The Speaking Without Voice Resource Pack is here!!

Date: 04/02/2020

Informative, educational and insightful Resource Pack that will inspire you to learn more about Nigerian nonverbal communication systems and those from around the world. FREE DOWNLOAD!

       

Free Download

Whilst we’ve been busy running Talking Drum and creative arts workshops, training days and taking our new project exhibition around for all to see and learn from, behind the scenes we’ve also been working on a FREE RESOURCE PACK!

The pack guides you through the history, contemporary use and transnational links of four pre-colonial non-verbal language systems: Nsibidi, Uli, Aroko and the Talking Drum. It is crammed full of little known facts and engaging insights into the heritage, from a range of expert practitioners and is now available for download for free below.We couldn’t have done this without the time and dedication of our team of volunteer researchers, whose details you will find in the pack itself. Enjoy!

Contact us now for bookings and more information.

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Our Free Trip to Liverpool International Slavery Museum for Speaking Without Voice

Date: 13/08/2019

On July 20th 29 excited members of the community travelled up to Liverpool, to see the Igbo Compound within the International Slavery Museum. The recreated family compound is decorated with Uli designs, commissioned from local artists!

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Meet Kate - Heritage Support Officer for Speaking Without Voice

Date: 13/08/2019

The National Lottery Heritage Fund grant provisioned for IROKO Theatre to hire a new Trainee Heritage Support Officer. Kate Kelsall joined IROKO part-time in February - find out what she has been working on...

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