at the start of my most intensive tour so far (September to December
2011) I managed to arrange for a trailer to be shot. It has now
been published, and you can view it by clicking the image over to the
has replaced the still image on the Indiegogo
fundraising site for my forthcoming trip to Carnegie Hall. Sponsorship
and donations toward this are still welcome!
Travel to New York for
Call Mr. Robeson and Valentine's Day?
for Carnegie Hall are selling at a respectable rate, and you can book by
clicking here. For those
who feel that travelling all that way to see a play may be a bit of a
hassle, I have teamed up with travel agents on three continents to handle
arrangements for travel to New York to see the show, from almost anywhere
in the world. Rita Hunter Travel* in Liverpool, 5 Star Travel in
Lagos or The Main Event of
Charlotte, North Carolina will book your flight, your show ticket and
your accommodation if you need it, and can also book other things, such
as tours, valentine’s day outings etc tailored to your requirements.
All are IATA registered and promise a good service.
Carnegie Hall performance falls on my 50th birthday, but I am looking
forward almost as much to the performances before and after it, which are
12,13: Ustinov Studio, Bath Theatre
Jan 17,18: Hopkins Center, Dartmouth
College, New Hampshire, USA
Jan 27: Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli
Jan 28: Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead
Feb 4,5: Edna Manley School of the Arts, Kingston, Jamaica.
Feb 16: Lehman College, CUNY. (From Black Africa to the White House)
March 8: Waterside Arts Centre, Sale
March 9: Hertford Theatre, Hertford
March 10: Olney Parish Church (Black Africa to White House) with Naomi
March 12: George Padmore Institute (This Little Light)
March 24: Hawth Theatre, Crawley
March 29: Dundee Rep Theatre
March 30: Cumbernauld Theatre
look forward to seeing some of you (and/or friends that you might forward
this to) at one of the forthcoming performances, and wish you the best
for the coming holiday and festive seasons.