Installation view of Nick Cave works, In the Black Fantastic at Hayward Gallery, 2022.Copyright the artist; Photo_ Zeinab Batchelor, Courtesy of the Hayward Gallery

In The Black Fantastic is a spectacular, must-see exhibition featuring 11 Black artists’ mini retrospectives, which remake narratives around African diaspora.

Interview: Big Joanie on ‘Happier Still’, Their Inspiration and London Haunts

We were delighted to catch up with Black feminist punk band Big Joanie ahead of their Grace Jones Meltdown appearance at Southbank Centre. The band is made up of Stephanie Phillips, Estella Adeyeri, and Chardine Taylor-Stone.bigjoanie.com Big Joanie’s new single…

Joel Tan on No Particular Order

We caught up with playwright Joel Tan on his new political power play ‘No Particular Order’, which is coming to Theatre 503. No Particular Order | 31 May to 18 June | Theatre 503 Tell us about ‘No Particular Order’…

Review: Rebel Music: The Black Obsidian Vogue Ball at Rivoli Ballroom ★★★★★

The Black Obsidian Vogue Ball celebrates and prioritises LGBTQIA+ people of colour on a night that presented alternative realities through Black cultural and historical lens and performances.  

Unmissable Arts & Fringe Festivals in 2022

Here’s our guide to finding new talent at arts and fringe festivals around the UK.

Giffords Circus - Carpa

Cal McCrystal is back, with rural Mexico as his theme, for the Giffords Circus 2022 show, ¡Carpa!

Unmissable London Festivals in 2022

We read a lot of emails and scoured the internet for the underdogs, the independent free ones, and big London festivals with DIY spirit.

London Cabaret Reviewed: La Clique ★★★★★, The Grotteaux ★★★ & The Windmill Soho ★★

Cabaret is taking over the town this spring and summer, with three new London cabaret shows opening within a few weeks of each other from Woolwich to the West End. To Do List is here to review all three, and encourage you to get whooping soon!