News: Interview with Ifrah Ismail

Tales from the Front Line, Talawa Theatre Company’s challenging and vital online series, uses verbatim interviews with Black key workers to explore the complex impact of the Covid-19 crisis on those on the Front Line of the pandemic. I spoke with Talawa's New Work Producer Ifrah Ismail to find out more. Can you tell me... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kalungi Ssebandeke

Kalungi Ssebandeke's short play, Prodigal, features as part of Orange Tree Theatre's Inside/Outside, a collection of plays by six emerging and established writers, performed and livestreamed from the theatre's auditorium. I caught up with Kalungi to find out more. Can you tell me about Prodigal?Prodigal is a short play about two estranged siblings who are... Continue Reading →

One year on…

Let’s face it, the past twelve months have been awful for most of us (unless of course we’re investors in Pfitzer or Astrazeneca, or perhaps shareholders in Serco test and trace). For me personally, the past year has been one of the toughest I’ve had to endure. A year ago today, just as Boris was... Continue Reading →

Review: West End Musical Drive-In (3) (online)

Earlier this week it was announced that West End Musical Drive-In will return for live performances this April. But for those who can’t wait, they can relive last year’s concerts by streaming the series on stream.theatre.  The third in the series, now available to watch online, has a particularly ‘Wicked’ theme, with the concert bringing... Continue Reading →

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