The exploration of British society

Subject

Black Culture

Description

A breath of fresh air is blowing through London’s theatreland. Elmina’s Kitchen, by Kwame Kwei-Armah, is the first play by a black British writer to grace the stage of the West End for three decades. Despite a brief flowering on the commercial stage in the late 1970s, the work of black playwrights has been largely confined to the world of subsidised theatre.

Creator

independent.co.uk

Source

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/editorials/the-exploration-of-british-society-526437.html

Publisher

independent.co.uk

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