Kemah Bob Serves us in Abundance

This week I was given the pleasure of sitting down to talk with the comedian, writer, producer Kemah Bob. Kemah is funny, gentle, incisive, and inspiring, a wise soul and trailblazer working hard to create safe spaces for femme people of colour in comedy and beyond. Kemah is the host of the FOC IT UP! […]

Confidence and Community: An Interview with Topher Campbell

Afro-Queer Artist and filmmaker Topher Campbell has over 20 years of experience in film,  theatre, performance, writing, and site-specific work. His work focuses on sexuality, masculinity, race, human rights,  and climate change. I recently had the honour of speaking to Topher about his latest documentary: Moments That Shaped Queer Black Britain.  Moments That Shaped Queer […]

Tanya Compas Gives Young Creatives The Blueprint With Her Instagram programme ‘Erasure’

Youth worker, social media maverick, and founder of Exist Loudly, Tanya Compas has teamed up with Instagram as part of their Black Perspectives initiative, inspired by Instagram’s ongoing commitment to champion and support young Black creators to grow and make a living on and off the platform. Tanya has launched  Erasure; a two-day bootcamp where […]

“Everyone’s Voice Is Unique and Everyone’s Voice Matters”: An Interview with Two Twos Podcast

Nana Duncan, 29 and Rose Frimpong, 30 are best friends who make up the Two Twos Podcast. They became fast friends after meeting in 2015 at a rooftop party, fast forward to 2021 and the duo have successfully made a transition from creating content on Youtube, to creating an enlightening, insightful and informative podcast, with […]

Womanhood and Power: Perception Festival

Each year, multi-award-winning independent Clapham Omnibus Theatre hosts their Perception festival which celebrates and explores different topics and themes relevant to our modern-day society. Perception 2019 theme, ‘nasty woman’ explored the, ‘perceived notions of femininity and womanhood in a rich and riotous range of voices’. The line-up was a compelling collage, ‘of theatre and performance […]

Mercedes Iman Diamond Talks Drag Race, Opulence & Representation

“OPPALANNNNNCE, YOU OWN EVERYTHINGGGGG” Every season on RuPaul’s Drag Race, there’s that one queen that wows us with an iconic catchphrase and this season, it came courtesy from the queen of opulence herself…Miss Mercedes Iman Diamond. Truly one of a kind, this East African beauty is the FIRST Muslim queen on RuPaul’s Drag Race hailing all the […]