This lyrical piece recounts a single evening of two strangers’ chance meeting to the sounds of London’s busy nightlife.
From sex and politics, to religion and the latest Snapchat filter, nothing is off-limits when talking to someone you’ll never see again. You’d be surprised just how much a stranger can teach you about yourself. Their two nights intertwine in this modern day love story turned on its head.
VAULT Festival '17
Director Damilola K Fashola
Assistant Director Wofai
Cast: Juliet Okotie
The Q debuted at London's biggest art festival; 'Vault' REHEARSED READING / WORKSHOP PERFORMANCE.
Supported by Ayinde Arts, Founder and Sky Academy Arts Scholarship winner '16 Yinka Ayinde and Damilola K Fashola both have produced "Afrobeats Musical" firsts: with the first on West End (Oliva Tweest), and the first ever in London (African Jambalya), respectively.
His work since, has attracted 67% first time theatre goers and 80% BAME audiences. Last year the team worked with 2016 MOBO Nominee Moelogo producing his first sell-out headline show at Birthdays, Dalston. His latest project with Sky Academy is a stage adaptation of the 90’s TV comedy show ‘Kenan & Kel’.
Ayinde Arts produces exciting and unorthodox work connected to popular culture, keeping theatre relevant and attracting new audiences. Yinka debuted with the aforementioned Oliva Tweest (West End - 2013; Hackney Empire - 2014.