This exhibition left me truly challenged by the deep trauma that slavery and colonisation has had on black people. Whilst rejoicing in the fact that we continue to thrive and prosper in a hostile environment that tries to displace and erase us.
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
Generation Expat: Black Theatre Talks. ThePalaceOfTheDogs Presents its first panel event celebrating and debating the Black Theatre Experience. Guests Include Sharon D Clarke, Cedric Neal, Gloria Onitiri, Brenda Edwards, Ibinabo Jack, Dex Lee, Idris Kargbo and Maisey Bawden. Hosted by Vanessa Fisher. @Urdang Academy on the 30th of […]
With summer ending turn some autumn leaves with Yoko Tawada – Review by @Panoptistry.
MY MOONCUP MISSION One of the things I dreaded the most happened to me whilst I was on holiday; my tampon ripped in half meaning the top half of my tampon was stuck. I was freaking out, what am I going to do?! Am I going to die?! […]
After the decision to stop, Musical Theatre Artist, Mazz Murray from singing a from well known Dreamgirls song in ‘The Best Of West End’, Attentions have now turned to the ethnic representation of the show. Join Vanessa Fisher as she further probes the decision to leave BAME actors unrepresented.
Siddique Kamara, a rapper in London’s drill music group – Moscow 17, became the capitals 85th murder on the 2nd of August 2017. Siddique, cleared of murder earlier this year, was found stabbed to death on Warham Street, Camberwell, at 19:20. Amongst the bellows of a community screaming […]
Emma Glass’ debut novel ‘Peach’ is possibly one of the strangest books I have ever read. Strange in the sense that it is unimpeachably and consummately unique. Unique, because it takes, what is truly, a horrific event and narrates it in a style that is disturbingly and inescapably […]