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All Roads
Written by Roy Williams OBE
Directed by Anastasia Osei-Kuffour

“All that is needed are two persuasive, engaging performers to tell the story, and Kudzai Mangombe as Chantel and Tristan Waterson as Matthew work beautifully together…concise, authentic and thought-provoking”   The Stage ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

If only he knew. If only he listened. 

A tragic suicide. Two young Black lives are blown apart.

In the madness of grief, Matthew and Chantel find each other again.

As the clouds begin to clear they wonder what their shared future might hold.

I need to like myself; I need to have a proper life.

“A focussed, multi-layered glimpse into the lives of two young Black Britons that asks many vital questions.” Everything Theatre

ALL ROADS is the world premiere of a new play by Roy Williams (Death of England, Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads), directed by Anastasia Osei Kuffour, (On the Ropes, Seeds, Typical, Cuttin’ It) which explores what it means to love, grieve and build your own future, being young Black and British today.

“… A spellbinding two-hander drama about two teens bonded by a trauma that both feel guilt about. It is piercingly well acted by the utterly natural Kudzai Mangombe & Tristan Waterson.” Mark Shenton

‘Williams’ script is wonderful…Both Kudzai Mangombe and Tristan Waterson are tremendous’ Theatre & Tonic ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


Cast: Kudzai Mangombe & Tristan Waterson

Directed by Anastasia Osei-Kuffour

Designed by Zahra Mansouri

Lighting by Jonathan Chan

Sound by Khalil Madovi

Movement and Intimacy Direction by Yassmin V Foster

Dialect and accents by Esi Acquaah-Harrison

Produced by Attic in partnership with Tramshed in association with Theatre Peckham and Bernie Grant Arts Centre

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Soho Theatre On Demand


First performed in 2019 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe before the hit play transferred to Soho Theatre for a sell-out run, Typical is a powerful exploration of racism and how British society stereotypes Black masculinity. This urgent and important new drama stars Hollyoaks regular and former EastEnders star Richard Blackwood reprising the critically acclaimed part he played in the original stage version.

Written by award-winning playwright Ryan Calais Cameron and directed by Anastasia Osei-Kuffour, Typical uncovers the man and the humanity behind the tragic true-life events of Black British ex-serviceman Christopher Alder and the injustice that still remains twenty years since his story emerged.

'Astounding play' ★★★★★ Guardian |  ‘Powerfully poetic and painful’ ★★★★★ Arts Desk

‘Gripping’ ★★★★ Evening Standard | ‘Phenomenal’ ★★★★ Skinny | ‘An excellent performance’ ★★★★ Stage

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A humorous and heartfelt comedy that explores womanhood, class and how being let down by the system leads to heart-breaking choices.

Willow and Nicole's journeys collide in the dead of night when they unexpectedly meet in the garden of a London mansion. Both desiring something from inside No. 92, they join forces to break in. But once they do, and get caught by the Nanny Bian, it's soon revealed that they haven't been completely honest with each other.

Talawa Theatre Company and feral inc co-produced Running with Lions as part of Talawa’s 35th anniversary. Talawa Theatre Company is the UK’s outstanding Black theatre company.

Precious Little Thing was recorded in March 2021 during the national lockdown and in line with Covid safe measures. Jocelyn Jee Esien (Turn Up Charlie, Netflix), Jacoba Williams (The Snow Queen, Stephen Joseph Theatre) and Tuyen Do (The Great Wave, National Theatre) bring to life Roberta Livingston’s brand-new play.

Nicole - Jocelyn Jee Esien
Willow - Jacoba Williams
Bian - Tuyen Do

Written by Roberta Livingston
Produced by Ifrah Ismail
Directed by Anastasia Osei-Kuffour

Sound Design by Steve Bond
Sound Assistant: Makashe Ogbon
Assistant Producer: David Gilbert
Production Manager: Sarah Tombling
Executive Producer: Polly Thomas
Series Producer: Gill Parry

A Talawa Theatre / feral inc production for BBC Radio 4.

'strategically comical and warming' ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

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