For the first time in a major British theatre, Shakespeare presented - and history reinterpreted - by a company of Black women: Richard II
A Tale of Three Cities
Three events taking BBAS's research back into the community in autumn 2015
October 21, Coventry - the Belgrade Theatre B2: 'To tell My Story' exhibition, introduced by Professor Tony Howard, for Black History Month.
November 12, Birmingham - The Drum. 'In Robeson's Footsteps' including the 'To Tell my Story' exhibition and a performance of In Robeson's Footsteps: a drama-documentary with Nicholas Bailey, Simon Manyonda, Sarah Paul, and Gaby Wong; BBAS's contribution to Being Human, the national festival of the humanities
January 15, London - Kilburn Tricycle. A half-day event presenting the research of the Multicultural Shakespeare in Britain project, including a public seminar, exhibition, drama-documentary performance, and the launch of the British Black and Asian Shakespeare Performance Database.