SOLD photo on Stagedoor

SOLD Tickets

Location: Studio - The Vaults, Leake Street

SOLD photo on Stagedoor
Show Ended

Date & Time

Show ended

Tue 28 Jan - Sun 2 Feb, 4.30pm & 7.20pm

Runtime: 1h 00m

About SOLD

One woman’s first-hand account of brutality at the height of the slave trade. Mary Prince's true story told through traditional African Griot storytelling fusing theatre, song, poetry, drumming and dance. Kuumba Nia Arts (KNA) was founded in 2009 to bring African and Caribbean peoples’ histories and contemporary stories to life through theatre and film. Our storytelling theatre form is a fusion of drama, song, dance and ritual linked to Caribbean and African roots. We celebrate and explore the black experience in all its shades, sharing universal stories through an Afro-Caribbean lens. We create theatre, workshops, projects and deliver film screenings. We've had a successful full run at Edinburgh Fringe this summer with our show SOLD co produced with Unlock The Chains Collective winning Best Ensemble Award from Musical theatre review and with 5 and 4 star reviews. This year we are one of the Evolve companies with Oxford Playhouse, we were the first winners of the propeller scheme run by North Wall and Oxfordshire Theatre Makers. We have worked with ACKHI, Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museums in Oxford on projects and performances around the Windrush Day. 12+ Tags: Black Voices, Human Rights, True Story *Contains descriptions of physical beating