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Tobi Kyeremateng is an award-winning producer with 8 years experience in live performance, festivals and film. Recent credits include: ‘J’Ouvert’ by Yasmin Joseph at Theatre503, BABYLON Festival at Bush Theatre, AFRO-CITY Festival at the Roundhouse and short films ‘Wishbone’ and ‘Secret Life of Gs’ written and directed by Caleb Femi, and docufiction film ‘Roots For A Crown’ by Julianknxx. She has worked for organisations such as: AFROPUNK London, Apples and Snakes, Battersea Arts Centre, Brainchild Festival, gal-dem, Old Vic Theatre, Ovalhouse Theatre and Tate Modern, and her work largely revolves around redefining traditional arts spaces, socio-political activism, inclusive engagement and artistic collaboration. She is the founder of Black Ticket Project and was named as part of The Stage 100’s 2019 ‘Most Influential Figures Working in the UK Theatre and Performing Arts Industry’. Tobi won the ‘Inspiration of the Year’ Award at Stylist Magazine’s first Remarkable Women Awards 2019 and received recognition from The Mayor of London as part of the Hidden Credits campaign. She is one of 25 community leaders selected as part of the first Civic Futures Initiative by Koreo, Dark Matter Labs and The Young Foundation, in partnership with the Greater London Authority, and is a Trustee for Peckham Platform and The Diversity School Initiative.