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November 2022

Coming Soon.....

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November 2022

An evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends

I am delighted to be working in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University to bring my play An evening with Mrs Terrell and Friends, about four African American women from Washington's Black elite and their contributions to the Civil Rights Movement c1900, supported by the British American Studies Association,  Eccles Centre for American Studies and Manchester University,  to an audience of 75 A-level history students.

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November 2022

London Book Launch

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A great evening at the Biltmore Hotel, Mayfair, for the London book launch. Thank you to Antigua and Barbuda High Commission, High Commissioner Karen-Mae Hill and her fantastic team. George Ukachukwu for his portrayal of James Arthur Harley. Dr Clare Haynes for hosting the in-conversation, and Konya Kanneh-Mason

for her beautiful recital.

New Book

From the discovery of his archive in a battered suitcase in Shepshed, Leicestershire, to five years of research and following in his footsteps, I am excited to share James Arthur Harley's remarkable true story. 

The Adventures of a Black Edwardian Intellectual - The Story of James Arthur Harley, Signal Books, 2022, is now available. 

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June 2022

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September 2021

Meet the cast of
An evening with Mrs Terrell
and friends

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Meya Brumell

Natasha Culzac

Dionne Ward-Anderson

Hannah Balogun

January 2021

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I am delighted to deliver my bespoke A.S.P.I.R.E. training programme for Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service

December 2020

How to get started with your

research

Free guide launched 

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November 2020

An evening with Mrs Terrel and Friends (

I am delighted to bring my Eccles Centre Fellowship research, Passive Adornments or Progressive Advocates, based on the contributions of four African American women from the Washington black elite. C 1900, ‘alive'.  In 2021, audiences will be invited to An Evening with   Mrs Terrell and Friends

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