Breach Theatre present their award-winning play, It’s True, It’s True, It’s True, about the Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, her poignant paintings and the sexual assault trial that shook Renaissance Rome.
The award-winning playwright, actress and singer, Apphia Campbell, sits down with Uma Nada-Rajah to discuss living in China, the Black Lives Matter movement and the stories behind her two acclaimed sell-out shows, Black is the Colour of My Voice and Woke.
Following the ambitions of several talented teens in a New York performing arts school, Fame – the original 80s musical – is still electric with energy in its thirtieth year, writes our theatre critic Jo Hemmings.
Tara Overfield-Wilkinson’s revival of Falsettos, the Tony award-winning musical about an unconventional New York Jewish family, is a worthy and emotionally powerful production, writes our theatre critic Jo Hemmings.
Caryl Phillip’s Strange Fruit is a story of anxiety interwoven with anger – a domestic tightrope where language fails to bridge the gap between generations, writes our arts contributor Yosola Olorunshola.