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 â€˜Stories of Africans Living in Newhamâ€™ project.
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IROKO Theatre have begun conducting a series of workshops and training sessions, teaching musical skills to different sections of the community, including school children.