Black is the Color of My Voice

Black is the Color of My Voice Tickets

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  • Following sell-out seasons in Shanghai, New York, Edinburgh and in London at Wilton’s Music Hall, the Fringe First award winner Apphia Campbell brings her acclaimed play with music to Trafalgar Studios 2 for four weeks only.

    Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, BLACK IS THE COLOR OF MY VOICE follows a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist seeking redemption after the untimely death of her father. She reflects on the journey that took her from a young piano prodigy destined for a life in the service of the church, to a renowned jazz vocalist at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement.

    On selected evenings, Apphia performs her cabaret Soul Sessions after BLACK IS THE COLOR OF MY VOICE (separate ticket purchase required).

    Written and performed by Apphia Campbell

    Directed by Arran Hawkins and Nate Jacobs

    At London's Trafalgar Studios 2 from February 2019, book your BLACK IS THE COLOR OF MY VOICE tickets today!

    Please note: Recommended for ages 12+.


    *PLEASE NOTE: ATG continues to make the safety and security of its customers and staff a priority. As such, please bear in mind that we may undertake bag checks, so recommend you leave extra time to avoid queues, and refrain from bringing suitcases, rucksacks and large bags into the theatre. Many thanks for your cooperation.

  • Trafalgar Studios 2

    Whitehall,
    London,
    SW1A 2DY

  • Full Seating Plan
    Trafalgar Studios 2 Seating Plan
  • THE TIMES

    4 stars
    'Campbell may wear Simone's trademark head wrap, but her performance goes beyond impersonation.'


    BROADWAY BABY

    5 stars
    'Nothing short of sensational. Campbell will make you cheer for her, smile with her and then sting your eyes with tears'


    EDINBURGH FESTIVAL MAGAZINE

    4 stars
    'Compelling and heartbreaking story, punctuated with bursts of song.'


    SMART SHANGHAI


    'Campbell transfixed, she charmed, she entertained and ultimately moved a packed theatre with her touching portrayal of the jazz musician'