Walk in the Light

The Man Behind 'Walk in the Light' & His Poem

Naana Orleans-Amissah | Posted 09.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
Naana Orleans-Amissah

What many have taken away from Walk in the Light is a sense of belonging; a sense of connection. A chipping away at that loneliness that often comes from being the only black person in the room.

Walk in the Light: Part IV ~ A Celebration of Religious Proportions

Naana Orleans-Amissah | Posted 21.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Naana Orleans-Amissah

This was a long overdue acknowledgement of the contributions so many black performers have made to british theatre. And it was exciting to see so many different voices of the black experience on stage - Ghanaian and Nigerian, Ethiopian-born Irish, black British of South African and Swazi descent as well as the varied experiences from Caribbean islands.

Walk in the Light: Part I ~ A Day of Surprises

Naana Orleans-Amissah | Posted 17.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Naana Orleans-Amissah

It was by chance last week that I heard of Walk in the Light, the week-long exposition and celebration of Black artists and the contribution they have...