tiata delights 2019

tiata delights is back and taking over Watford Palace Theatre again with an inclusive festival, bringing artists and audiences together for a jam-packed day of events. Join us for a day of hands-on artist development sessions and relaxed networking opportunities, led by industry insiders and some of the brightest stars in the business. You’ll get to […]

Read More

diverse christmas

This December, tiata fahodzi – in partnership with the Young Vic – will be visiting primary schools in Peckham and Stockwell, asking 4 year olds what Christmas, difference and race means to them as part of research and development for our Christmas show for contemporary Britain, diverse christmas.   “stories have to be about white people” […]

Read More

tiata delights 2015

tiata delights is back and taking over Watford Palace Theatre with an inclusive festival, bringing artists and audiences together for a jam-packed day of events. tiata delights was the first ever festival to platform British African talent. From the Arcola and the Almeida to The Africa Centre, the festival now makes its home in Watford, bringing the […]

Read More

aunty aunty: the style consultation

Join us at the Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia festival for a style consultation in our pop-up salon… only it’s a salon like you’ve never seen before. Instead of hair and money, we’ll trade tales for time. Take a seat in our hairdressing chairs, share your salon stories and become part of the inspiration behind our brand new play aunty aunty, […]

Read More

tiata delights

A weekend festival for artists and audiences. #TD17 Come celebrate with tiata fahodzi at tiata delights, a festival bringing together artists and audiences for a jam-packed day of events. artists join us for practical workshops with those who’ve gone before, talks from our brightest stars, speed networking with your peers, mentoring and one-to-one sessions. audiences here’s your […]

Read More

tiata delights 2011

A presentation of exciting and varied work, tiata delights 2011 took place at the Africa Centre, Covent Garden.   message, Lizzie Dijeh – Ghosts of the Biafran war and the changing face of 21st Century Extremism collide head-on when London youngster Aras, on his uncle’s insistence joins the Igbo Cultural Alliance who are hell bent on […]

Read More