New play 'Sweet Like Chocolate, Boy' explores black British culture

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New play 'Sweet Like Chocolate, Boy' explores black British culture

A play growing up on the estates of London in the 90s - written and directed by Tristan Fynn-Aidu-enu is opening at the Brockley Jack theatre.

Tristan joined us alongside Andrew Umerah and Veronica Beatrice Lewis who star in multiple roles in the show.

'Sweet Like Chocolate Boy' is on at The Brockey Jack Theatre from the 30th of October 30th to the 17th of  November.

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