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Wipers - Review

Wipers is a play inspired by the real-life story of Khudadad Khan, set in Belgium during the First World War, October 1914. Khudadad Khan was the first South-Asian soldier to be awarded a Victoria Cross for his contribution to the war. 473 more words


The Dishonoured - Review

Kali Theatre Company brings ‘The Dishonoured’, a deeply intense thriller exploring politics and corruption in modern day Pakistan. This play captivates and transports you into a world you know exists but subconsciously pretend isn’t there. 459 more words


'Children of Killers' by Katori Hall

This morning I sat down to spend a day on PhD, and made the mistake of checking the interwebs before cracking onwards. There awaited me a little message from a friend inviting me to a play starting in 40 minutes… 240 more words

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A RAISON IN THE SUN at The Belgrade Theatre

A RAISON IN THE SUN by Lorraine Hansberry at the Belgrade Theatre is a powerfully written and powerfully performed play. A kitchen sink drama about a black family in New York which explores the power struggles between matriarchy and patriarchy. 75 more words


Coventry: UK City of Culture?

First, a disclosure of interest. I lived in Coventry during my teenage years and I know a bit more than most about its culture.  So, when I saw an item on the BBC News App on Saturday that Coventry might be in the running for UK City of Culture 2021 I paid attention. 269 more words

End of the Rainbow at Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

by Dave Massey twitter.com/BrumHour

A fantastic performance by Lisa Maxwell

My head was buzzing after leaving this performance of End of the Rainbow at the… 394 more words


FLARE PATH at The Belgrade

Terence Rattigan’s FLARE PATH at the Belgrade Theatre was an accomplished and authentic production. The Belgrade lends itself to an almost time machine experience where “one” feels “one” could be viewing the play at its first performance in 1942. 165 more words