21 September 2021

Arts & Culture

Search Party: Written and Performed by Inua Ellams

Inua mixes traditional African storytelling with contemporary poetry, with an emphasis on themes of identity, displacement and destiny
23 September 2021

Panel Talks & Workshops

Becoming your own champion, with Ramla Ali and Sabrina Elba

Boxer, humanitarian and model Ramla Ali introduces her new book ‘Not Without A Fight’
24 September 2021

Arts & Culture

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Notes on Writing

In her return to the Royal Festival Hall, Adichie discusses her most recent book, Notes on Grief, written following the death of her father
25 September 2021

Arts & Culture

Why Toni Morrison Matters

The visionary novelist and Nobel Laureate, is celebrated by writers Margaret Busby, Tsitsi Dangarembga and Nadifa Mohamed, chaired by Razia Iqbal
29 September 2021

Arts & Culture

Arcola Theatre presents: ‘Here’s What She Said to Me’ by Oladipo Agboluaje

The production tells a moving story of daughters and mothers in a world of migrations and shifting identities, braving life with an undying hope, optimism and resilience
01 October 2021

Arts & Culture

Netflix releases ‘Swallow’ on Nigerian Independence Day

Adapted from Sefi Atta’s 2010 novel, the drama-thriller explores the burgeoning drug trafficking trade, set against a backdrop of 1980s Lagos
01 October 2021

Arts & Culture

The Long Song: A new theatre adaptation based on Andrea Levy’s novel

A story about a young enslaved girl who lives through the final turbulent days of slavery on a sugar plantation in 19th-century Jamaica
01 October 2021

Arts & Culture

Get Up Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical, starring Arinze Kene

The show will chart the Jamaican singer-songwriter’s remarkable rise and his lasting legacy for the music industry
03 October 2021

Arts & Culture

Bernardine Evaristo: Manifesto on Never Giving Up

The history-making Booker Prize winner, offers a vital contribution to current conversations on race, class, feminism, sexuality, and aging
06 October 2021

Arts & Culture

World Premiere of Jeymes Samuel’s The Harder They Fall to open the 65th BFI London Film Festival

When outlaw Nat Love discovers that his enemy Rufus Buck is being released from prison, he rounds up his gang to track Rufus down and seek revenge
09 October 2021

Arts & Culture

National Theatre presents: ‘Rockets and Blue Lights’ by Winsome Pinnock

This epic production asks who owns our past and who has the right to tell its stories?
14 October 2021

Arts & Culture

IFE NKILI: The Annual Arts Festival Dedicated To Black Women Creatives

A digital festival showcasing the artistic and creative expression of Black Women, celebrating the beauty of Black culture, identity and heritage