An Octoroon

BY BRANDEN JACOBS-JENKINS
18 May 2017 — 1 July 2017

Emmanuella Cole

Dido

Emmanuella’s work in theatre includes Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again (RSC); The Iliad (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh; nominated for Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2016 - Best Female Performance); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre); Amanda, Capitalism in Crisis, Church Font Used as Wash Basin by Migrants (Young Vic/Theatre Uncut); But I Cd Only Whisper (Arcola); Faith, Hope and Charity (Southwark Playhouse); Roadkill (Traverse;Winner of Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre 2012); Charged: Dancing Bears (Soho); Danton’s Death (National Theatre); This Wide Night (Bernie Grant Arts Centre); and African Snow (Trafalgar Studios/UK tour).

TV includes Cormoran Strike, Cucumber, Top Boy 2, Obsession (USA), Eastenders, Scott and Bailey, Law and Order, Thorne and Little Miss Jocelyn.

Radio includes King Solomon’s Mines (Radio 4).

 

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