good dog

tiata fahodzi in association with Watford Palace Theatre presents good dog by Arinzé Kene.  It’s in the window of Sam’s, behind the rusty display. Two wheels, shiny body, handlebars ready to be gripped. Mum’s promised him that bike so even when school or homelife bites, he knows to keep his chin up, his head down and his […]

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play 4

A new piece of work. We’re a company devoted to new work – work that is current, urgent and speaks of the world it was imagined from. This means we don’t know what we’ll be doing here – yet – but we promise, you’ll be the first to know when we know. In the meantime, sign […]

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aunty aunty, let me do your hair

aunty aunty…is a play set in a black hair salon – inspired by real-life and regional residencies – that meditates on beauty, on blackness, on femininity, on society and on community. We’re a company devoted to new work – work that is current, urgent and speaks of the world it was borne from. This means that […]

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Play 2

We’re a company devoted to new work – work that is current, urgent and speaks of the world it was borne from. This means we don’t know what we’ll be doing here – yet – but we promise you’ll be the first to know when we know. In the meantime, sign up to our mailing […]

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boi boi is dead

Afro-jazz legend, father, lover, playboy, husband, rule-breaker, enigmatic force of nature… boi boi is dead. But not forgotten. Zodwa Nyoni is a Zimbabwe-born playwright, poet and performer based in Leeds. A compelling new voice Nyoni presents her first full-length play after a year-long Channel 4 writer’s residency at West Yorkshire Playhouse. boi boi is dead […]

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cave of wonders!

Following the success of the inaugural tiata tamba tamba performances at tiata delights 11, we were delighted to be presenting three nights of surprising and scintillating improvised theatre with a superb team of performers. There was also a workshop, with the excellent Lucian Msamati, on improvised theatre skills.

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all african stars gala

A Gala held at tiata fahodzi’s birthplace – Theatre Royal Stratford East – to celebrate the company’s 10th year. Compered by Jocelyn Jee Esien the star-studded evening included an awards ceremony to honour leaders of every generation of British-African theatre talent. The packed audience enjoyed extracts from Tiata Fahodzi productions, leading broadcasters and stage luminaries […]

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