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Black British Cinema Company Brings Sister Act To London

Black British Cinema Company Brings Sister Act To Life With Ground-Breaking Live Choir Show In LondonBy Features DeskSunday, April 23, 2017.Sister Act, the classic 1992 musical comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg, is the latest film to receive the ‘live cinema’ treatment. London’s &n..More

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  • William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar at London’s CLF Art Cafe
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  • Kara Walker's Latest Offering: On Subtlety, or Out of the Mouth of Babes
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  • Theatre: A Review of Julius Caesar
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  • Theatre: Danny Sapani Takes on Errol John's Trinidadian Classic
  • Remixing the Black Power Mixtape
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  • Is Britain Now a Post-Racial Society?
  • Sokari Douglas-Camp on London’s Africa Centre and her Career as one of Britain’s Leading Artists
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