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NEWS: THE STAGE DEBUT AWARDS – Who will be the breakthrough stars of 2024? Submissions are now OPEN!

The Stage Debut Awards, the only awards devoted solely to recognising breakthrough theatre talent both on and off stage, today announces that submissions for 2024 are now officially open. The live ceremony will be held on Sunday, September 29, and promises to be an unforgettable night celebrating the outstanding achievements of upcoming performers and creatives who …

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REVIEW: Red Pitch – @sohoplace

🎭 Red Pitch📍@sohoplace🎟️ PR invite⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tyrell Williams’ powerful play returns to Bush Theatre, and explores friendship, change and the impact of gentrification. The story We meet Bilal, Omz and Joey (Kedar Williams Stirling, Francis Lovehall and Emeka Sesay) – 3 Black teenagers and aspiring footballers who hang out on Reedbury estate in South London. The …

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REVIEW: Shifters – Bush Theatre

🎭 Shifters📍 Bush Theatre🎟️ PR invite⭐⭐⭐⭐ Bush Theatre continue impress with their latest production from Benedict Lombe.  ‘Shifters’ is a beautiful and honest, exploration of young love, memory, and destiny. We meet Destiny and Dream (Heather Agyepong and Tosin Cole), childhood friends who reconnect after years apart. Now, aged 32, Des and Dre are living …

West End Theatre

NEWS: New Cast of ‘For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy’ announced.

Today, the Royal Court Theatre and Nimax Theatres welcomes six new cast members to the For Black Boys family. Starring in the iconic roles of Onyx, Pitch, Jet, Sable, Obsidian and Midnight are a powerful new blend of talented actors including Tobi King Bakare, Shakeel Haakim making his professional debut, Fela Lufadeju, Albert Magashi, Mohammed …

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REVIEW: Kim’s Convenience – Park Theatre

🎭 Kim’s Convenience📍Park Theatre🎟️ PR invite⭐⭐⭐⭐ “There’s humour and heart in every aisle” The story Written by Ins Choi, Kim’s Convenience revolves around Korean-Canadian family, The Kims, who run a convenience store in Toronto. Based on Choi’s experiences growing up, the play offers a hilarious yet heartwarming insight into the experiences of immigrant families navigating …