The second of three podcasts celebrating Black History Month.
Landé Belo and BeEbop Curaçao delve into the relationship between the arts and activism, the impact and evolution of British theatre, and the importance of creating theatre for a more inclusive and diverse audience. They catch up with Endy McKay – international screen and theatre actress, theatre practitioner and playwright about her work, life and her play #Regeneration. They also ask emerging young actress Inez Solomon Gardner about her hopes, aspirations and artivism.
Interview 1 : Endy McKay
Interview 2 : Inez Solomon Gardner, who also read and wrote Dear The Oppressors.
The Listener’s Question responses were from Ruth Sullivan, Gemma Mudu, Paul Woolf, Angelika Michitsch, Rosanna Preston, Bella Hornby, Angharad Ormond and Lucy Moss.
The Radio Drama section was written and read by Endy McKay from her blog The Only Black In The Village: Part One.
Music was by Jair-Rôhm Parker Wells and Colin Guthrie.
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Recorded in isolation.
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