Ross’s uninhibited way of writing about sex and sexuality exposes its pain, joy and comic absurdity.
Written by Yasmin Joseph and directed by Rebekah Murrell Harold Pinter Theatre, 16 Jun - 3 July 2021 Review by Nicole-Rachelle…
A whistle-stop tour through the centuries is an account, not just of the longevity of Africans in Europe, but also of a shared history
It was nice to have Anne Boleyn and her brother George, played by Paapa Essiedu, be Black in previously white spaces and for it not to be an issue.
Jasmine Lee-Jones has written a play that centres black women’s lives in all their messy, complicated and contradictory natures.
A rigorously researched exposure of the links between rural England, slavery and colonialism.
The key question is this: how can Britain reckon with its pernicious legacy of slavery?
Minujín's work is part of her series where she ‘feeds the countries their own myth’.
Yomi Ṣode Almeida Theatre 16 June – 10 July 2021 Review by Delon Jessop ‘Aneephyitis is the release of the…
In the ‘Royal Patronage’ room, the domes of the mosques of Isfahan are displayed overhead as patterns on a large-size screen hung from the ceiling, leaving this viewer with a great passion to visit the real Isfahan – the heaven of geometric-vegetal ornamentation.