The Tower Theatre is pleased to present a series of activities to mark Black History month
All events are at the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington
Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th October
In the theatre
|Three Birds by Janice Okoh|
A darkly comic drama about family, childhood and fantasy, Three Birds is set in a flat on a south London housing estate, where three siblings, Tiana, Tionne and Tanika are left at home alone. The play was the winner of the 2011 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
Performance dates and times
Evenings at 7.30 : Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th October
Matinée at 3.00 : Saturday 16th October
Sunday 17th October at 6.00
In the Studio
|Music Night : African Drumming and Vision 20:20|
An evening celebrating a diverse range of music from black artists across the globe.
Saturday 23rd October at 8.30 and Sunday 24th October at 6.00
In the studio
|The Voice of the Unheard by Vanessa Owusu|
Sankofa by Nicole Acquah
Showcasing new writing in development.
Tuesday 26th October at 7.30
In the theatre
|The Court Must Have A Queen by Ade Solanke|
A rehearsed Reading of Ade Solanke’s brilliant and humorous play about the black Tudor and royal trumpeter, John Blanke.
Directed by Simona Hughes.
Monday 4th – Sunday 31st October
In the bar and foyer
|Here to Stay by Inès Elsa Dalal|
A photographic exhibition celebrating NHS nurses of the Windrush Generation
Free to visit whenever the Tower Theatre building is open.