REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018)
David Calder as Caesar - Photo: Manuel Harlan

REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018)

For the two hours without interval, the groundlings will stand as the crowd being swayed by the political speeches of Brutus (Ben Whishaw) and Mark Antony (David Morrissey) or as the inhabitants of the battle scenes at Philippi.

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REVIEW: Elmina’s Kitchen, Cottesloe Theatre  (2003)
Paterson Joseph as Deli and Emmanuel Idowu as Ashley - Photo: Ivan Kyncl

REVIEW: Elmina’s Kitchen, Cottesloe Theatre (2003)

Elmina's Kitchen is not just a good play from Kwame Kwei-Armah, it is an important play because it addresses the issues of black youth sub culture and criminality. Named after Elmina's Castle, a slave prison on Africa's Ghanaian coast where African men were held before being shipped to the West Indies or the Americas, Elmina's Kitchen looks at the inheritance of British black youth of the twenty first century.

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