our dms are open

Being a theatre company for Britain today and the Britain of tomorrow means that it’s important to us to stay plugged into the conversations that are preoccupying the diaspora. We love scrolling through our timelines and reading what Black British people have to say about barbershops, transmisogyny, music festivals and everything in between. Black Brits are taking up space and making their voices heard in new ways every day. At #tfhq, we want to make space for nuanced conversations about the diverse experiences of people of African heritage – on-stage and online. Is there something bugging you? Is there something bringing you joy? Is there something you just have to write about?

 

We want to hear from you. We offer a fee because we believe in paying people for their work. Our DMs and emails are open to your pitches – we want to amplify your opinions on the things we talk about in the diaspora and at #tfhq. So what do you say?

 

Our previous guest bloggers include: Salome Wagaine; Tobi Kyeremateng; Paula VarjackKirby Afua; and Yomi Sode.


If you’d like to contribute to tiata fahodzi’s blog as a guest writer, get in touch.

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