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THE BODY REMEMBERS (R&D PHASE) 2019


The Body Remembers is a performance piece which investigates where trauma lives in the body and how people normalise these behaviours. The piece will question how hypervisibility and hostile spaces impact and conform our bodies, and the ways in which we heal from this using our bodies as guides. The performance uses projection, soundscapes and verbatim to explore how performer and artist can reach catharsis.


 I am currently looking for 20 afro-caribbean women to get involved in the project's developed. Click here to find out more!


The project is supported by Arts Council England and Jerwood Arts with Movement Director by Mentor Imogen Knight.

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NOUGHTS & CROSSES (2019)


Directed by Esther Richardson
Presented by Mercury Theatre Colchester and Pilot Theatre
Co-produced by Belgrade Theatre Coventry, Derby Theatre and York Theatre Royal.
This gripping Romeo and Juliet story by acclaimed writer Malorie Blackman and adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz is a captivating drama of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world.
Photos by Robert Day.

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GIRLS (2017)


But when they’re kidnapped from home, their world is turned upside down. Hope and despair blur, jokes and fights become one, and the only hash tag that matters now is survival. 
Girls is a funny and fiercely passionate new play about enduring friendship, love, strength and girlhood, and explores the voices and stories behind the trending hashtags and headlines that so quickly become yesterday’s news. 
Photo by Pamela Raith 
Three girls. Best friends forever. All the big issues: love, sex and religion…
Photo by Pamela Raith
Talawa Theatre Company, HighTide and Soho Theatre presented Theresa Ikoko’s award-winning GIRLS, part of British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2017.

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TYPT 16: HATCH (2016)


In a London ravaged by war and waste, two groups of survivors fight to find a space to call home.
HATCH – what happens when the spaces we call our own shrink, shift and are invaded?
Watch some of London’s freshest talent in a fast-paced show, as Talawa Theatre Company’s TYPT take to the stage with fight choreography, new writing and original music.
 Photo By Lidia Crisafulli


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