Loosely based on the DSTRKT nightclub incident of 2015, Queens of Sheba tells the hilarious, moving and uplifting stories of four passionate Black Women battling every-day misogynoir; misogyny directed towards black women where race and gender both play roles in bias (coined by Moya Bailey).
The West End is opening back up, and that means theatre is back! Tim Baros shares some recommendations on the shows that should be on your radar… it’s been a long lockdown and there’s nothing more West End than attending a real live show!
Gillian Smith explores how the arts in Soho coped with lockdown #1 and how the re-boot is faring. How are our music clubs, theatres and cinemas enticing the public back?
I arranged to meet with the co-writer, Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong and cast, Olivia Onyehara and Tanisha Spring, for a conversation which delves a little deeper into the process of writing the piece, and using comedy to display everyday racial inadequacies very much alive in the theatre industry…
Writer and theatre lover Rosario Blue shares her take on Shuck ‘N’ Jive currently showing at the Soho Theatre.