generation afropolitan: we are here

‘Afropolitans cannot be made singular and enjoy the privilege of multiplicity in all ways, including geography, which are absent from our storytelling and yet they have something to say to us all – in this post-Brexit time – about the possibilities for our lives, relationships and work when the world chooses to say yes to […]

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generation afropolitan: natalie ibu was here

Last November, Artistic Director Natalie Ibu went on an adventure – visiting five cities in three countries – meeting the global diaspora to find out what home, geography and locality means to them.    With the help of Google, we’ve created a map – catching all 75 coffee shops, restaurants, theatres, train stations, museums that Natalie […]

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planes, trains and automobiles

At tiata fahodzi, our mission is to illuminate the mixed, multiple experiences of the African diaspora in Britain today. This November Artistic Director Natalie – with a little help from Taiye Selasi and the British Council – takes this mission with her to three countries and five cities as she explores the multiplicity of locality, home and identity […]

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natalie ibu’s speech at the launch of the artistic director leadership programme

Yesterday tiata fahodzi launched the Artistic Director Leadership Programme – a two-year training programme for future theatre leaders, delivered by 20 Stories High, Freedom Studios, Talawa Theatre Company and tiata fahodzi, supported by the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS) and Independent Theatre Council (ITC) – with a speech from AD Natalie Ibu. Read on to see what she had to say to 30 of the leaders […]

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