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South West England's African Caribbean Theatre Company
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Talawa Theatre Co Mar 21
Talawa Theatre Company has launched MAKE Online: A new online community for Black British Artists, by Black British artists - Go play:
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UK Theatre Mar 21
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Tangle Mar 21
"Big things happen in unlikely spaces" -Tangle's spoke with about township theatre and the UK touring scene. Check it out here and let us know what you think
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Tangle Mar 20
You get our vote 🙏🏾
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Stage One Mar 18
📣DEADLINE APPROACHING 📣 Today is your last chance to apply for the Spring producers workshop. A 3 day immersion into the world of commercial producing with discussions led by leading industry professionals. Sign in or sign up to access the application!
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NelsonMandela Mar 13
"We need to restore & reaffirm the dignity of the people of Africa & the developing world. We need to place the eradication of poverty at the top of world priorities. We need to know with a fresh conviction that we all share a common humanity & that our diversity in the world..."
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The RSC Mar 12
We’re looking for boys who can sing, dance and act well to play the lead roles of Dennis and Darvesh in our upcoming musical of ’ novel The Boy in the Dress! They must be aged between 10-13 years old, find out more and register at
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Tangle Mar 11
Another member of Tangle family doing great things. Congrats Ayo-Dele!
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Anna Coombs Mar 9
Amazing trip back 'home' to Stratford, where I first about theatrecraft as a teenager. A memory round every corner of for me. Great to be the 'official rep' for at debut performance ... and he smashed it! I'm so proud of you Alexander!
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Tangle Mar 8
Happy to the incredible women that we work with and share a creative space with. Let's continue to encourage, inspire and empower one another - we're proud of you all!
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Africa Writes Mar 7
Are you interested in literature and looking to develop your experience in festival organising? We are currently recruiting for an festival intern to join our team. Deadline 11 March. Open to current students & graduates. pls RT!
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Camden People's Theatre Mar 4
Have you seen our latest opportunities for artists? Applications are currently open for Seed Commissions! We offer six seed commissions annually targeted to artists from BAME backgrounds, to support the development of innovative new theatre projects.
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Tangle Mar 5
Another member of Tangle family doing exceptional things is who is bringing to this month. San Francisco, you're in for a serious treat!
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Tangle Mar 4
We're so proud to see members of our Tangle family doing great things out in the world... If you haven't seen it already, you have until 16th March to catch 's production of The Importance of Being Ernest. Tickets here
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Tangle Mar 4
Tickets are now on sale for ' I'll Say it Again 2019, a season of all women artists, taking place at Tara Theatre throughout May. Book your tickets online now at
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Tangle Feb 28
A great opportunity 👇🏾
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Tangle Feb 27
Want to know a little bit more about who we are and what we do, head over to
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Guest Projects Feb 18
Between Friday 1 March - Friday 31 May, Guest Projects will be accepting submissions for Artist Residencies taking place in 2020! More details to come soon...
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Brit Theatre Academy Feb 20
We are looking for BAME (Black Asian Minority Ethnic) performers from ages 13-25 to take part in our production of Once On This Island. We understand that this beautiful show is led and pays homage to BAME culture and we will honour that 🌴
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Kit Marlowe Feb 13
These lovers parleyed by the touch of hands; True love is mute, and oft amazed stands.
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