploring cultural ties, migration, rites of passage, and associated feelings of being ‘tongue tied.’  The event...

You can’t go through hell alone …

Gargie Ahmad watched the Black Men’s Consortium and Tony Cealy perform Kwame and The Lockdown – keeping up the conversation about Black men’s mental health After a...

‘Typical’ – live streamed from Soho Theatre

Typical is about an evening that white people will never experience. It is a sharp and angry exploration of life for a black man...

Poetic Unity’s positive impact from the first Lockdown

Local charity Poetic Unity, responsible for the Poets Corner at the Black Cultural Archive, have released this report on the positive impact their online...

Brixton’s Black ballet dancer is back

Shevelle Dynott was nine when a ballet outreach programme visited St John’s primary in Angell Town. Now 30 and after a ballet career at...

Brixton company’s films on ignorance, hate and hope

https://youtu.be/ReTqT_32ay0 A young Brixton theatre company this week premiered One, a series of short films exploring race. Live streamed, One uses a combination of dance, drama, music and poetry...

Heroines – a great success

It’s difficult to make compelling theatre out of a monologue. But if last evening’s broadcast of the first part of the Heroines trilogy by...

Heroines – a new online production from the Jermyn Street Theatre

Phaedra was a princess in Greek mythology, half sister to the minotaur - half bull, half man - and kidnapped by her husband-to-be. If...

Legacy & Hope – a concert by the Pegasus Opera Company

Celebrate Black History Month with “Legacy & Hope” a concert by The Pegasus Opera Company. This free performance can be viewed at 7.30pm on Sunday...

New Season at Theatre Peckham

   Theatre Peckham’s reopening season showcases the voices and work of young Black artists in London Following six months of closure, Theatre Peckham, celebrates its reopening with...

Brixton music hall history – can you help?

The wonderful Loughborough Road Histories website is involved in a project, already generating enthusiasm, to research Brixton’s music hall history. Brixton, including Loughborough Road, was...

Brixton House director joins call for anti-racist theatres

Gbolahan Obisesan, artistic director and CEO of Brixton House, the new theatre being built on Coldharbour Lane in Brixton, is one of more than...

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