guest blog: “did they want an ‘erykah badu’ or a ‘thandie newton’ type of black?” – a conversation with babirye bukilwa / jesse bernard

“When you watch babirye bukilwa on stage, she brings an immense amount of passion, purpose and creative detail to whatever role she plays. It shines in other areas of her creative work, such as her poetry that can be found in Sista! An anthology of writing by queer women of African and Caribbean descent. One […]

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We’re busy developing a new way of working with artists — launching soon. In the meantime, hold tight. To be in the know, join our mailing list and follow us on Instagram and Twitter.

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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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