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THE HEAD WRAP DIARIES - FIERCE & FREE

A bigger and bolder reworking of the show

An uplifting blend of club styles House Dance, Waacking and Vogue fused with African and Contemporary Dance. This bigger and bolder extract rework is inspired by a section of Uchenna’s full-length show, The Head Wrap Diaries, and focuses on three things; Women, Elegance and Power.

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Credits

Running time: 10 mins  

Director and Choreographer: Vicki Igbokwe 

Producer: Grace Okereke 

Assistant Producer: Viviana Rocha  

Marketing and PR Manager: Carol Ann Walters 

Rehearsal Director and Assistant Choreographer: Ingrid Mackinnon  

Performers and Creative Collaborators: Shanelle Clemenson, Natalie Bailey, Daniella Selwood, Nicole Nyemi-Tei, Kloé Dean, Oluwatosin Omotosho, Sitsofe Attah, Esme Benjamin, Kayla Lomas-Kirton 

Rehearsal Assistant: Kella Young  

Production Manager: Carly Hook (2018) 

Costume Designer: Jodie-Simone Howe 

Lighting Designer: James MacKenzie 

Mentor to Vicki Igbokwe: Etta Murfitt (2018) 

Music Director and Composer: Kweku Aacht

Music: Ayekoo Ohemaa – Fused Vocal Remix
Kweku Aacht – Remix and Composition  

Lyrics: Kweku Aacht, Ama Yeboah, Berimah Osei Boateng and Nana Asaase 

Original Vocal Sample: ‘Ayekoo Ohemaa‘ recorded by Reynolds The Gentleman at Vision Inspired Music, from The Head Wrap Diaries soundtrack. 

Credits: The making of this show in 2018 was supported by the Bernie Grants Arts Centre and The Place. Commissioned by The Movement, a partnership between Birmingham Hippodrome, Sadler’s Wells and The Lowry, with funding from Arts Council England Ambitions for Excellence.  

PAST SHOWS

SAMPLED AT THE LOWRY (Salford Quays)

17 Feb 2018

SAMPLED AT SADLER’S WELLS (London)

8–9 Feb 2019

"A flavour of African and contemporary dance combine in Vicki Igbokwe’s blunt and punchy choreography, enthusiastically danced by a cast of six women"

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