VANEEKA DADHRIA IN UNITE – IT’S NOT AS SIMPLE AS BLACK AND WHITE
The brilliant Vaneeka Dadhria is so thrilled to be returning to a rehearsal room later this month to work on Unite – It’s Not As Simple As Black And White and I’m really chuffed for her (do people still say chuffed?)
The project launched by New Vic Borderlines, Port Vale FC Foundation Trust, Sporting Communities CIC and Mackman Group, has so far engaged almost 2000 local people with hundreds sharing their lived experiences of prejudice and discrimination in their local communities.
Vaneeka is excited to be working on this because it combines so many of her passions; theatre, creating work, social issues and sport. Thanks to project funding from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government’s Faith, Race and Hate Crime Grants Scheme, Unite – It’s Not As Simple As Black And White will be offering free, live-streamed performances to educational institutions and community groups.
Vaneeka goes into rehearsal next week with Daniel Braimah, Shanice Harris, Jonny Khan and Al Maxwell.
Read more about Unite – It’s Not As Simple As Black And White here.