Posted on 30 June 2021

A statement from Hampstead Theatre regarding The Death of a Black Man

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We regret to announce that all remaining performances of The Death of a Black Man (due to run until 10 July) have been cancelled.

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Posted on 24 June 2021

RAYA: ★★★★ FROM THE ARTS DESK

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Gary Naylor awards Deborah Bruce's 'Raya' four stars.

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Posted on 19 June 2021

RAYA: ★★★★ FROM THE TELEGRAPH

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Claire Allfree awards Deborah Bruce's 'Raya' four stars.

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Posted on 18 June 2021

New Installation: From Page to Stage

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Theatre Designers Tom Piper and Rosin Martindale have created a new installation 'From Page to Stage' for Hampstead's Lower Foyer.

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Posted on 18 June 2021

RAYA: ★★★★ FROM THE TIMES

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Dominic Maxwell awards Deborah Bruce's 'Raya' four stars.

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Posted on 10 June 2021

THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY CAST ANNOUNCED

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Kate O'Flynn and Zubin Varla will star in this new production of Tennessee Williams' play, which received its World Premiere at Hampstead in 1967, directed by Sam Yates (The Phlebotomist).

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Posted on 7 June 2021

BBC's Loose Ends Interviews Dawn Walton

Posted in: Interviews with cast and creatives

Clive Anderson and Anneka Rice interview director Dawn Walton following the opening night of Alfred Fagon's 'The Death of a Black Man'.

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Posted on 4 June 2021

THE DEATH OF A BLACK MAN: ★★★★★ FROM WHATSONSTAGE

Posted in: Main Stage

Oliver Ainley awards Alfred Fagon's 'The Death of a Black Man' five stars.

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Posted on 4 June 2021

THE DEATH OF A BLACK MAN: ★★★★ FROM THE INDEPENDENT

Paul Taylor awards Alfred Fagon's 'The Death of a Black Man' four stars.

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Posted on 1 June 2021

BBC News: Why Alfred Fagon's 70s play about black British life still resonates today

Posted in: Main Stage

Vincent Dowd, Arts Correspondent for BBC News, explores the life & career of playwright Alfred Fagon, and why his The Death of a Black Man still resonates 46 years after it first premiered at Hampstead.

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