sammy

This production explores the life of a man with extraordinary talent. It uses Sammy Davis jr’s history to tackle relevant contemporary issues – racism and the lack of personal, economic, and social freedom facing black people in the arts, which prevent them from developing or reaching their full potential. Presented at Theatre Royal Stratford East, […]

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abyssinia

This powerful story focused on the eighteen year old Prince Alemayehu of Ethiopia and his surrogate relationship with this country’s longest reigning monarch, Victoria. It examined how the young prince’s presence in England up to the time of his demise has contributed to the grand design of this country. His short life in England had […]

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bonded

A story about loss of innocence, it charted the friendship between two inseparable girls, Dolapo and Caramel, and the complex relationship they have with their respective mothers. Set between the Eighties and the present day, the tale begins in Nigeria and plunges into the surreal, when a mysterious man with a peculiar motive suddenly abducts […]

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booked!

Using mime, storytelling, music and comedy to accentuate the rich heritage of West African theatre tradition booked! fused stylistic and naturalistic forms to convey the hilarious and witty observations surrounding the day to day encounters of a young group of West African newcomers to the British Isles.

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