Whilst on instagram yesterday I came across this piece written by Elander Moore, using his art to inspire his peers to rally together and vote well in the UK’s coming election. This morning with the votes tallied, a cloud of disappointment clouds our minds as the tories hold […]
Fresh from his stint at Poplar Union Theatre, showcasing his piece ‘Triple Threat’; We spoke with Sonny Nwachukwu about his experience of being Black, Gay and Disabled. The writer, director and choreographer also ventures into how the acceptance of the label disabled has empowered and informed a unique […]
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 […]
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 ThePalaceOfTheDogs interview with Producer/Artist CYRS. We find out how he found his sound in the German music scene. For the full interview go http://www.thepalaceofthedogs.com
NEWS: BAME Actors open letter to Agent Gemma Lowy Hamilton.
“Is chatting shit a way of life these days?” – Posted December 23rd, 2011 “2017…… it’s been real! So many memories made and lessons learned and I want to thank those who have been apart of it! The biggest loss I had this year was loosing […]
The Wilderness. A place signified in many faiths as a place of trial, a test of belief or character . A place that no-one means to wander into, but a place we are all lost in at one point or another. Out of this place, singer/songwriter, Miggy Dela […]
Check out what happened with Drew when we were invited to Crisis, to be a panel guest on their discussion on the LGBTQ experience.
Back from the bittersweet journey of self discovery, Natalie May endeavours to serve her own lemonade. Her sweet melodic sound and gentle-womanly attire champions a timeless Black British voice. This Burnt Oak crooner delved into the dark labyrinth of her mind to excavate the hidden coals she could harvest […]