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Being a theatre company for Britain today and the Britain of tomorrow means that it’s important to us to stay plugged into the conversations that are preoccupying the diaspora. We love scrolling through our timelines and reading what Black British people have to say about barbershops, transmisogyny, music festivals and everything in between. Black Brits are taking […]

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guest post: performance artist paula varjack on the joys of the Edinburgh Fringe

What can artists expect from the Edinburgh Festival? A beautiful city that triples in population for 3 weeks with artists from all over the world. An exciting marathon of culture. An overwhelming assault on the senses and endless demands for attention from hundreds of others. A brilliant time. An exhausting time. A crushing time. An […]

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from sports in Rio to theatre in Edinburgh – two cities with the world inside them

Here at tiata fahodzi we’ve been overcome with Olympic fever – and the 2016 Rio games only started at the beginning of the week. We’ve been watching the African nations win the opening ceremony fashion wars, getting ourselves excited for the prospect of medals in the events we’re traditionally good at (hello, track and field events next […]

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tiata fahdozi’s edinburgh festival picks – artists from Africa and the diaspora

It’s finally August, and August means the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and some of the best theatre the world has to offer. After all the conversations about diverse theatre recently, we thought it would be good to do a list of some of our picks for the fringe. All artists on this list are, in some way, from Africa […]

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