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Just booked mytickets for #TheRoyaleUK @bushtheatre. It looks great.... *nudge nudge* http://t.co/p8x8RpAOQG
Kiri
@madomasi
28 Feb
Just booked mytickets for #TheRoyaleUK @bushtheatre. It looks great.... *nudge nudge* http://t.co/p8x8RpAOQG
Kiri
@madomasi
28 Feb
RT @guardian_sport: QPR fans’ big screen venture shows bigwigs what really makes a club, writes @rwilliams1947 http://t.co/4mkFaWt0e2
Bush Theatre
@bushtheatre
27 Feb
You can see the film on 2,3,4 March @bushtheatre.Preview night was packed,so we promise it’s worth it. #QPR #RStory https://t.co/iTNKBPNSBV
The Story of QPR
@StoryofQPR
27 Feb
#Fans of #newwriting, this one's for you: #ff @NewWaveTheatre, @backheretheatre & @bushtheatre to learn more about their #performances
Stagedoor
@StagedoorTweets
27 Feb
@bushtheatre that's right we are coming to you next Thursday 5th of March!
Caiger & Co Catering
@caigerskitchen
27 Feb

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The Royale | On this day in 1901…

On February 25 1901, Jack Johnson fought Joe Choynski in Galveston. This was in the early days of Johnson’s career and Choynski, a popular and experienced heavyweight, knocked him out in the third round. Because prizefighting was illegal in Texas at the time, they were both arrested. Bail was set at $5,000 which neither could afford.…

The Royale | Black Americans in the early 20th century

Early 20th century America was a dangerous place to be black. The legacy of slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction had left the old social order in tatters. Ideas about white superiority, once thought of as natural and right, were being challenged. And those people whose way of life was being challenged didn’t always like it. The Ku Klux Klan boasted one million members…

The Royale | The Guardian on Jack Johnson

“He whored and partied, seduced white women, drove fancy cars with reckless abandon, ran nightclubs, spoke a mangled version of French and mixed with gangsters, poets and princes. There was not a public figure of the age who could compare with Johnson for audacity and style – or white-baiting blackness.” Kevin Mitchell writing in The…