IROKO Theatre's artistic director Alex Oma-Pius appears in the Evening Standard. February 22nd.
Alex attended the Evening Standard's special evening at the British Museum. The event was held in celebration of a collection inspired by London's diverse communities.
Alex is quoted in the Evening Standard saying, "You might go round and see a mask and it's just a mask, but coming as part of a group, going round with someone who can explain it further, then it is no longer a mask."
IROKO Theatre Company is seeking to recruit two volunteer researchers to assist with our ‘Stories of Africans Living in Newham’ project.
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On July 20th 29 excited members of the community travelled up to Liverpool, to see the Igbo Compound within the International Slavery Museum. The recreated family compound is decorated with Uli designs, commissioned from local artists!