Patrice Naiambana is an actor, currently playing Warwick in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Histories Cycle. Other productions include the RSC's The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Much Ado About Nothing, Cymbeline and The Spanish Tragedy; Pericles at Shakespeare's globe and A Midsummer Night's Dream at Coventry Belgrade. As Artistic Director and Founder of Tribal Soul Theatre Company, he won the prestigious Fringe First award for his self-penned one-man show The Man Who Committed Thought, a funny and moving portrayal of crises in Sierra Leone.
As CAPITAL Fellow of Creativity, Patrice presented The Man Who Committed Thought as the inaugural CAPITAL Masterclass in a free performance which packed out the University of Warwick Chaplaincy. Patrice then went on to work with a group of fifteen students on a project combining African storytelling techniques with Shakespeare's Othello to create a new performance piece. More information can be found here .