Groundings #9: Decolonial Theatre - Director David Gilbert dissects the Windrush Time Capsule

Released Saturday, 23rd November 2019
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David Gilbert is a director and theatre maker from Zimbabwe. He has assisted many large productions and directed smaller projects in young companies across London for the likes of Tricycle Theatre, Young Vic, Almeida Theatre, Halfmoon Theatre, London Bubble and Company Three (previously Islington Community Theatre). Alongside Nadine Woodley, David has been instrumental in bringing Connie Bell's Windrush Time Capsule play to the stage. In this episode, DTA's Sam and Veronique catch up with him to talk creativity, experimental theatre, decolonisation, and explore how his heritage and culture drives his art.

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