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.

Career Highlights

  • Project Manager for two Oxjam Music Festival across multiple venues with 40 bands and 30 volunteers, raising £8,500 for Oxfam.
  • Founding member of BoxedIN at Boxpark Shoreditch, a quick fire poetry night.
  • Collaborated with BBC staff to produce FreshINK, an event for new writers.
  • Co-produced the UK tour for US poetry collective Strivers Row with shows in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
  • Produced a UK tour for poet Aja Monet with two shows and a workshop for young writers.
  • Co-produced the Kentish Town Community Festival ​(KTCF). A one-day event including two stages, a children’s area, stalls and activities.
  • Produced ‘Sacrifice – the offering and the Slaughter’ by Yomi Sode and Jasmine Mans, a three-show tour with two workshops and an intimate evening with young writers.
  • Project Managed and curated in-person and digital projects at Black Cultural Archives including public and learning programmes.
  • Part of the Arts Council G4A Producers collective who selected emerging producers
  • Emerging producer for COAT preview shows
Branding and set design from Family Ties: The Adama Papers curated by Natalie Fiawoo at Black Cultural Archives.

Natalie’s extensive experience, attention to detail and commitment to capturing the human experience makes her highly sought after and respected by her peers and emerging talent.

FROM L - R clockwise: Natalie on the set of COAT with Yomi Sode, Natalie discuss Family Ties with the BBC, an image of Family Ties at Black Cultural Archives, Natalie producing the Apples and Snakes podcast with Mercury Prize nominee, Drew Horley.

Natalie Fiawoo is managed by TGRG Ltd. For all enquires please contact Juanita Rosenior on 0203 375 6024 or artists@tgrg.co.uk