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Lomes Palais: basks in cultural sunshine. Apr 1, 2020 1057
SWEAT: A play for our times. Oct 1, 2019 1189
AFRICA EXPRESS' EGOLI: A new musical language. Aug 1, 2019 1186
El Anatsui stuns with new London show. Apr 1, 2019 584
The human jungle. Dec 1, 2018 910
BURCHELL singing in the new. Interview Jun 1, 2018 968
THE CONGO IN FOUR TALES. Movie review Apr 1, 2018 1210
ANATSUI, ILUNGA outshine global stars. Mar 1, 2018 1229
NAVIGATING THE MODERN WORLD. Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 1312
The Barbershop Chronicles: With the debate over diversity in the media still raging in Britain today, London's National Theatre production of The Barbershop Chronicles could not have arrived at a more appropriate time. Theater review Nov 1, 2017 574
Britain honours wartime African heroes. Oct 1, 2017 730
A meeting made in heaven? May 1, 2017 773
Mother Africa conquers London. May 1, 2017 492
Transvangarde 2017: a show of defiance, at London's October Gallery, sets the tone for artists' resistance at the dawn of the Trumpian era. Mar 1, 2017 675
A United Kingdom: Amma Asante's new film explores Botswana's founding leader, Seretse Khama's marriage to a white English woman--and how the British establishment attempted to sabotage it. Nov 1, 2016 778
Made you look: black males are celebrated in an exhibition that captures images from around the world. Oct 1, 2016 651
Singing in the rain: Long on the sidelines of the London scene, a new edition of Africa Utopia firmly places black culture in the mainstream. Oct 1, 2016 371
Ghosts of the past. Theater review Aug 1, 2016 1076
Rock against racism. Aug 1, 2016 565
Not just a river in Egypt: musicians from 11 countries along the Nile are collaborating to avert the looming conflict over water. Jul 1, 2016 696
An alternative view. Jul 1, 2016 506
When war came to Timbuktu. Dec 1, 2014 1217
African Odysseys. Jun 1, 2014 844
Origins: giving voice to indigenous peoples. May 1, 2014 1080
A visionary modernist: one of the Sudan's greatest cultural ambassadors, the majestic Ibrahim EI-Salahi, is also one of the continent's greatest contemporary artists, as Beverly Andrews discovered at a recent one-man show. Oct 1, 2013 1239
Celebrating Yoruba traditions: Yoruba culture is one of the most dominant African influences throughout the African diaspora. From Nigeria to Cuba, from Brazil to New York, the influence of Yoruba traditions and beliefs can be felt. Feast, produced by London's World Stages, looks at this often unheralded but ever-present influence. Theater review Aug 1, 2013 1047
The Blue Dragon. Interview Oct 1, 2011 995
God's followers: Beverly Andrews looks at Peter Brook's play, 11 and 12, set in Mali, which examines tolerance as the most difficult and essential quality for a human being to develop. But in the religious realm, tolerance of one another's views becomes an even more difficult quality for the followers of the same religion to develop. ...... Jun 1, 2010 1049
Death and the king's horseman. Theater review Mar 1, 2010 1020
'We have survived!' Beverly Andrews on how the Aboriginal people of Australia use music to highlight the centuries-old injustice meted out to them by the European settlers who took over their motherland. Jan 1, 2009 1173
Amazing grace: Beverly Andrews reports on a new initiative bringing relief to poor schools in Africa, started by a small UK-based charity group, Schools 4 Schools. Organization overview Mar 1, 2007 924
'Impressively made and impressively executed': a South African artistic director and the dance company she created in Britain are getting rave reviews. Beverly Andrews went to meet her. Interview Jan 1, 2007 857
Fated for the lofty perch. Apr 1, 2006 976
Mama Africa: a season of films; Beverly Andrews on an exciting new show of African cinema mounted by the British Film Institute. Dec 1, 2005 763
Africa Remix confounds the critics: Beverly Andrews on the exciting exhibition of contemporary African art held first in Dusseldorf, then London and now Paris, at the Centre Pompidou. Whatever the critics say, she writes, the fact remains that there is always something new and exciting out of Africa. Jul 1, 2005 1030
Haitian magic: Beverly Andrews on one of Haiti's visual artists, Franz Lamonthe, whose work serves as a bridge between the island nation and the African mother continent. Lamonth was in London recently to exhibit his work. Critical Essay Dec 1, 2004 966
Guyana: ritual and identity; Joy Richardson (below), the Guyanese-born painter, is a woman to meet. Beverly Andrews went to see her and they talked about her inspiring work. This is her report. Mar 1, 2004 974
Films Dirty Pretty Things: Beverly Andrews on a new film depicting life in the African community in the UK. "It highlights a dark nether world, where people are so poor that they have to sell parts of themselves". (The Arts). Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 702
Sculpture ancestral voices: Beverly Andrews on the inspiring work of the Ghanaian master, Al Anatsui. "Through his sculpture, he presents an Africa seen on its own terms". (The Arts). Jan 1, 2003 911
Uganda: 'To write is to live'. (Arts and Culture). Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 762
Himba on film: Beverly Andrews on Kin, the film that puts the Himba people in the frame. (Arts & Culture). Mar 1, 2001 1132
Contemporary art from Nigeria. (Arts and Culture). Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 855

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