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Markus the Sadist, The Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Markus the Sadist, The Bloomsbury Theatre, London

Billed as a ‘rap opera’, Markus the Sadist tells the story of a talented young battle MC from South London who is picked up by a scheming A&R with the promise of fame and wealth. The dialogue is delivered to a large extent through rhyme, with quite a bit of rapping throughout. The composer and musical director of the show is talented musician Soweto Kinch, and with Jonzi D as artistic director, the play has a strong team behind it.

Soweto Kinch Presents - The Flyover Show

Soweto Kinch Presents – The Flyover Show

Led by multi-award winning jazz musician and MC Soweto Kinch, The Hockley Flyover Project is an ambitious day-long street festival that brings world class jazz, hip hop, poetry, dance and theatre to a neglected corner of Birmingham. Also featuring notables from across the country such as Bashy, TY, Eska Mtungwazi, Jonzi D and Zena Edwards, it will be a pertinent national statement about ‘Urban’ art.

Breakin Convention - 2007 Tour Dates

Breakin Convention – 2007 Tour Dates

Sadler’s Wells’ internationally acclaimed Hip Hop Dance Theatre Festival, Breakin’ Convention, breaks out of London for its first ever UK tour following three blockbuster years of sold-out shows. The tour commences May 2007 courtesy of the Dance Consortium under the direction of the one and only  Jonzi D, this unique showcase bringing you the finest international and national Hip Hop dance artists.

Breakin Convention 2007

Breakin Convention 2007 – The Fourth Annual International Festival of Hip Hop Dance Theatre

Sadler's Wells annual celebration of Hip Hop dance theatre returns this May Day Bank Holiday Weekend Breakin’ Convention takes over from Saturday 5 – Monday 7 May 2007. Now firmly established as a must-see event in the dance calendar, 2007 marks the fourth Breakin’ Convention at Sadler's Wells and due to ever-increasing popularity, sees the festival break out of London for the first time to tour a further eight venues across the UK as part of a Dance Consortium tour.