Natasha Brown

27th Aug 2021

AMATA at Falmouth University - Pleasance Online



Important information:

This performances contains strong language and adult themes.

Tash is a simple girl. Except she’s not. She’s Black. She’s a woman. She’s Queer. And in the world of university and ‘identity politics,’ that’s anything but simple. It’s powerful.

When it’s time for student elections, Tash ticks all the boxes to take her to the top… apart from one- she’s not that great at speaking her mind. Luckily, there’s a controversial rapper who knows all about that. I am (NOT) Kanye West is a hilarious and provocative solo show that asks how much of ourselves are we willing to lose in order to win.

Natasha Brown is an actor, writer,  theatremaker and facilitator based in London. Her work interrogates power, identity and community.  She has been part of the Soho Writers’ Lab  and  the Bush Theatre’s Emerging Writers’ Group. She is currently part of Soho Theatre's Accelerate programme, and an Associate Writer at Middle Child Theatre. 

Part of The Edinburgh Fringe Digital Showcase, in partnership with The Academy of Music & Theatre Arts (AMATA) at Falmouth University.

Throughout August audiences will have the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic range of theatre shows from Cornish and non-Cornish artists, direct from Falmouth. The world-class broadcast and creation studio's at AMATA will be turned into live-streaming hubs to broadcast exclusive Fringe performances online.

Tickets for online live streams and to the physical live-streaming hub at AMATA are on sale now via the AMATA Box Office – click BOOK NOW to be directed.

This project is funded by the Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grants, Falmouth University, Pleasance Theatre Trust, AMATA, Hall for Cornwall, and supported by Sennheiser.

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