Other Previous Performances/Apperances

25 Feb:Dodging Bullets. #BlackBoyJoyGone: REALISE @ Northern School for Contemporary Dance
Feb 7:
Dodging Bullets @ #BlackBoyJoyGone, HOME, Manchester


Dec 10: Art As a Weapon (Some Pan-African Examples). Storiel, Bangor, N. Wales 
Nov 18:
Talk: Art As A Weapon. (Some Pan-Africanist Examples). Edge Hill University
Nov 3: Talk: Art As A Weapon. (Some Pan-Africanist Examples) & Exploring “Greatness” Brighton University. flyer

Oct 25: Talk: Art As A Weapon. (Some Pan-Africanist Examples). Edge Hill University
Oct 8: Birmingham Clarion Singers’ 80th Anniversary Concert (Participant)
Oct 8: Birmingham Museums & Galleries:Family of Words (Participant)
4 July: Paul Robeson’s Love Song, 
4 July:   The Amazing Life of Olaudah Equiano,
BBC Radio 4 Docudrama
24 May: Olaudah Equiano
in The Amazing Life of Olaudah Equiano, BBC Radio 4 Docudrama

22 March: Storytelling in Exile. Performance and Conversation with fellow African Diaspora artist Patrice Naiambana. Ashburton Arts Centre.


November 2: Actor in The Village Hall (Staged reading) Homotopia Festival. Unity Theatre, Liverpool.
October 27: Paul Robeson’s Love Song.
Rotherham Black History Month Event
October 21: Exploring “Greatness”
Sir John Thurson Community College, Burnley, UK. (via Zoom) in association with Burnley Youth Theatre.
October 16: Spirituals of Resistance.
Resist Fest, Nottingham.
Fri. September 3, 7pm, Concert (Guest): Dedication Prayer: Sacred Classics /Baroque/Romantic/Arias & Songs. w Nicole Bartos (soprano) and Emma Weeks (piano)
Ullet Road Unitarian Church, Liverpool.
June 8, ONLINE, 4:30pm BST: Presenter, Art & Activism Webinar Series, with UCLan
June 13: Just An Ordinary Lawyer @ Greenwich Theatre, London
June 16: An Afternoon With Tayo Aluko @ Lotherton Hall, Leeds
June 18: The Three /\/\/\/’s (Live performance) Liverpool Biennale @ Metropolitan Cathedral

ON AIR NOW. Participant in The Forum, BBC World Service programme. Discussion on the life of Paul Robeson.

June 6, ONLINE, Presenter: Artistic Weaponry: Some Pan-Africanist Examples. For Sunday International Solidarity.

June 5, ONLINE: Listen to That Voice! Presentation on Paul Robeson for the People’s Music Network
May 28, ONLINE: Paul Robeson’s Love Song
(followed by Q&A) Writing on the Wall Festival
May 21, ONLINE: Participant in The Three /\/\/\/’s by Haroon Mirza
, for Liverpool Biennial / Lightnight
May 21, ONLINE: New Poem, in WORD PLAY OPEN MIC for Lightnight, Liverpool Biennial, in association with WoWFest 2021

May 14, ONLINE: Exploring “Greatness” University of Central Lancashire
May 15, ONLINE: Participant in “Meet the Krios
(short presentation on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor) with TheKrios.com and London Docklands Museum 
April 25: Son of the Nile,
by Afeif Ismail. Rehearsed reading, with Utopia Theatre

Contestant in Episode 2 of new series, This Is My House. Click image for programme information

Coming to BBC1, March 8, 2012

Tayo Aluko in Moving On, BBC1 March 9, 2021 Click image for programme information

Feb 25: Participant, An A-Z of Dundonian Descent

Nov 29: Three Sisters: The End of the Project. Zoom Play reading

Oct 28: “On Board with Robeson” Outdoors at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Oct 22. Zoom Talk on Paul Robeson for Counterfire Liverpool.
Oct 22, 8pm, BST. Narrator, Th’forst munth is th’wurst iv awl, by Ben Lunn. for sound Scotland’s soundfestival 2020 (livestream)
Recording available here in due course.

Sept 22: Guest on Community Podcast on Condo Radio.
Sept 21: Moderator/Host:
Locks: Prison Systems and Racial Profiling. BlackFest Digital 2020

August 29. Participant in Zoom conversation with Llafur (People’s Welsh History Society). Paul Robeson and Wales 

August 28: An Evening with Tayo Aluko. Outdoor concert at Theatr Clwyd, Mold

Aug 23: Participant, Transatlantic Song Swap, Hosted by People’s Music Network. Recorded here. My reading of “Greatness” In a Time of Covid comes in at 23:55

Aug 6: Participant, Hiroshima, Never Again. International Song Exchange Hosted by People’s Music Network. Recorded here. My singing of Little Girl of Hiroshima comes in at 1:06:06

May 29: Discussions with David. Livestreamed Interview with David Rovics

Feb 13: What Happens? Hofstra University, Long Island, NY


Sept 23:Performance of HALF MOON, by Tayo Aluko. BlackFest, Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Sept 20:
Participant, Museum of Colour – People of Letters, Oxford

Aug 15 – 18: Participant (singer), The Freedom of the City  Lughnasa FrielFest,  Derry, Northern Ireland


Dec 29, 30: Short contribution, BBC World Service Music Extra Programme:
It Jus’ Keeps Rollin’: The History of Ol’ Man River

Oct 3: Talk. Weaponising the Black Future, with art @ Black To The Future, Fulwood Methodist Church, Preston, Lancashire

June 16: Participant, May Days. The Playground Theatre, London

June 1: Guest on Bolton Socialist Club’s “Desert Island Discs”

May 23: Talk: Following Robeson’s Footsteps on the Journey to Justice. Shire Hall, Dorchester, Dorset

Feb 21: From Black Africa to the White House. New Brunswick African Association, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Jan 14: Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Trinity Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY. 3.30pm (Participant with a few songs).

Sept 13:
Reading from Black German, by Theodor Michael, with translator Eve Rosenhaft. International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

May 2: Book Launch: Black German, by Theodor Michael, Liverpool University (Read extracts)

July 4:
Where R those WMDs? Merlin Theatre (Frome Festival) (Participant) Click here for trailer.

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