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BWW Review: BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES Showcases Salons as a Beacon of Hope for Contempor Photo BWW Review: BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES Showcases Salons as a Beacon of Hope for Contemporary Black Men
by Cindy Sibilsky - Dec 9, 2019

Barber Shop Chronicles is a unifying, enriching, thought-provoking and captivating theatrical experience that solidifies Ellams' position as a griot worthy of upholding the rich African ancestry of storytelling traditions, and an exciting new poet and playwright making his mark on the world's stage by sharing slices of life that dive deeply into the culture and concerns of the contemporary black man.

The National Theatre Announces 15 Productions Of New Plays And Fresh Adaptations By L Photo The National Theatre Announces 15 Productions Of New Plays And Fresh Adaptations By Leading Writers
by Stephi Wild - Jun 13, 2019

The National Theatre has announced 15 productions of new plays and fresh adaptations by leading writers.

BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES Celebrates 250th Performance With New Tour Information Photo BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES Celebrates 250th Performance With New Tour Information
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2019

Inua Ellams' hit play Barber Shop Chronicles today marks its 250th performance by announcing new autumn dates and a special programme of work Fades, Braids & Identity which will run alongside the season at the Roundhouse in London, opening in nine weeks. The overwhelmingly successful Barber Shop Chronicles returns to London for the first time since its premiere in 2017, playing two sold out runs at the National Theatre and acclaimed performances at Leeds Playhouse. It has subsequently toured across Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America and Canada.

Full Line-up Including Phoebe Fox Announced For MY WHITE BEST FRIEND Photo Full Line-up Including Phoebe Fox Announced For MY WHITE BEST FRIEND
by Stephi Wild - Mar 6, 2019

The full line-up of performers for the week-long festival of letters, My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid, has been announced. Could you put your white best friend on stage and remind them that they're part of the problem? Taking to the stage across the week to blind-read the letters are Phoebe Fox (A View from the Bridge, Broadway and West End; The Acid Test, Royal Court Theatre), Ben Bailey Smith (David Brent: Life on the Road, BBC Films; as Doc Brown: Live at the Apollo, BBC) and The Bunker's own Artistic Director, Chris Sonnex.

MY WHITE BEST FRIEND AND OTHER LETTERS LEFT UNSAID Comes to The Bunker Photo MY WHITE BEST FRIEND AND OTHER LETTERS LEFT UNSAID Comes to The Bunker
by Stephi Wild - Feb 14, 2019

Could you put your white best friend on stage and remind them that they're part of the problem? Writer Rachel De-Lahay and director Milli Bhatia have commissioned eleven writers to pen letters that say the unsaid to the people that matter most. This March the week-long festival of letters, My White Best Friend and Other Letters Left Unsaid comes to The Bunker.

BWW Review: TWITSTORM, Park Theatre
by Debbie Gilpin - Jun 1, 2017

With Donald Trump's social media habits regularly causing a stir worldwide, it seems quite apt for the latest Park Theatre production to focus on this wide-ranging topic. Chris England's play Twitstorm revolves around popular TV host Guy Manton's spectacular fall from grace as a tweet from his official account causes widespread offence, and engulfs his entire life.

Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal for TWITSTORM at Park Theatre
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2017

The team behind Park Theatre hits Dead Sheep, An Audience with Jimmy Savile, Deny Deny Deny and The Roundabout, will return to the theatre with the world premiere of a brand new comedy, TWITSTORM, playing from 31 May - 1 July, with a press night on 1 June. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the company in rehearsal below!

Casting Announced for TWITSTORM at Park Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2017

The team behind Park Theatre hits Dead Sheep, An Audience with Jimmy Savile, Deny Deny Deny and The Roundabout, will return to the theatre with the world premiere of a brand new comedy, TWITSTORM, playing from 31 May - 1 July, with a press night on 1 June.