Natalie Fiawoo is a vanguard on the British creative scene, building iconic legacies with some of the biggest names in arts, culture and heritage.
Natalie Fiawoo is a Producer and Cultural Curator with a career spanning over a decade. She has an insatiable passion for telling stories of the African Diaspora, uncovering stories overlooked by the mainstream.
She is a long-term collaborator with and producer for Playwright and Poet Yomi Sode and has worked with the likes of Black Cultural Archives, Sour Lemons, Camden Roundhouse and The Albany Theatre.
Natalie specialises in project management, facilitation, producing and curating. Most recently, Natalie has curated digital collections for the likes of Bloomberg, produced Apples and Snakes first podcast celebrating groundbreaking talent and was a guest workshop facilitator for the National Theatre.