The Death of a Black Man POSTPONED
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'The Death of a Black Man' has been postponed due to Covid-19
Alfred Fagon's story of wheeler-dealing on King's Road first premiered at Hampstead Theatre in 1975. Now, it's back as part of the venue's 'Classics' season, in a production directed by Dawn Walton. It follows friends Shakie and Stumpie as they embark on money-making schemes in the heart of fashionable London, in a sharp satire on post-colonial attitudes and prejudice.