i stopped…when at VAULT Festival 2019, 23rd-27th January
A new piece of Slam Theatre exploring love, labels and interracial relationships.
Playwright: Nicole Acquah
Director: Dorcas A. Stevens
Cast: Nicole Acquah, Joseph Cullen, Lauren La Rocque, Tom Nguyen
INFOMANIA at MINIATURISTS: VAULT EDITION
My short play Infomania, directed by Simona Hughes.
Just because something’s small doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. Or experimental, or poignant or thought provoking. For proof of this, look to the Miniaturists, a regularly staged event that celebrates the possibilities of the short play… As a forum for writers to push themselves to new places, the Miniaturists is ideal, and from the audience’s perspective it makes for an exciting and memorably different theatre experience. – Natasha Tripney
THE PAPER TRAVELER (NOVEMBER 2018)
I’ll be performing again in this wonderfully interactive show, which brings stories to life in a sort of treasure hunt through libraries! (I’ll be performing on 23rd and 24th November dates)
Kensington Central Library
30 October, 1 & 3 November 2018
Woolwich Centre Library
8 & 10 November 2018
Westminster Reference Library
21, 22, 23 & 24 November 2018
Tickets: £3 / £5 https://www.marieklimis.com/papertraveller
For a Black Girl at The Curve, Slough (16th October 2018)
For a Black Girl is BACK! We’ll be performing at a stylish arts space called The Curve Slough on 16th October, 2018.
Come join us!
Medusa at The Crypt Gallery (26th-29th September 2018)
I’m working with powerhouse all-female theatre company, 27 degrees, to bring alive this tale about monsters, myths and womanhood.
“A contemporary take on a well-known tale, examining what it takes for women to be considered monsters.”
For a Black Girl – Written by Nicole Acquah (VAULT Festival 2018)
I wrote a play called ‘For a Black Girl’. It’s a brutally honest exploration of the Black British experience in the UK.
For a Black Girl made the ‘Top 10 shows to see at VAULT’ as recommended by The Guardian. It was also listed in WhatsonStage and The Upcoming.
“A vital and vibrant show”
“A cleverly written and passionately performed bombardment”
“A flash of brilliance. The… show is brutal, honest and crafted with real skill.”
For a Black Girl (15th March, Camden People’s Theatre)
I wrote a semi-autobiographical play which explores the lives and experiences of BAME (particularly female BAME) citizens in the UK.
After a hugely successful run at London’s biggest arts festival, the show is now also part of SPRINT Festival 2018.
Come join us at Camden People’s Theatre this March! > https://www.cptheatre.co.uk/production/for-a-black-girl/
The play is being brought to life by This Is It Theatre Company – a company of fantastically talented people, all of whom I love dearly.
We’ve got some exciting venues lined up, so give us a follow on our twitter: For a Black Girl for further details!
N*gger – A One Woman Show (Omnibus Theatre, 27th June 2018)
I’ll be performing in a fresh, new devised show exploring power and language, entitled ‘N*gger’ as part of Omnibus Theatre’s ‘Engine Room’ programme.
If you’re simply looking for a show which is vibrant, colourful and thought-provoking, this is the one for you! Please join me in a part scripted, part improvised show, tracking the N word from its origination to its current day usage.
27TH JUNE 2018
Performer: Nicole Acquah
Director: Sammy O’Byrne
In collaboration with: Omnibus Theatre
Tickets and more info: https://www.omnibus-clapham.org/event/engine-room-12/
The Paper Traveller (2018) Wandsworth Arts Fringe
I’m performing in this exciting new piece by theatre-maker and designer, Marie Klimis. Part of Wandsworth Fringe!
An exciting new piece of storytelling which is part theatre, part treasure hunt.
Come join us on:
Battersea Library: 5, 9, 12 & 16, May 2018
Walthamstow Library: 10 May 2018
Manor House Library: 13 & 15 May 2018
TICKETS HERE – https://www.marieklimis.com/papertraveller
Identity – Facilitated by Lulu Pollice (2017)
This was a project which joined a small group of facilitators, asylum seekers, and artists for a day of exploration, discussions on identity and expressing our home and cultures.
My role was as an artist and I was given one hour to create art based on the events of the day. I created a spoken word poem (combined with movement), which was filmed and will be showcased at BFI cinema 18th November 2017.
It was a very illuminating day, and above all else, enjoyable! It was great to meet people from all over the world, hear their stories and even share in some food together. When I can I will share the finished film with you.
Going It Alone (2017)
I had the pleasure of performing in a new writing night in ‘Going it Alone’ by Paula Davis, a raw and brave story about homelessness and female friendship.
Playwright: Paula Davis
Director: Christina Bulford
Performers: Amy Collins, Nicole Acquah