American playwright Katori Hall’s 2014 piercingly atmospheric play Our Lady of Kibeho returns to the UK for a fresh run at Theatre Royal Stratford...
Joy Francis applauds Bernardine Evaristo's Booker Prize 2019 shortlisted cleverly crafted novel Girl, Woman, Other
Reshma Ruia is impressed with Nayrouz Qarmout's multiple award-winning The Sea Cloak and Other Stories on Palestinan lives.
Words of Colour is excited to announce that award-winning author Irenosen Okojie is our first writer in residence from October 2019.
Chiaroscuro by Jackie Kay, marks director Lynette Linton’s first production as artistic director of Bush Theatre.
Tamera Heron reviews Branden Jacobs-Jenkins award-winning play which deals with issues of race and responsibility.
Korantema Anyimadu speaks about the importance of representation, and why she created the 'Black Hair and Heritage' project.
Sophie Jai reviews literary novel Celestial Bodies, an intergenerational narrative exploring love, loss and identity.
Tricia Wombell, a relative newcomer to poetry reviewing, explains why she is enamoured with A Portable Paradise, Roger Robinson's raw, powerful and inspiring new...