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Jeremy Harrris, Slave Play
O Harris says black-only nights ‘allow black people to feel safe at theatre’
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Slave Play, the most Tony-nominated play of all time, will open in the West End...
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Wonder movie
‘Wonder’ – Inspirational Films Creating Change
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Released in 2017, Wonder is a ‘feel-good,’ family-friendly movie based on the 2012 bestselling novel...
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Matt Smith Enemy of the People
‘An Enemy of the People’ asks the audience for their social views
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Matt Smith returns to playing a doctor in this updated version of Henrik Ibsen’s 1882...
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Samantha Morton
Samantha Morton Dedicates BAFTA Fellowship to “Every Child in Care” and Poverty
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Samantha Morton, the British actor (She Said, The Whale, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Walking...
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End Racism
World Day of Social Justice
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Every year on 20th February the World Day of Social Justice is observed worldwide.  As...
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Eastenders
Eastenders explores baby ‘farming’ and racist murder storyline
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TV soap, Eastenders, is renown for tackling many social issues. One of it’s current plots...
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‘The Greatest Night In Pop’ – How one song changed the world!
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On January 28, 1985, dozens of the biggest names in music convened at a studio...
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Idris Elba launches campaign against knife crime
Idris Elba has urged the government to immediately ban machetes and ‘zombie’ knives, saying it's...
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Every Little Thing organisers group photo
Every Little Thing Festival champions mental health support and signposting
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The Every Little Thing Festival marked Suicide Prevention Day by supporting wellness and providing a...
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Alexandra Burke looking at Red dress - still from film Pretty Red Dress
Alexandra Burke’s debut film Pretty Red Dress explores Black Masculinity
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Pretty Red Dress, Dionne Edwards’ debut film, stars Alexandra Burke in the lead role, and...
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