Kitchen By Gaël Le Cornec

Kitchen By Gaël Le Cornec

1978. Winter of discontent. Workers join forces to strike. In the middle of it all, Jacinta, a Brazilian woman arrives to work in a biscuit factory in East London. With poetry and humour she changes the live of everybody around, but will she dare...

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Queen Pokou

Queen Pokou

Steeped in oral history and mythology, the play depicts Queen Pokou as she leaves what is present day Ghana and travels west into Ivory Coast. According to oral tradition, Pokou and her people were forced to leave Ghana as a war of succession...

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Nigerian Heritage Project

Nigerian Heritage Project

The Nigerian Heritage Project involved a research and oral history interviews carried out by a working group of 12 participants led by Bola Agbaje, and workshops delivered to over 100 South-East London community members. The group carried out 10...

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Biafra to England

The Documentary BIAFRA TO ENGLAND is a culmination of StoneCrabs Theatre Company Odoya Nigeria! Heritage Project, supported by The Heritage Lottery Fund. The project involved in-depth reserach and oral history interviews carried out by a working...

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Dancing Cow

What is folklore? What is myth? Themes such as cultural festivals, stories about mythological cows all around the world: Kamadhenu in India; Hathor in Egypt; Ushi Oni in Japan; Minotaur in Greece and of course the Brazilian Bumba-Meu-Boi amongst...

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Brazilian Roots

Brazilian Roots

Brazilian Roots is a project that uses cross-over activities including drama, craft and games to introduce children to the rich culture of Brazil. This includes the native history and traditions of the Amazonian Native People, their rich...

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