guest post: the tf pledge / natalie ibu

“We — over here at tfhq — are many things but we’re not complacent. Whilst we’re a regularly funded organisation with the privilege of national portfolio funding which allows us the certainty to plan, there isn’t a week that goes by when we don’t interrogate why a company like ours — committed to telling stories about the African […]

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INTERSECT 2018

This month we announced that our Artistic Director — Natalie Ibu had been selected to be a part of INTERSECT 2018 a programme that aims to improve cultural diversity in the arts. The initiative is led by the British Council and Diversity Arts Australia and they be working with Creative Victoria, the University of Western […]

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#tfhq’s edinburgh fringe picks

It’s almost that time again — the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This time last year we were gearing up for our Fringe debut with mixed brain and decamping to Dalry. This year we’re packing our waterproofs, water bottle, reusable coffee cup and lanyard to return — turning up and turning out for our Black and African heritage artist […]

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#tfhq’s edinburgh fringe picks

In just two weeks, the mixed brain team will touch down in Edinburgh for our Fringe debut. Celebrating its 70th birthday, the Ed Fringe is where it’s at for new work from across the world. Eager to hit those cobbled streets, we’ve been having a scroll through the programme. You know we’ve got big love for artists of […]

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