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Hi! I'm Rhianna. I'm a playwright, events curator and film programmer for BFI Flare, Europe's biggest queer film festival. As a playwright, I am a member of the Soho Six, and an alumna of the Royal Court Writers Group 2021, the Oxford Playmakers 2022 and the Royal Court's SW1 programme. My debut play "Samuel Takes A Break..." was shortlisted for the Women's Prize for Playwriting, Highly Commended for the Soho Theatre's Verity Bargate Award, and longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize. I am represented by Jessi Stewart at Independent Talent
My work often explores themes of activism, identity and history through interactive storytelling and co-creation methods. I was previously Associate Director at leading interactive-theatre and game-makers Coney, focused on creating participatory events inspired by history and heritage sites. In 2020 I co-founded the decolonial platform A History of Everyone Else with Meera Somji, where we curated regular events on untaught histories from the British Empire. I have also hosted and curated events for a range of venues and organisations, including: The Advocacy Academy, be'kech berlin, UCL Culture, The Africa Centre, Modern Art Oxford, Restless Development and Rich Mix. 

I am London based, and have previously lived in Berlin and Bristol. I have a Double-First Class BA in Politics, Psychology & Sociology from Cambridge, and an MA from Goldsmiths in Writing for Performance & Dramaturgy. 
Feel free to get in touch! rhiannailube[@]

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