Providing visitors news, reviews and interviews on or with the UK’s brightest talents on stage and screen as well as behind the scenes, The British Blacklist has championed the contributions of black British creatives for the past 6 years. Its founder, Akua Gyamfi has helped to craft a movement that very rightfully has gone from strength to strength. Here, Akua discusses what inspired the site’s creation, accessing press opportunities that initially wouldn’t have been made available and suggests theatre creatives and events to look out for!
Hi Akua, you’re the founder of influential website The British Blacklist. What inspired you to create the resource?
The British Blacklist is a database, offering visitors the opportunity to find out more about black British creatives working in a range of arts disciplines. What type of content can visitors expect from the site?