Kayleigh Crawford reviews Queens of Sheba, which is part of HOME’s Orbit Festival and Black History Month
Louise Avey reviews a revival of Hair the Musical at the Palace Theatre
Urussa Malik reviews ‘It’s not about the Burqa’ a collection of intersectional essays by Muslim women, edited by Mariam Khan
Sam Bronheim reviews Sabrina Mahfouz’s adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts and Crosses at The Lowry
Race, Identity and Masculinity: Anuli Changa speaks to writer-actor David Judge and Director Hannah Tyrrell-Pinder about the touring production of Sparkplug
Oakland-born rapper Daveed Diggs of Hamilton fame joined forces with poet-come-rapper Rafael Casal to write and star in Blindspotting.
Sam McElhattan reviews ‘Salt’ at HOME as part of the Orbit Festival 2018
Anuli Changa discusses the use of the ‘n-word’ and how the double standard surrounding it’s use mean it remains both a racial slur and an example of linguistic protest.
Manchester Art Gallery host Sonia Boyce as part of the Objects of Obsession collaboration with the Royal Academy, revealing what object has influenced and obsessed her most
Alia Nawaz reviews Akala’s politically-charged book Natives
Amy Hagan reviews ‘The White Card’ a one-act play that marks award-winning poet Claudia Rankine’s first book since ‘Citizen’ and first piece of drama
Anuli Changa reviews the incredible Barber Shop Chronicles at the Royal Exchange in association with Contact Theatre
Anuli Changa speaks to cast member Emmanuel Ighodaro about Inua Ellams’ Barber Shop Chronicles at the Royal Exchange Theatre in association with Contact Theatre
Crazy Rich Asians cements Chinese dominance in multi-racial Singapore, and panders to Westernised conceptions of Asian culture.
Sophie Marriott explores Manchester University’s reaction to recent revelations by the Royal Historical Society regarding the distinct lack of racial diversity in the study of history in higher education.
UoM’s rowing team get off to a winning despite unfavorable weather conditions
Attempting to trace the career of Spike Lee and his cultural impact would prove somewhat tricky to say the least. His latest film – The BlacKkKlansman – proves no easier. Lee is most accomplished for his confrontational dramas based on various societal issues. From Jungle Fever discussing interracial relationships, to 25th Hour’s evaluation of post-9/11 […]