Bhav’s first month at tiata fahodzi

Our new administrator Bhavini Goyate does a throwback to her first month at tiata fahodzi – we can’t quite believe how quickly the time has gone. “My first month as administrator for tiata fahodzi has been fantastic, challenging and a breath of fresh air (and not just because I’m in rural Watford). When I started […]

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charlene james and natalie ibu q&a with RADA

  The creative team behind bricks and pieces – award-winning writer Charlene James and tiata fahodzi Artistic Director Natalie Ibu – both joined RADA for #bricksqanda, a twitter question and answer session about about the new show.   RADA: Hi Charlene and Natalie. To start with, tell us what can audiences expect from bricks and pieces?charlene james: Geeks, grief, heroines and Lego.natalie ibu: bricks and pieces is a delicate, funny, […]

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guest post: actor david jonsson on his role in bricks and pieces

Rehearsals for bricks and pieces have been brilliant. It’s been a process of constant digging and leaving no stone unturned. We work 6-day weeks, and things are constantly changing. From the feel or journey of a scene, to Charlene giving us new drafts, re-writes and tweeks; we’re certainly all being kept on our toes! Our […]

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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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happy 18th birthday

On 7 November, we took over Watford Palace Theatre with the first tiata delights since 2011. A day for artists and audiences, we celebrated 18 years of tiata fahodzi; looking back, around and forward at artists and art.   tiata delights round up PDF: delighted by tiata delights   (c) Wasi Daniju

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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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