Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu’s Tell Me A Tale: Improvisation & Story Structure Workshop

Join Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu on July 5th for Tell Me A Tale: Improvisation & Story Structure. This masterclass is a condensed refresher working from Tristan’s acclaimed Storytelling Course.

Following the success of last year’s two week festival of new and emerging Black work and artists, Talawa Firsts festival is returning.

This July at our base in Croydon, Talawa Theatre Company will host two amazing weeks of new work, workshops, rooftop club nights, their first Don’t Flick short film screenings and more, themed around obsessions and chance encounters, encouraging all festivalgoers to stay curious!

Facilitator bio 

Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu is a British-Ghanaian theatremaker whose work aims to stretch the imagination of his audiences with his unique brand of storytelling. He was nominated for an Olivier in 2022 for his work on For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy by Ryan Calais Cameron.

As director, theatre includes: For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy (Nouveau Riche/Boundless/New Diorama & Royal Court Theatre), Little Baby Jesus (Orange Tree), Twilight (St. Mary’s University), The Spalding Suite (LAMDA), Gone Too Far! (Guildhall), Bootycandy (Gate Theatre).

As writer/director, theatre includes: Sweet Like Chocolate Boy (Jack Studio/BAC/Tobacco Factory/Theatre Peckham), Sundown Kiki (Young Vic), Divine (Arts Ed), Hyde & Seek (Guildhall).

Awards include: 2019 JMK Young Director Award, 2022 Black British Theatre Award for Best Director.

To find out more and sign up: Talawa Firsts 2024 Presents: MASTERCLASS | Tell Me a Tale Edition 2 Tickets, Croydon | Eventbrite

Published on:
13 Jun 2024

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