Temi Yussuf

It starts with ‘the’ | by @Temedaio_ | READ NOW

I’ve been here many times before, staring at a blank page and wondering what words will escape me to fill what seems to be, the biggest void in the world. I have no words to conjure up and I have no idea when I will – this has been my battle throughout quarantine and up […]

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Lockdown: a writer’s paradise? By Temi Yussuf @temedaio_ | READ NOW

I’m sure there’s been a time where you’ve thought “I wish I could just stay at home and write” and now the time has come where we have all been instructed to stay at home, but the question is, are you writing? Is this lockdown truly the writers paradise we thought we could make use […]

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When do you actually call yourself a creative? ‘The identity crisis’ by @temedaio_ | READ NOW

Identity is one of those ambiguous and sensitive trigger words, that mean too many different things (it’s all subjective), and one of the biggest battles I have come to realise creatives face, is understanding and knowing our identity. As creatives, we are often put on trial to perform to our roles excellently and there’s usually […]

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Here are a few black plays you don’t want to miss! By @temedaio_

It’s no surprise that last year was a brilliant year for the creative industries, in Film and TV, films such as the ‘The Last Tree’, ‘Blue Story’, ‘Farming’ and many others, reflected the essence of the Black British experiences on screen. However, it was also a great year for Theatre as well, many amazing plays […]

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