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Join cultural producer Tobi Kyeremateng and her guests working across the arts for the season one pilot of Tell Dem, a new fortnightly podcast by Tamasha. Reviewing contemporary work through the lens of a variety of black and brown makers and creators, movers and shakers, Tell Dem is here to offer advice to emerging artists, dissect current affairs, share tips about navigating the industry as artists of colour - and to throw all of the shade. 

 

Our season 1 guests include actor Cherrelle Skeete, poet and filmmaker Caleb Femi, sound designer Xa-Na, interdisciplinary artist Jacob V Joyce, theatre producer Tuyet Huynh and more. Supported by Transmission Radio. 

 

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LATEST EPISODE

 

  

On Episode 1 is presenter and producer Scully, and theatre director Balisha Karra. They talk class within the arts, social mobility, who gets to be a 'critic', and how to get a games console for £8. They review Tamasha's Approaching Empty, hit the link and get your tickets by the way.... 

 

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Scully is a writer, presenter & producer – working on screen and off it, on the mic and behind it – to use his pop culture knowledge, socio-political interests and natural curiosity to ask questions that allow his audience to have new thought patterns. 

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Balisha Karra is a theatre director from Birmingham who is currently based in London. Balisha has held positions as Resident Trainee Director at Paines Plough and Resident Director at Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s Foundry. She is the current Baylis Assistant Director at The Old Vic and recipient of the Florence Kleiner Bursary.

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