Maybe it was reading a raft of articles discussing the ongoing dehumanising of the children of British colonialism and imperialism via government policy over decades culminating in the Windrush Scandal. Maybe it was listening to various podcasts discussing inter-generational trauma and the inheritance of a collective shame. Maybe it was seeing years of a lived … Continue reading Bush Theatre’s ‘Leave Taking’: Review.
London's theatre scene is experiencing something of a renewal. A lot of smaller production companies have been coming out with rather decent content that is relevant to parts of our society that are usually not catered to. As such, there is a range of stories being told that reflect the true nature of the capital’s … Continue reading Bush Theatre’s ‘Misty’: a short review
I never really pay attention to the emails I get from Ticketmaster and often just do a quick "Mark as Read" but this is a behaviour I shall be changing from henceforth. I love the theatre but I don't go as often as I would like to and the "Mother Africa: Khayelisha - My Home" … Continue reading Peacock Theatre: Mother Africa