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Wofai Executive Director

LTC x MOBOs Fellow 2023 & Stage ONE Bursary Recipient, Wofai is a Creative & Executive Producer, an established model, and sometimes poet.


With a focus on executive acumen, bid writing and script dissection, he is passionate about interdisciplinary projects that push boundaries and challenge societal norms. After taking part in Young Vic’s Introduction to Directing Programs (2016) he was hand-picked for their Springboard scheme.


Other experience: The BLu Palace Ball (Bishopsgate x Guildhall), Dear Elizabeth '22 (Gate Theatre @ Teatro Technis); Part of the Main '19; China Plate Optimists ‘17; AD @ VAULT Festival ‘17; UpShot #50Uprise (From Behind Us) et al

DK Fashola Artistic Director

DK is an Actress, movement director, and theatre maker who specialises in multi-form storytelling; fusing poetic multi-layered text & movement in unexpected ways. She has worked with Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, Bush Theatre, Royal Exchange Manchester & Theatre503 Other Work includes Music Video choreography for Grammy Award Winning artist Wizkid and international superstars Tiwa Savage. & DJ Spinall


Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu

Associate Creative

JMK Award 2019 Winner, Tristan is a writer, actor and director, Tristan is a theatre maker with a self professed Fantastical, Hot-Pepper-Seasoned, Melanin-Moving, Londonified, Trespassing style.


He has worked with Young Vic, New Diorama, Bush Theatre, Royal Court, Gate Theatre, Orange Tree Theatre, Talawa, Arts Ed, Guildhall et al


Patience James

Associate Artist

Afro in Heels Founder, Patience James is a passionate and accomplished: dancer, choreographer, actress, and teacher.  And one of the Top Afrobeats choreographers in the UK.

She has worked with brands including Nike, Adidas, Adobe, Facebook and Twitter UK. And appeared on several platforms including: X Factor, ITV NTA Awards '20, BBC The One Show, Wembley arena, Indigo O2, Sadlers Wells, Hammersmith Apollo and Edinburgh Fringe

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Luke Wilson

Associate Artist

Luke is a multidisciplinary artist from London who doesn't like labels, preferring his artistry to speak for itself. 

Principal role performances include at the National Theatre, RSC, Garrick, Royal Court, Cadogan Hall et al

Other credits include: Gate Theatre, Theatre503, Talawa, Young Vic

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Adeola Yemitan

Associate Artist

Adeola is a London-based professional actor, singer and theatremaker. She is also an associate artist with the National Youth Theatre and a graduate of their REP Company 20/21. Her most recent projects include dkfash’s Is Dat U Yh? at Brixton House and a rehearsed reading of Black Horses are Massive by Bárbara Esmenia Rãé and directed by Debbie Hannan at The Royal Court. She is a Cultural Leader with Poetic Unity and Theatre Peckham, and Co-director of their Spoken Word Theatre Company.

As a professional session singer with LCV choir, she recently performed her original choral piece, Paddling Pools, as a supporting artist for Paris Paloma at Islington Assembly Hall.

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