All productions  available to to tour - contact us on kuumbaniaarts@gmail.com

- the Mary Prince story

Finding Beulah  is back up dated and ready for today's audiences.

A story that helped end slavery

Thursday 14th March

1.30pm & 7.30pm

Old Fire Station

We create historical and contemporary pieces of theatre from the Black African/ Caribbean experience.
We use Black African theatrical aesthetics, including: ritual, griots, drama, dance, music,  poetry, song, spirituality and storytelling, to create theatre. Promoting cultural discussion, debate, understanding, education and fun, always with a social function.
All performances are  followed by discussion and debates.

We are talking bookings from summer 2019 into 2020



SOLD

Kuumba Nia Arts Ltd. Registered in England and Wales No: 6888926 Registered office: 163 Oxford Road, Cowley. Oxford. OX4 2ES +44.7958343359

After a sell out performance at last years Off Beat festival Mary Prince - Her story, Her words and me has been re named and re worked

Finding Beulah....when love finds it's way home
A play with song, dance and multimedia.


Finding Beulah is a love story of many parts the male and the female, the past and the future, African experience and the rest of the world.
We see our lovers reincarnate at key times in human history, bringing to life ancient African civilizations, and sharing life lessons and experiences. We witness them learning how to and fighting to keep love alive in a possible near future. We are inviting our audiences to open themselves to the lessons of the past, and the possibilities of what they would want for the future. Together we hope to begin to explore the steps we need to take today to make that future a reality. So whether you are ready for a great piece of entertainment or a call for action, come and join us on the epic journey from the past to the future, that is Finding Beulah......when love finds it's way home.

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 Current Productions

Mary Prince's story was the 1st female African slave narrative published in Britain in 1831, her voice being one of many millions of enslaved peoples barely acknowledge and lost in history.
Through Mary's words we get first hand experience of the British slave trade from someone who was bought and SOLD.

Kuumba Nia Arts bring Mary's story back to life through a cultural a explosion of song, drama and storytelling theatre.
Both performances are followed by 30 minute Q&A's

Kuumba = Creativity

To do as much as we can in the way that we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial then when we found it’

Nia =  Purpose
‘To make our collective vocation the building and development of our community’

Kuumba Nia Arts

Bringing African and Caribbean Peoples Histories and contemporary stories to life! Through theatre and film.