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Preview: Some Like it Hip Hop returns for its third run

If you think dance at Sadler’s Wells means a boring evening watching two men dancing in tights as you watch the time and yawing...

Theatre review: Wah Wah Girls

Stratford; the perfect place to disappear. 17 year old Sita has fled her oppressive life in Leeds and come to London to seek her...

Win tickets to see Umoja

Flavour Magazine have partnered with Sadler's Wells to offer one lucky winner the best seats in town. A pair of tickets to see one of...

Six Rounds

Eight characters, gunshots, heart-rending decisions, emotive subject matters and all within one conjectural boxing ring: Introducing the European premiere of a play that promises...

Review: Fela

A vivid scene of wooden sculptures, political slogans and Yoruba words all vibrating to the sound of a hypnotic jazz band is the greeting...

Love is a losing game university tour – 2 shows left

Written and co-directed by emerging playwright and director Babi Isako, ‘Love Is A Losing Game’ is based on a group of friends in their...

1867 – The New Play Inspired By The Life Of Madam...

A new play entitled '1867' promises to provide audiences with an emotional and touching portrayal of Madam CJ Walker, a woman who overcame many...

Rising Brit actor David Ajala talks Dr Who and Hollywood

David Ajala is the progeny of successful black British actors. At the age of 23 he has starred in Hollywood blockbusters and worked alongside...

Win tickets to see Off the Endz

Win one pair of tickets to see Off the Endz at the Royal Court Theatre. Off the Endz is a new play by Olivier award...

King of the Castle review

Hailed as ‘the UK's fastest growing innovative Black theatre company’, Tell Tarra latest production tells the story of Cornellius (Aymer), a newly retired Jamaican...

Do you know where your daughter is?

Do You Know Where Your Daughter Is? Director Angie Le Mar hits the nail on the head with the accurate language and portrayal of...

Angie Le Mar play competition tickets

Following the huge sell out success at the Hackney Empire, Angie Le Mar’s hit play comes to the Albany Empire. A fast-paced play witnessing...

The Miss Flavour 2009 live final

The 3rd Miss Flavour 2009 contest is tipped to be the biggest beauty pageant and party of the year, exploding with the most amazing...

Ghosts or Those Who Return

Set in Norway during the late 19th Century, Ghosts depicts the lives of the Alving family and the secrets that lie behind their happy...

I Am London

Saima Duhare is the founder of Palladini Productions – a London based Production Company that specialises in Film, TV and Theatre. Their current project...

The Observer review

The Observer is a powerful and thought-provoking take on what could happen when the West get involved in Third World democracy. Set in a...

Scratched Out

It is refreshing to have found a musical that doesn't stick to the formula. Yes it's an ‘urban' musical - yawn! But when you...

Chucky Venn, Harvey & Jason Barrett star in The Brothers

From the outside looking in, the world of TV is filled with glitz and oozes glamour. Being able to do what you love and...

Harvey talks fatherhood, music and The Brothers

Having come to fame in the late 1990s with successful garage group the So Solid Crew, Harvey talks to Flavour about tabloid trouble, fatherhood...

Patrice Naiambana in Shakespeare’s Othello

Every artist needs to meet Patrice Naiambana. His inspiring views on an artist’s responsibility to help society are seriously enlightening and he could talk...

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