danny sapani becomes a patron

tiata fahodzi are thrilled to welcome Danny Sapani – an exquisite talent – as our newest patron. From Macbeth to Misfits, and Doctor Who to Little Britain, Danny Sapani is an accomplished and versatile actor whose work spans film, television and theatre. Trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, his film work includes The Oxford […]

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round up: aunty aunty did your hair

Last weekend, we set up a pop up salon (and home) at Africa Utopia – the Southbank Centre’s festival celebrating Africa. During aunty aunty: the style consultation, we encountered over 300 people, gathering 8 hours of recorded personal stories to inspire our 2018 production. We met friends and families, girls with blogs and women with braids; hoards of women […]

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programme: i know all the secrets in my world

i know all the secrets in my world produced by tiata fahodzi in association with Watford Palace Theatre               cast son mother father gamba cole keisha amponsa banson solomon israel  creative team   writer and director                       designer                                     lighting designer  movement director          […]

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news: tiata fahodzi and West Yorkshire Playhouse to take part in RTYDS

tiata fahodzi – in partnership with West Yorkshire Playhouse are one of 8 theatre companies across the UK  chosen to work with the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS), the UK’s longest running and most influential training scheme for young directors.  For over 50 years, the scheme has placed new talent in major theatres around […]

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news: dear bloggers…

big bloggin’ We – at tiata fahodzi – love blogs. We spend our Sundays pouring endless cups of coffee and poring over every word, every tag, every link. It’s through your blogs we learnt how to shingle our newly shorn afro as well as about Jamal Harewood’s The Privileged. It’s through the corridors of twitter […]

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spotlight on #tfhq

There’s been a lot of change around here. We’ve changed artistic directors, moved to Watford Palace Theatre, relaunched the brand and passed the administration baton from long-serving thomas kell to alison hargreaves. So, let us introduce ourselves….                              Hey you, what’s your […]

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i know: video diary / emily ida

  emily ida is a freelance stage manager based in London. She trained at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, gaining knowledge in all areas of design and production, before choosing her pathway in stage management. Theatre credits include  After All This (Ovalhouse Theatre); Dark Earth (Eastern Angles); I Peaseblossom, I Caliban (Company of Angels); Quentin Crisp (Seabright Productions); Curtains (Mountview Academy of Theatre […]

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i know: video diary / ajjaz awad-ibrahim

    ajjaz awad-ibrahim trained at the Brit School, RADA (Foundation Course) and Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (BA) where she became the first student to win the Lawrence Olivier Award bursary (2010). Since leaving education she has continued to develop herself as a theatre-maker as well as an actor. Theatre credits include Bimwili and The Zimwi (Little Angel […]

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i know: video diary / annie-lunnette deakin-foster

    annie-lunnette deakin-foster is a choreographer, rehearsal director and movement director. For the past decade she has been working within the dance sector – teaching, performing, choreographing, creating production concepts, as well as assisting well known choreographers in the field and establishing her own company, C-12 Dance Theatre. Career highlights include: choreographic assisting Jeanefer Jean-Charles […]

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