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After a sell-out run last summer, Queens of Sheba returns to London’s Soho Theatre for a limited run this winter. Do not miss your chance to catch this award-winning play in its triumphant return. Book tickets for Queens of Sheba now before they have sold out.
Multi-Award winning Queens of Sheba
After being turned away from a nightclub because they were ‘too black’, four incredible women take to the stage with their own powerful true stories. The music and misogyny, the dancing and the drinking, the women and, of course, the (white) men.
Inspired by the DISTRKT nightclub incidents of 2015, Queens of Sheba tells the funny, touching and empowering tales of four passionate Black Women fighting everyday misogynoir; where sexism meets racism.
The show enjoyed a sold-out run at Soho Theatre in the summer of 2021 was the winner of both the Edinburgh Untapped Award and The Stage Edinburgh Festival Award and took home the 2020 Off West End Award for Best Performance Piece.
Queens of Sheba cast and creatives
This incredible piece is performed by Elisha Robin, Eshe Asante, Kokoma Kwaku, and Tosin Alabi. The show is directed by Jessica Kaliisa with movement direction by Yassmin V Foster.
Tickets for Queens of Sheba are available now
Queens of Sheba returns to London’s Soho Theatre for 3-weeks only! Book your tickets early to avoid disappointment and guarantee you have great seats to the show!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 16+.
Running time1hr (no interval)
Performance dates7 - 26 February 2022
POST-MATINEE: TALK, SIT, HEAL Thu 10 Feb 4pm Post-show event to digest and discuss the key themes in the show. Free for ticket holders.
FROM VIDEO VIXEN TO BLACK QUEENS: THE REPRESENTATION OF BLACK WOMEN IN MUSIC Sat 12 Feb 4pm A post-matinee discussion on the presentation of Black women in the music industry with special guests. Free for ticket holders.
POST-MATINEE: TALK, SIT, HEAL Thu 17 Feb 4pm Post-show event to digest and discuss the key themes in the show. Free for ticket holders.
AIN'T I A WOMAN: FEMINISM & BLACK WOMEN Sat 19 Feb 4pm A post-matinee discussion on feminism and Blackness with special guests. free for ticket holders.
POST-MATINEE: TALK, SIT, HEAL Thu 24 Feb 4pm Post-show event to digest and discuss the key themes in the show. Free for ticket holders.