Kings Head Theatre's Boy with Beer Flyer

Kings Head Theatre Revives Boy with Beer

How much of loving someone is wanting to be with them? Wanting to be seen with them?

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To Buckingham Palace to Visit The Queen

My Royalist mother would have been smiling down at me from her seat on the right-hand side of God, as the taxi arrived to pick me up to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Today would have been her seventy-third birthday, so I hope she’s still smiling down at me as I write this little missive.

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No Place To Be Somebody

America may have its Spike Lee, Toni Morrison, Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey or Danny Glover, to name a few, but the recent success of British films at the box-office has brought with it no significant or corresponding improvement in the profile or fortunes of our black writers, actors and movie makers.

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Fela!' on Broadway

FELA! The Musical

Using his pioneering music (a blend of jazz, funk and African rhythm and harmonies), FELA! explores Kuti’s controversial life as artist, political activist and revolutionary musician.

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Six Questions for Arthur Mitchell

In 1955, he became the first African-American male dancer to become a permanent member of a major ballet company, in his case, the School of American Ballet. In 1969, Arthur Mitchell co-founded the Dance Theatre of Harlem.

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Nothing But a Man

Everybody Hates Naomi

Yet another disparaging article on Naomi Campbell in the British press. Why do they all hate Naomi Campbell so much?

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Nick Drake Through the Eyes of The Other

It can’t be much fun sharing your name with a famous dead rock star. Nick Drake is a poet, playwright and novelist.

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