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What Once Was Ours @ The Halfmoon
5/11 & 09-11 Oct Tickets from £7

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A show about identity and belonging.

Katie and Callum couldn’t be any more distant and disconnected: different heritage, different cities, different opportunities. Except there is one thing they’ll always have in common: Dad. What happens when Callum suddenly turns up in desperate need of help?

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Created against the background of Brexit, What Once Was Ours has been developed in consultation with young people across the country and uses their direct words and opinions to explore how politics and national values impact on the complex lives of one family.Constance and Eva is a multimedia play derived entirely from prison letters and archival text, alongside contemporary reflections on the lives of the sisters from the creative team and historians. The play examines the potentialities and complexities of social and political activism so relevant in a post-Trump, post-Brexit context.

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There is no assigned seating and audiences stand throughout the performance. If you have any access requirements please contact the box office.
Admission | Show Times
Thu 5 Oct: 14.30 & 19.00
Fri 6 Oct: 13.30 & 16.30pm
Mon 9 Oct:10.30 & 13.30
Tue 10 Oct: 13.30 & 19.30

Duration 1hr
Age 12+
Half Moon Young People’s Theatre
43 White Horse Road, London E1 0ND
020 7709 8900



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What Shadows Park Theatre
27 Sept – 28 Oct Tickets from £10

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“I was a storm. I was also a man entirely alone in a storm. There were forces beyond my control and I was one of them.”
Enoch Powell’s Rivers of Blood speech was the most polarising political speech of the last 50 years.

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Oxford academic and daughter of a Caribbean immigrant, Rose Cruickshank wants answers. Enoch’s controversial words about immigration shattered her childhood. Rose cannot find inner peace until she understands what led him to make the speech that defined a generation. Will a meeting with the man himself give her the answers she desperately craves?

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27 Sept – 28 Oct 2017
Admission | Show Times 19.30 15.00
Duration 2hrs 15mins inc interval
Age
Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park
London N4 3JP
020 7870 6876


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The Fall Royal Court Theatre
26 Sep – 14 Oct Tickets from £12.00

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“That day we taught ourselves as the movement what we as the movement meant when we spoke about white supremacy, institutional racism and black pain at UCT.”
As colonialist and patriarchal icons are dismantled across the world, THE FALL goes to the heart of how race, class, gender, power and history’s voices intersect.

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As the statue of colonialist Cecil Rhodes came down at the University of Cape Town, seven students wrote THE FALL. It took South Africa and Edinburgh by storm and comes to the Royal Court for an exclusive limited London run.

As colonialist and patriarchal icons are dismantled across the world, THE FALL goes to the heart of how race, class, gender, power and history’s voices intersect.

The production was a response by seven drama students and activists of the movements at the time. It does not offer solutions – it merely documents their experiences.

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26 Sept – 14 Oct 2017
Admission | Show Times 19.30 14.30
Duration
Age 14+
Sloane Square
London SW1W 8AS
020 7565 5000


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Constance & Eve @ The Bread and Roses Theatre
Until 27 Sept Tickets from £12/10

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Revolutionary sisters, written to of history. Constance Markiewicz and Eva Gore-Booth were two aristocratic Anglo-Irish sisters who relinquished their privileged upbringing to dedicate their lives to a range of causes.

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Constance was a suffragette, a labour activist, an instrumental figure in the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland, and the first woman to be elected to Westminster (though as a member of Sinn Fein she did not take her seat). Eva was a suffragette, a women’s workers’ rights advocate in Manchester, a publisher of a pioneering journal on gender and sexuality in London, and a pacifist. Both women were famous – even infamous – during their lifetimes, but history has largely forgotten them.

Constance and Eva is a multimedia play derived entirely from prison letters and archival text, alongside contemporary reflections on the lives of the sisters from the creative team and historians. The play examines the potentialities and complexities of social and political activism so relevant in a post-Trump, post-Brexit context.

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Admission | Show Times 19.30 14.30
Duration 50 mins
Age 13+
The Bread and Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street
Clapham
London
SW4 6DZ
020 8050 3025
info@breadandrosestheatre.co.uk


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Borderline The Bunker
28 Sept Tickets from £10

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“Welcome to Calais Jungle!” A tragicomedy play about life in Calais Jungle.

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The performance will be followed by a Q&A and live acoustic music in the foyer.

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Admission | Show Times 19.30
Duration 1 hour
Age
53a Southwark Street
London, SE1 1RU
boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com
0207 234 0486


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Hijabi Monologues Bush Theatre
28 – 30 Sept Tickets from £10

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Hijabi Monologues London is part of an international project focusing on the real-life experiences of both local and international Muslim women. Hijabi Monologues features interweaving stories from our doorstep as well as experiences of Muslim women in other parts of the world.

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Post-Show Q&A: Fri 29 Sep
Stay after the performance for a free Q&A with director Milli Bhatia, writer Sahar Ullah, and Nabihah Islam.

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28-30 Sept
Admission | Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age
7 Uxbridge Rd
Shepherd’s Bush,
London W12 8LJ
020 8743 5050


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B @ Royal Court Theatre
28 Sept – 21 Oct 2017 Tickets from £12

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We used to kill kings. We used to kill millionaires. And now all we do is make threats on the Internet. That’s why I’m offering you the chance to start a war.’

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They don’t want violence. They just want to be heard. Prison’s not much of a threat when most of your friends are inside.
But José Miguel is from another generation, and he’s committed to change by any means possible.

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Captioned: Fri 20 Oct 9pm
Admission | Show Times 20.00
Duration 70 mins no interval (20-minute performance, 40-minute panel, inc. 10 minute interval)
Age 14+ (Under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
Sloane Square
London SW1W 8AS
020 7565 5000


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Eyes Closed Ears Covered Bunker Theatre
Until 30 Tickets from £10

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One boy murdered.
One boy interrogated.
Shattering consequences.

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Woking 1986. Seb and Aaron have been planning this day for weeks. They’ve written their sick notes. They’ve saved, scraped and stolen the money where they can. They’re actually doing it!

Eyes Closed, Ears Covered follows two teenage boys caught up in an innocent quest to Brighton. As we follow their adventure, through a series of entwining police interviews, we begin to find out that, behind this innocent adventure, lies the dark truth of their hidden past.

Note there will be a post-show event lasting 10-30minutes after every performance of the show.

dates&info


Until 30 Sept
Admission | Show Times 19.30 15.00
Duration 100mins including an interval
Age
53a Southwark Street
London, SE1 1RU
boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com
0207 234 0486


what's on Bold Indian Exhibition

BOLD – Graphic Design From India Rich Mix
Until 30 Sept Free

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A visual feast of posters, zines, film, typography and digital works that reveal the vibrancy and diversity of work underway in India’s visual communications scene.

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An exhibition of work by some of India’s leading contemporary graphic designers. The exhibition coincides with the 70th anniversary of India’s independence and 2017’s UK-India Year of Culture, promoted by the British Council.
Bold is the first exhibition to showcase the work of the current wave of Indian graphic designers for whom the ideas of collaboration and sharing are central to their work.

Meanwhile, independent designers such as Roshnee Desai and Shweta Malhotra are developing a distinct graphic language that integrates local references, including historical traditions, cultural habits, national symbols, women’s issues and Bollywood.

Some embraced ancient techniques, while others work primarily with new mediums and technology. However, they appear, by and large, to be free from religious boundaries and colonial baggage – driven, instead, by a new cosmopolitanism and pop culture, all the while conscious of their historical influences.

venue

Admission 18.00
Duration
Age

35 – 47 Bethnal Green Road
London
E1 6LA
020 7613 7498
boxoffice@richmix.org.uk

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Half Breed at Soho Theatre
Until 30 Sep Tickets £10

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‘I am that mixed raced kid, like 50/50, on the fence, luke warm, in-between maybe. Trust me, around here I’m about as black as it goes…’

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Jazmin feels different. She doesn’t want to stay in the village. She doesn’t want to have a baby. She doesn’t want to laugh at racist jokes in the local pub. She’s got to get out.

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Show Times 19.15 14.30
Duration 60 mins
Age 14+

21 Dean Street
London, W1D 3NE
020 7478 0100

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The Listening Room Stratford East
Until 30 Sept Tickets £12

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A stirring exploration of life, death and justice, The Listening Room features the true stories of five people whose lives were transformed by three moments of violence.

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Years after trial and punishment, each one of them was given the chance to meet the person on the other side.
This is the extraordinary story of what happened when they said yes.

‘The air was thick with emotion and the room was filled with tears laughter, and compassion as the story addressed the raw beauty and pain of victim awareness, from both sides.’ The Prison Fellowship

venue

Admission 19.30 15.00
Duration 70 mins
Age 16+

Theatre Royal Stratford East
Gerry Raffles SQ
LONDON E15 1BN

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Girls The Mix
28 Sept – 07 Oct Tickets £18/15

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Three girls. Best friends forever. All the big issues: love, sex and religion…But when they’re kidnapped from home, their world is turned upside down. Hope and despair blur, jokes and fights become one, and the only hashtag that matters now is survival.

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A funny and fiercely passionate new play about enduring friendship, the power of imagination and the stories behind the headlines that quickly become yesterday’s news.

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Show Times 19.30 21.30 17.00
Duration 1.30
Age 14+

Walthamstow Town Square
239-241 High St
Walthamstow E17

Box Office: 020 7452 3000

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An Evening with an Immigrant Tricycle Theatre
28-29 Sept Tickets £15/12

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‘A vivid, multilayered piece of storytelling. Ellams allows his righteous anger’ – Whatsonstage

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Born to a Muslim father and a Christian mother in what is now considered by many to be Boko Haram territory, in 1996 award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams left Nigeria for England aged 12, moved to Ireland for three years, before returning to London and starting work as a writer and graphic designer.

venue

Admission 19.30
Duration 90 mins inc interval
Age 15+

269 Kilburn High Rd
London NW6 7JR
020 7328 1000
info@tricycle.co.uk

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Queer British Art @ Tate Britain
Until 01 Oct | Tickets from £15

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Art. The first exhibition dedicated to queer British art

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Deeply personal and intimate works are presented alongside pieces aimed at a wider public, which helped to forge a sense of community when modern terminology of ‘lesbian’, ‘gay’, ‘bisexual’ and ‘trans’ were unrecognised. Together, they reveal a remarkable range of identities and stories, from the playful to the political and from the erotic to the domestic.

Featuring works from 1861–1967 relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) identities, the show marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England. Queer British Art explores how artists expressed themselves in a time when established assumptions about gender and sexuality were being questioned and transformed.

tickets

Admission 10:00 – 18:00

Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG

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Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle Wyndham’s Theatre
03 Oct 2017 – 06 Jan 2018 Tickets from £45

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In this uncertain world, who can predict what brings people together? When two strangers meet by chance amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, their lives are changed forever.

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The Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle is used as a metaphor for how human beings work. And shows how humans we can make each other better.

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Admission | Show Times 20.00 15.00
Duration 90 mins no interval
Age
Charing Cross Rd, WC2H 0DA
0844 482 5120


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31 Hours The Bunker
03 Oct 2017 – 06 Jan 2018 Tickets from £12

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‘100 years ago the biggest killer of young men was war, now they kill themselves.’

Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.
Every 31 hours someone takes their own life by jumping in front of a train.
They are ten times more likely to be a man.

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31 HOURS is the story of four men who clean up after rail suicides. Filled with humour and humanity, it takes us on a high-speed kaleidoscopic journey through masculinity, mental health and messy aftermaths in modern Britain.

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Admission | Show Times 19.30 15.00
Duration 80 mins no interval
Age
53a Southwark Street
London, SE1 1RU
boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com
0207 234 0486


House of Ghetto: Black Pride @ Rich Mix
04-26 Oct Free

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A multimedia installation depicting the founding female members of The House of Ghetto; a Vogue House based in Manchester.

Vogue is a form of stylised dance and performative posture, characterized by model-like poses that arose from the Harlem ballroom scene of the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s/80s by often poor and disenfranchised African American communities, especially gay men. A ‘house’ in these terms is the name given to a collective unit who form a troupe, presided over by a ‘mother’.

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or the large portrait series, House of Ghetto mother, Darren Pritchard, working with photographer Cornel Simons, uses a black primer as backdrop and exaggerated flesh tone (not a colour itself, but the absorption of all colours), adding the spectrum of the LGBT Pride flag in the distinctive hairstyles of African diaspora hair weaves, celebrating black gay culture and allowing HOG members to be narrators of their own stories: a reflection of HOG’s unique flair and combined strength.
Also presented is a striking new video installation and accompanying stills for Dark Matter, featuring material from in-production feature documentary Deep in Vogue.

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Admission | Show Times 18.00
Duration
Age
35-47 Bethnal Green Rd
London E1 6LA
020 7613 7498


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The Nether @ Bridewell Theatre
05 – 21 Oct 2017 Tickets from £10.50

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NETHER REALM
1. Another world for mythical creatures
2. Demon world
3. A dimension of Evil or Imagination
urbandictionary.com

The internet has evolved into the Nether, a vast network of virtual reality realms. Users may log in, choose an identity, and indulge any desire. When Detective Morris investigates a realm called The Hideaway where people with a sexual interest in children may live out their fantasies involving children, she brings its creator in for interrogation.

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They discover they have made emotional attachments in his realm that blind them to the greater questions of ethical behavior, both in the imagination and the outside world.

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Tickets only available online
Admission | Show Times 19.00 | 17.00
Duration Age
Bride Lane
Fleet Street
London
EC4Y 8EQ
020 7353 3331
john@sbf.org.


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What Once Was Ours @ The Halfmoon
5/11 & 09-11 Oct Tickets from £7

about


A show about identity and belonging.

Katie and Callum couldn’t be any more distant and disconnected: different heritage, different cities, different opportunities. Except there is one thing they’ll always have in common: Dad. What happens when Callum suddenly turns up in desperate need of help?

detail


Created against the background of Brexit, What Once Was Ours has been developed in consultation with young people across the country and uses their direct words and opinions to explore how politics and national values impact on the complex lives of one family.Constance and Eva is a multimedia play derived entirely from prison letters and archival text, alongside contemporary reflections on the lives of the sisters from the creative team and historians. The play examines the potentialities and complexities of social and political activism so relevant in a post-Trump, post-Brexit context.

times&info


There is no assigned seating and audiences stand throughout the performance. If you have any access requirements please contact the box office.
Admission | Show Times
Thu 5 Oct: 14.30 & 19.00
Fri 6 Oct: 13.30 & 16.30pm
Mon 9 Oct:10.30 & 13.30
Tue 10 Oct: 13.30 & 19.30

Duration 1hr
Age 12+
Half Moon Young People’s Theatre
43 White Horse Road, London E1 0ND
020 7709 8900


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Out Of The System @ Rich Mix
16/17 Oct Tickets from £12

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Dance Umbrella’s Guest Programmer Freddie Opoku-Addaie creates this festival-within-a-festival.

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A selection of exceptional companies and two live bands, with profiles that transcend Africa, Asia, Europe and South America, throw open the doors to Rich Mix. Presenting an ingenious, intimate mix of local and global experiences, this is a new kind of open house party.
Come and roam through performance spaces, identities and off the grid cultures. Turn up the amp and get Out of the System.

Performances
Clay Yinka Esi Graves & Asha Thomas
VEN La Macana
After Tears Sello Pesa or Across the Souvenir Alesandra Seutin
Monday 16 October features live band Yaaba Funk
Tuesday 17 October features live band Kioko

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Admission | Show Times 19.30 and 21.15
Duration
Age
35-47 Bethnal Green Rd
London E1 6LA
020 7613 7498


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Victory Condition Royal Court Theatre
05 – 21 Oct 2017 Tickets from £12

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“A thousand people are taking a sip of coffee within the city limits of Johannesburg, each unaware of the other doing it, each one necessarily thinking they are the only one.”

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An attempt to get to grips with the fact that everything happens at once.
And to see if there’s anything we can do about it.

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Captioned: Fri 20 Oct 9pm
Admission | Show Times 19.00 | 21.00 | 14.30
Duration Age 14+ Sloane Square
London SW1W 8AS
020 7565 5000


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Border Control Roundhouse
07 Oct 2017 Tickets £5

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Our lives are in the hands of those we don’t trust.

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Written by award-winning playwright Michelle Sewell, Border Control fuses multimedia and text to tackle issues of immigration and love in the UK, as well as the obstacles faced by people from different countries who are in love but are displaced.

The performance will be followed by a panel discussion surrounding the role of the arts in bringing about political change in the UK. Members of the panel include Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, veteran BBC radio presenter Paul Gambaccini, Migrants’ Rights Network Director Fizza Qureshi, Labour Councillor Jonathan Simpson and Baroness Sally Hamwee.

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Admission | Show Times 20.00
Duration 70 mins no interval (20-minute performance, 40 minute panel, inc. 10 minute interval)
Age 12+ (Under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH


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The Revlon Girl Park Theatre
Until14 Oct Tickets from £12

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Set 8 months following the death of 116 children during the Aberfan Disaster of 1966, The Revlon Girl tells the real-life story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week above a local hotel to talk, cry and even laugh without feeling guilty.

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At one of their meetings, afraid that people would think them frivolous, they secretly arranged for a representative from Revlon to come and give them a talk on beauty tips.

The action takes place on a rainy Tuesday night in a room above the Aberfan Hotel.

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Admission | Show Times 19.45 15.15
Duration 90 min
Age 14+
Clifton Terrace, Finsbury Park, London N4 3JP
020 7870 6876


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The Unknown Island Gate Theatre
Until 07 Oct Tickets £10 – £7.50

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The Unknown Island is a beautiful, inventive and rebellious adventure story about dreaming of the impossible and trying to cross the vast distances between ourselves and each other.  Based on Nobel prize-winning novelist José Saramago’s short story, The Tale of the Unknown Island,

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A man asks a king for a boat, so he can go further than the furthest thing, to find the unknown island. This is a story of a journey; of the epic distances, we can feel between each other, and of a need to re-imagine the world.

The Unknown Island is adapted from Nobel Laureate José Saramago’s inventive and beautiful short story, The Tale of The Unknown Island.

venue

Show Times 19.30
Duration
Age

Gate Theatre
11 Pembridge Road
Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3HQ
020 7229 0706

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Her Story The Bunker
09 Oct 2017 Tickets from £9

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HerStory aims to challenge the misrepresentation of women in theatre by staging bold, unapologetic, political work that puts a huge emphasis on placing multidimensional women centre stage

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HerStory stages a multidisciplinary range of high quality new work which includes solo shows, new writing, spoken word or devised theatre.

If there is anything one could learn from the four sold out editions of the festival it is the fact that there is a hell lot of women out there who really have had enough and are ready to make creative and loud art, for it’s time to make history HERSTORY!

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Admission | Show Times 19.30
Duration 2hrs 30 mins interval
Age
53a Southwark Street
London, SE1 1RU
boxoffice@bunkertheatre.com
0207 234 0486


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No One Will Tell Me How To Start A Revolution
Hampstead Theatre
Until 21 Oct Tickets £5/12

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A captivating, lively and poignant portrait of the pressures of being a teenager and the fight for acceptance – irrespective of the cards you’ve been dealt
Susie, Edwina and Lucy have moved to a new school in a new town.

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Three very different sisters who will do anything to fit in and yet are desperate to be noticed. But how far will they go to break out of the roles in which they’ve been cast and will they ever be able to truly change their lives when they’re swimming against the tide?

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Admission | Show Times 19.00 – 21.00
Duration
Age
Eton Ave
London
NW3 3EU
020 7722 9301


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The Knowledge Charing Cross Theatre
until 11 Nov Tickets from £18.90

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Set against the backdrop of the harsh economic times of 1979, the play follows the hilarious struggles of four Londoners as they attempt to better themselves by attempting the fearsome “Knowledge” – the exam needed to become a London black cab taxi driver. Standing between them and the coveted green badge is the eccentric Mr Burgess, an examiner known as “The Vampire” with an obsessive mission to maintain standards.

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The Knowledge cast includes of Steven Pacey as Mr Burgess, Celine Abrahams as Brenda, James Alexandrou Gordon, Jenna Augen as Val, Louise Callaghan as Miss Staveley, Ben Caplan as Ted, Michael Chance as Arab Tourist, Alice Felgate as Janet and Fabien Frankel as Chris.

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Until 11 Nov
Admission | Show Times 19.45 14.30

Duration
Age 18
The Arches, Villiers St, London WC2N 6NL
020 7930 5868
info@charingcrosstheatre.co.uk


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SOUL OF A NATION: ART IN THE AGE OF BLACK POWER @ Tate Modern
Until 22 Oct Tickets from £15/13

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Soul of a Nation shines a bright light on the vital contribution of Black artists to a dramatic period in American art and history

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The show opens in 1963 at the height of the Civil Rights movement and its dreams of integration. In its wake emerged more militant calls for Black Power: a rallying cry for African American pride, autonomy, and solidarity, drawing inspiration from newly independent African nations.

venue

Admission 10.00 – 18.00
Duration
Age

Bankside, London SE1 9TG
+44 20 7887 8888

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Stan Firm Inna Inglan Tate Britain
Until 19 Nov | Free admission

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Exhibition. Explore the experience of those who traveled from the Caribbean and West Africa to live in London

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This display brings together works from the 1960s and 1970s by eight photographers who documented Black communities in London: Raphael Albert, Bandele ‘Tex’ Ajetunmobi, James Barnor, Colin Jones, Neil Kenlock, Dennis Morris, Syd Shelton and Al Vandenberg.

The photographs reveal the many and varied experiences of individuals who travelled from the Caribbean region and West Africa to live in London, from everyday family life to political engagement. They show people as they respond to, react against and move beyond the racial tension and exclusion that were part of life for Black communities in the British capital. The title of the display, ‘Stan Firm inna Inglan’, is taken from the poem It Dread Inna Inglan by Linton Kwesi Johnson, who in the 1970s gave a voice and poetic form to the Afro-Caribbean diaspora and its resistance in the face of racism. The poem expresses in Jamaican patois (creole) the resolve of African, Asian and Caribbean immigrants to ‘stand firm in England’, asserting the determination of Black British communities to remain in Britain and declare it as their rightful home.

tickets

Open 10:00 – 18:00 daily

Millbank
London
SW1P 4RG
020 7887 8888

Tickets

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Ink @ Duke Of Youth
Until 06 January 2018 Tickets £10-£65

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Fleet Street. 1969. The Sun rises. A young and rebellious Rupert Murdoch asks the impossible and launches The Sun’s first editor’s quest: to give the people what they want. No matter the cost.

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This roller-coaster play tells the story of The Sun, an ailing minor title bought for a song by Murdoch and relaunched with a skeleton staff of weirdos and rejects, led by scar-faced Yorkshire sub-editor Larry Lamb.

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Admission 19.30 14.30
Duration
Age
104 St Martin’s Lane
London
WC2N 4BG


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Basquiat: Boom for Real @ Barbican
Until 28 January 2018 Tickets £16

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The first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960—1988).

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Discover the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the pioneering prodigy of the 1980s downtown New York art scene. This unprecedented exhibition brings together an outstanding selection of more than 100 works from international museums and private collections.

Engage in the explosive creativity of Basquiat who worked with Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Blondie, among others. Featuring rare film, photography and archive material, the show captures the spirit of this self-taught artist, poet, DJ and musician whose influence, since his death at 27 in 1988, has been enormous.

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Admission 10.00
Duration
Age
Silk St
London
EC2Y 8DS
020 7638 4141



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