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Black Is The Color Of My Voice Tickets - Trafalgar Studio Two, London

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Black Is The Color Of My Voice London Theatre Tickets
Venue Information
Trafalgar Studio Two

Trafalgar Studio Two
14 Whitehall
London
London
SW1A 2DY

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(5mins) Head left on the main road Strand. Follow Trafalgar Square around onto Whitehall and the theatre’s on your right.

Black Is The Color Of My Voice

Trafalgar Studios has recently been home to numerous productions led by actors of colour, including Misty and Nine Night. Illustrious actor Apphia Campbell brings her new play Black is the Color of my Voice to the theatre for a four week limited engagement, in a story that’s fused with the energy of Nina Simone. Telling of civil rights activism and religious influences in music, it’s a show that’s bound to pack in an energetic solo performance. So, if you’re looking for a show to entertain, excite and inform, you’ll want to see Black is the Color of my Voice.

Enter a powerful journey with Apphia as she plays a woman whose father passes away, leading her down a different life path. Seeking redemption, she then transforms from piano prodigy to jazz performer, using her musical gift to help spread powerful political messages.

With moving themes and a historic backdrop, Black is the Color of my Voice will shock, but mostly teach audiences about the unified impact of music, religion and politics working together. Following sell-out seasons in Shanghai, New York, Edinburgh and in London at Wilton’s Music Hall, it’s clear that this show has been loved by audiences. Don’t miss out on your chance to see it in the West End, book your tickets to Black is the Color of my Voice now.

Did you know?

Apphia Campbell will also be presenting Soul Voices at Trafalgar Studios, running concurrently with this show. Why not go to both?

Nina Simone recorded over 40 albums in her career, but also spoke out against political issues, openly discussing the Civil Rights Movement in her lyrics.

Nina Simone’s “Mississippi Goddam” was one of the first songs released by any artist to directly address racial inequality.

Show Information
Booking From: Tuesday, 5th February 2019
Booking Until: Saturday, 2nd March 2019
Show Status: production_closed
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