The theatre, praised for its forward thought and openness to explore taboo topics, assemble into a lynch mob spouting abuse to anyone with opposing thought and christianity seems to be their latest target. We speak with Olivier award nominee, Rachel John, delving into her career in theatre and how […]
Fresh from the release of her single, Black girls, we were delighted to meet with south London songstress and writer of the black girl anthem, Mary Sho. The multi-faceted artist shared with us how she combines fashion and art to amplify the message in her music, whilst contending […]
This week dance and theatre world celebrated the life and career of Thea Nerissa Barnes with a tribute show of performance and readings from her published essays on dance research; Introducing a legacy fund created to continues Thea’s support of dancers, choreographers and researchers. Needless to say Thea […]
Check out our new episode of Poet in the Kennel featuring writer and activist Jess Mally, Young King. Something that is observed within the black community, is the pillar of support Black women are and the protection they’ve provided for Black men. So while this poem is dedicated […]
Top 3 summer reads selected by James Glover @Panobooks for @ThePalaceOfTheDogs. 392 by Ashley Hickson-Lovence, Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah & Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss
Check out ThePalaceofTheDogs First Podcast BARKING. Discussing politics surrounding the Arts & Theatre. Working to align art to its correct position within our society; a precursor of progressiveness and a forum to connect unique narratives.Off the back of a resurfacing of a post involving an actress in The Colour […]
POET IN THE KENNEL: Colourism by Chia Phoenix
Check out our new video on the importance of black love and education of self in collaboration with Afro Hair and Beauty Live. Continuing the conversation around black businesses and how we can liberate ourselves from Eurocentric beauty standards. CANTU & As I Am product giveaway – Click here for competition details.
Spotlight is a segment dedicated to promoting creative businesses and collectives, founded by People Of Colour, as a resource for young aspiring artists. Our first interview is with Nana Evans of Hub&Culture. Hub&Culture, housing clothing designers from the Black Diaspora.
‘Don’t give a crap about what anybody thinks, trust yourself and your perspective as an artist.’ – Grace Acladna.
Check out our interview with the singer/songwriter/producer ahead of the release of her new EP Phonophobia.