Custody Review: The Play That Confronts Injustice and Police Brutality

This energetic, invigorating and ultimately thought-provoking play was brought to life through performances by a quartet of actors supported by a high-quality creative team. ‘Custody’  gave narrative and shed light on police brutality and the emotional turmoil families experience when a loved one dies without justice being served. The beginning of the play opened with […]

Review: Funeral Flowers by Emma Edwards

Funeral Flowers highlights many themes throughout this self-empowering play. It intertwined the magic of song, poetry, beautiful set designs and promenade to tell the story of 17 year old Angelique, who dreams of being a florist. The 2018 Fringe First award winning play took its audience on a journey of a young girl navigating her […]

Review- Four Women by Dylema

Embodiment of strength and black power, Dylema is a force to be reckoned with! Bold, fierce and memorising is how I would describe her work. I remember the first time I heard, ‘What if a black girl knew’ I felt empowered and inspired. It gave me a breath of fresh air and reminded me of […]

Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Before going to see this film I had read up as much as possible about it, even though I was always going to watch it after having seen Desiree Akhavan’s debut Appropriate Behaviour a number of equally entertaining times. Akhavan’s work is creative, entertaining and relatable; notably, it is queer. However, while Appropriate Behaviour is […]