My Soho Times joins the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person aged 18-24 years

My Soho Times is a hyper local lifestyle print magazine, events, and digital platform servicing Soho and the West End. We’re proud to announce we’ve joined the GOV the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person in receipt of Universal Credit, age 18-24 years. The ideal applicant should have anContinue reading “My Soho Times joins the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person aged 18-24 years”

Cabaret makes a sensational comeback at Proud, Embankment

First impressions are everything and from the moment we walked up the decadent red carpet, through the gigantic gilded doors, we were greeted by friendly staff dressed to impress and performance after performance providing breath-taking entertainment.

Ever Been Turned Away From A Club – wait for it – For Being ‘Too Black’?!

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).

SPIDER DANCE: celebrating the transgressive lives & performances of Fanny Kelly & Lola Montez

PREPARE TO BE HORSEWHIPPED! Come on a fantastical journey through the lives and loves, romances and revolutions, and conquests of one of the great women of the nineteenth century, and the woman who was her muse. Fanny Kelly ran London’s first drama school from her Royalty Theatre in Soho. Her cross-dressed performances enthralled and appalledContinue reading “SPIDER DANCE: celebrating the transgressive lives & performances of Fanny Kelly & Lola Montez”

The Soho Girl in conversation with Shuck ‘N’ Jive co-writer and cast

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…

Out of excuses: Shuck ‘N’ Jive spotlights the racial inadequacies in the theatre industry

Writer and theatre lover Rosario Blue shares her take on Shuck ‘N’ Jive currently showing at the Soho Theatre.

Shida is the theatrical magic London needs to see!

All the way from across the pond, broadway star and Gospel sensation Jeannette Bayardelle – writer and performer, and director Andy Sandberg bring Shida to London. Showing at the Vaults Theatre, I made my way to Waterloo on opening night by invitation of Mr London, Talentbanq’s CEO Ray Jones. The show had such an impactContinue reading “Shida is the theatrical magic London needs to see!”