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‘Scalped’ Dance Theatre Piece About Black Women’s Hair Coming To Greenwich + Dockland International Festival | Arts

  Created and produced by Initiative.dkf (Damilola DK Fashola and Wofai), the founders of Melanin Box Festival and creators of Silhouettez Theatre, Scalped is a new outdoor dance theatre piece which explores the objectification of black women’s hair through the eyes of western society.   Sprung from the passive but ever present scrutiny which black women face every day; from[…]

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Somerset House Celebrates 50 Years Of Black Creativity With ‘Get Up, Stand Up Now’ Exhibition | Culture

  Taking place from this Wednesday, June 12, all the way to September 15, Somerset House will be holding a major new exhibition titled Get Up, Stand Up Now, to celebrate 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond.   The exhibition will span art, music, photography, film, literature, design and fashion, and will feature artists such as Gaika,[…]

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Royal Opera House Announces 17 New Productions For Its 2019/20 Season | Arts

  Royal Opera House has just launched the program for its 2019/2020 Season, revealing for the first time, a range of new productions, including six world premieres, celebrating their rich cultural heritage while embracing dynamic and contemporary new work as Director of The Royal Ballet Kevin O’Hare guarantees.   Since the Open-Up renovation of the Royal Opera House three years[…]

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Royal Opera House To Broadcast ‘Romeo And Juliet’ Live In 16 Locations Across UK | Arts

  Royal Opera House is coming back for this summer with another incredible programme of BP Big Screens in 16 location across UK. In less than a month, everyone can enjoy free culture on their doorstep when the Royal Opera House projects Romeo and Juliet by The Royal Ballet.   If you are in the capital, bring a picnic and your[…]

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The Festival Of Latin American Women In The Arts Comes To London | Culture

  The Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (FLAWA) will be held around a range of venues in London next week, between May 15 and 19. The aim of the festival is to highlight and spread the awareness of women from Latin America in film, music, literature and arts through multiple events.   London is well known to be[…]

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