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How Anansi Theatre is facilitating ‘empowerment, safety and representation’ for young women of colour in the arts

We speak with artistic director Lauren Nicole Whitter about how she’s making a positive impact in Derby through theatre… Mojatu: Where did the idea for...

Kugali CEO Danson Njoka on how comics and animation can change the world

Meet Kugali – the entertainment company paving the way for a better future through authentic African storytelling… 2022 has been a landmark year for blockbuster...

Stabbing survivor Tee Mlauzi channels experience into impactful short film

We speak to director Mthabisi Mlauzi, aka Tee, about how growing up around gang violence led to the creation of his debut short, The...

Museum redefines what it means to be a ‘history maker’ with female-focused exhibition

Derby Museum is celebrating the contributions of women to Derbyshire’s history. The History Makers project, which has been described by the museum as being ‘years...

Violent extremism in Mozambique: drivers and links to transnational organised crime

Research shows that locals see the discovery of natural resources as a leading cause of the insurgency. Collaborative research between the Institute for Security Studies...

Movie magic: An interview with comedy filmmakers Leon Chrimes and Wesley Gee

Jamie Morris talks to the duo behind the wacky agoraphobia short Aaron and The Wizard, after it won Best in Category at Repton FilmFest… Mojatu:...

Derby Caribbean Carnival 2022 hailed as best in decades after post-Covid comeback

This summer saw the revival of Derby’s Caribbean Carnival following a three-year hiatus – here's how the long-awaited day went down… Radiant sunshine, pounding music,...


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