good dog: the film

good dog explores the everyday injustices, people and places that make us who we are. Set during the early noughties, good dog chronicles growing up in a multicultural community and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control… because even the most patient among us can’t wait forever. Adapted from a full length […]

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tiata interventions: Black Ticket Project x Tiata Fahodzi presents #BTPReadUp

tiata interventions: Black Ticket Project x tiata fahodzi presents #BTPReadUp Like most companies and organisations, our activity for the year has shifted into a place of uncertainty. In these challenging times, it’s difficult to plan for the future without the ability to physically gather communities – something that lies at the heart of what we […]

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mixed brain

Jack wanted to get into teams real quick so he said, why don’t we do blacks VS white? I was confused, what does he mean? People with black shoes vs people with white trainers? Jack, Tom, Rob, George and Myles went to one side of the pitch and I was left stood in the middle as […]

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bricks and pieces

“Are black people often playing petty criminals? Are women always playing the love interest or talking about men? Are gay people always stereotyped? Are disabled people hardly ever seen?… …I don’t think of myself as just a ‘black actor’. I’m an actor, not a number” – Idris Elba, The House of Commons, January 2016. Working in collaboration […]

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play 4 – wip

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 you’ll be the first to know when we know. Sign up to our mailing […]

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aunty aunty, let me do your hair – wip

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. #auntyaunty We’re a company devoted to new work – work that is current, urgent and speaks of the world it was borne from. This […]

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the legend of hamba

Hamba set off to war. He won and lost empires, became a king, a beggar and a thief. A hundred years later he is no closer to home. the legend of hamba is a contemporary African Everyman play created specifically for outdoors presentation. ‘Hamba’ is an Ndebele word meaning, ‘Walk!’ or ‘Let’s go! Ndebele is one […]

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