Titilola Dawudu will be working with nitroBEAT and Soho Theatre to develop her experience of producing projects and productions.
Titilola, a Nigerian-born, British writer-producer started working for GMTV writing scripts and briefs, before moving onto youth organisation, Headliners, where she was an outreach journalist. Now Head of Operations and Development for Reaching Higher, a youth charity in Croydon and a Tamasha associate company, she project manages large events and is developing a performing arts platform.
Titilola has written many plays for young people, three of which were performed at Fairfield Halls in Croydon. She is currently finishing up an MA in Dramatic Writing at Central Saint Martins, where she has collaborated with Tamasha on ‘Taxi Tales’ with writer Ishy Din and her piece entitled ‘I Can't Breathe’ about the death of New Yorker Eric Garner, was selected for a staged reading with the Bush Theatre. While at Central Saint Martins, she has worked with the likes of Nina Steiger, Jennifer Tuckett, John Yorke, Lucy Kerble and Ola Aminashawun.