Latest from Nitro HQ, News, 5 September 2014

Exhibit B Is Significant, Important and Ought To Be Shown

Earlier this summer, Nitro was asked to work with the Barbican and UK Arts International to cast the production ‘Exhibit B’, by the South African artist Brett Bailey.

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Features, 20 August 2014

Artist Development: Interview With Jamal Gerald

Felix Cross led a mentoring session at West Yorkshire Playhouse with Jamal Gerald. Jamal lent us a few minutes to tell us a little more about himself, his piece and his aspirations…

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Felix's Blog, 31 July 2014

The Ed Sheeran Rumpus

There has been a lot of dust thrown up recently about 1Xtra and the publishing of their “Power List”, with Ed Sheeran sitting awkwardly, like an white plastic angel, on top the tree. The root of all this anguish and ire is the term, “Black music”.

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Latest from Nitro HQ, 24 July 2014

Dance & Music-Theatre Workshop

We’re delighted to announce we’re offering a professional development opportunity for dance students and graduates.

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Felix's Blog, 4 July 2014

We’re Casting For Exhibit B

Nitro is delighted to announce that we are working with Brett Bailey’s Third World Bunfight and The Barbican on Exhibit B. If you are a performer and you are interested in being part of this potentially ground-breaking project then click here…

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Felix's Blog, 13 June 2014

Belle: An Unexpected Journey

In 2007 we put on a rather brilliant show called An African Cargo and in our story there is one character who can talk directly to us all the time, Dido Belle. I was delighted to see that a feature film has been made about her in “Belle”

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