I am on The Bush Theatre’s Emerging Writer’s Group!!
Click the link to watch me talk about being on the Emerging Writer’s Group at The Bush
Talking about Award-Nominated Show, Sankofa
Nicole Acquah’s award-nominated play, “Sankofa”, weaves together live music, storytelling, and traditional pottery to explore legacy, heritage, and what it means to belong as part of the African diaspora. The play will take to the stage at The Bread and Roses Theatre next week (15-19 February), so I caught up with Nicole to hear more about the show’s origins and driving forces, her approach to placing difficult subject matter on stage, and her desire to see God’s influence in her work. Here’s what she had to say about this upcoming work…
Top Tips for Making Autobiographical Work
Ahead of Acquah&co’s run of Sankofa at The Bread & Roses Theatre this February, Nicole Acquah talks us through her top tips for creating autobiographical theatre…
BBC Radio Berkshire
Click here to listen to myself being interviewed by Bridgitte Tetteh for BBC Radio Berkshire. Discussing race, politics and theatre.
It was lovely to be invited to the studios. Thanks for having me!
Free Flow ‘Fro – Talking about Afro Hair and the Acting Industry
Interview backstage with Michael Wharley photoshoot.
BTS: Free Flow Fro: A Natural Hair Project shoot day – | Michael Wharley Portrait & Advertising Photographer (michaelwharleyphoto.com)
Talking VAULTS 2019 with Nicole Acquah of Acquah&Co
Talking Vaults Festival 2019 with Nicole Acquah of ACQUAH&CO – Interview – Arts Award on Voice (voicemag.uk)
Spoken Word and Performance with Christina Bulford, The Empty Blogspace
7 Playwrights On Why They Write
7 Playwrights On Why They Write – London Playwrights (londonplaywrightsblog.com)
BBC News – Why body image is a weighty issue at the Fringe – Vincent Dowd
Interview with Vincent Dowd discussing Edinburgh Fringe 2019. This interview was also broadcast on BBC Radio.
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Artistic State of Mind Podcast
A really fun chat with hosts Juliana and Steven, with my co-lead, the wonderful PJ Stanley, talking about my show ‘For a Black Girl’.
A link to the podcast is here
Thanks for having us!