Features

An exhibition in Black History Month recalls the alienating experiences of mixed-race Irish people in the 1960s. Angela Cobbinah talks to its curator, Lorraine Maher.

Archway with Words and the history of Harvey

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Dan Carrier talks to playwright Jonathan Harvey, who will be speaking about his work at this year’s ArchWay With Words festival.

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Richard Harries - One man’s quest for Truth and Beauty

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The Former curate at St John's Church Row, Hampstead talks to Piers Plowright this Thursday (October 13th) at Burgh House.

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The former curate of St John’s Church Row, talks to Piers Plowright about his latest book, The Beauty and the Horror – Searching for God in a Suffering World.
Children’s story teller, poet, playwright, historian, satirist, biographer – she even wrote that delightful hymn Morning Has Broken, writes Gerald Isaaman.
Her performing career started with The Rolling Stones, but that was before Cleo Sylvestre fell in love with theatre, achieving success on stage and screen, writes Angela Cobbinah.

Black History Month: Cleo Sylvestre. Stage, screen and the Stones

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Her performing career started with The Rolling Stones, but that was before Cleo Sylvestre fell in love with theatre, achieving success on stage and screen – despite being told by her headteacher that there were no parts for ‘coloured actresses’, writes Angela Cobbinah.
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