“The work of Tamasha is vital. Their mission of creating a home for a new generation of artists from the Global Majority is a leading light within our industry. The confidence, tenacity and generosity with which the company articulate their vision and values is resolute and galvanising. We need to ensure support at the highest level for their work if we are to ensure the next generation of representative talent are truly engaged, challenged and championed.”

Professor Orla O’Loughlin | Vice-Principal and Director of Drama | Guildhall School of Music & Drama

This July

ORANGES AND STONES

A play without words, told solely through physical action and original music that conveys a moving image of occupation and settlement in Palestine spanning over 75 years. An ASHTAR Theatre production, directed by Mojisola Adebayo.

18 July | Unity Theatre (part of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival)

23-27 July | Theatro Technis, London

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This July

ORANGES AND STONES

A play without words, told solely through physical action and original music that conveys a moving image of occupation and settlement in Palestine spanning over 75 years. An ASHTAR Theatre production, directed by Mojisola Adebayo.

18 July | Unity Theatre (part of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival)

23-27 July | Theatro Technis, London

Book now

Coming up

WOLVES ON ROAD

A fast, funny and furious deep-dive into the mysterious world of cryptocurrency where ambition and hope come at a price. Written by Beru Tessema, directed by Daniel Bailey and co-produced with Bush Theatre.

9 November – 21 December | Bush Theatre

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Coming up

WOLVES ON ROAD

A fast, funny and furious deep-dive into the mysterious world of cryptocurrency where ambition and hope come at a price. Written by Beru Tessema, directed by Daniel Bailey and co-produced with Bush Theatre.

9 November – 21 December | Bush Theatre

Book now

Free Palestine

Resources to support global majority artists who have been directly or indirectly affected by the genocide taking place, to have space and support, to be able to voice what they are feeling without censorship or fear, to find solace in the company of others, and kindness in a community that understands. 

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Free Palestine

Resources to support global majority artists who have been directly or indirectly affected by the genocide taking place, to have space and support, to be able to voice what they are feeling without censorship or fear, to find solace in the company of others, and kindness in a community that understands. 

Read more

Tamasha Surgery Sessions

Monthly 1-2-1 sessions with members of our team – both in-person and online. A chance to share ideas, learn more about Tamasha and our programmes, get artistic / career advice, or to have a chat with some of the team.

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Creative Wellbeing Lab

A year-long programme, in partnership with Creative Health Camden and King’s College London, focused on the development of Global Majority Practitioners who are keen on using their artistic practice to address ongoing mental health crises. Funded by The Baring Foundation.

Meet the Practitioners of 2024

Developing Artists

Tamasha Developing Artists is an artist-led professional development programme for emerging and established theatre artists.

 

 

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Developing Artists

Tamasha Developing Artists is an artist-led professional development programme for emerging and established theatre artists.

 

 

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About Tamasha

We’re a home for emerging and established artists from the global majority. A theatre company that’s been championing lesser heard voices and stories since 1989.

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