Watch the amazing Lindiwe Mkhize singing The Lion King's Circle of Life featuring the London Gay Men's Chorus. An amazing piece of work commissioned for PRIDE 2018.
This bold new and critically-acclaimed production of the classic psychological thriller, EQUUS, announces it's West-End transfer, playing at the Trafalgar Studios, Summer 2019. Joining award winning Director Ned Bennett is Shelley Maxwell as Movement Director,
Diane Alison-Mitchell is Movement Director on the upcoming production of Samuel Adamson's WIFE at Kiln Theatre.
This celebration of the transformative power of theatre is directed by Kiln Theatre Artist Director, Indhu Rubasingham.
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Back by popular demand this summer, Molly Rees Howe will be appearing in the brilliant Kilworth House production of JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT. Directed and Choreographed by Andrew Wright.
Opens 28 May 2019.
JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
Following her 4-star solo show, WHITE, Koko Brown brings you the second instalment of the Colour Trilogy, GREY. A candid show exploring depression and black women's mental health.
Playing Camden's Peoples Theatre from April 2019 and then the Ovalhouse from 28 June 2019.
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Martina Babisova appears in Ireland's award winning, longest running drama serial, Fair City.
Ahead of his highly anticipated set at Glastonbury 2019, Stormzy has just dropped the video for his new single Vossi Bop.
Clint Mwaka spent the day on set in East London and is thrilled to be appearing in this amazing video.
Koko Brown will appear in HIVE CITY LEGACY at Camden Roundhouse, with a league of extraordinary Femmes of Colour, in a riotous shake-up embracing the unseen and the unheard.
An alliance of young artists are mobilised to appear together for the first time, equipped with the skills to shift the paradigm.
10 - 21 July 2019
FEMMES OF COLOUR
From May 2019, Lindiwe Mkhize stars as RAFIKI in the Spanish production of Disney's The Lion King.
Mduduzi Mkethi is currently appearing in the Hamburg production.
Ingrid Mackinnon was Movement Director with the Almeida Theatre's Participation Programme for the Cacophony Project. Written by Molly Taylor, the piece explores the power of social media, inspired by the ideas of Jon Ronson's book - So You've Been Publicly Shamed.
Tia Dutt will be appearing in David Hare's new adaption of the Ibsen classic at The National Theatre directed by Jonathan Kent. A co-production with the Edinburgh International Festival 2019, staring James McArdle, running in rep at the Olivier Theatre 27 June to 8 October 2019.
Ingrid Mackinnon is Movement Director with the RSC on First Encounters with Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice.
A New production especially created for 7-13 year olds and Directed by Robin Belfield.
Opens at Swan Theatre 30 September 2019
Diane Alison-Mitchell was Movement Director on Katori Hall's Our Lady of Kibeho. A haunting insight into the true events that captured the world’s attention - a vibrantly theatrical meditation on faith and everyday miracles.
OF BEING EARNEST
Kirsty Jackson plays Cecily Cardew in Oscar Wilde's uproarious and timeless comedy The Importance of Being Earnest.
David Phipps-Davis returns to the Tabard Theatre to direct this new production which opens 5 June 2019.
Shelley Maxwell was Movement Director for Apologia - one of those plays where uncomfortable home truths spill out, as the
wine starts flowing...
Directed by Audrey Sheffield
at English Theatre Frankfurt.
A darkly funny and haunting new play by
ALEXI KAYE CAMPBELL
Molly Rees Howe appears in the BBC's recently released British-American historical drama series created by Sally Wainwirght. Set in 1832 and starring Suranne Jones as noted landowner and industrialist.
Shelley Maxwell is Movement Director for August Wilson's touching and angry KING HEDLEY II at Theatre Royal East.
The production is directed by TRSE Artistic Director Nadia Fall. Opening 23 May 2019
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