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“Field Management”

19 June
HIV Voices: Ayesha Casely-Hayford

“Field Management” by Chris Adams, is a new play written for HIV Voices commissioned by Hugh Wyld. On 16th June 2016, HIV voices was presented as part of ‘Second | Half” – a season of performances hosted by Antic Face at the Tristan Bates Theatre. “Field Management” is a brand new voice for our HIV […]

Wainwright & Cummins LLP

29 February
Ayesha Casely-Hayford Employment Law Consultant at Wainwright and Cummins LLP

Wainwright & Cummins LLP is the legal practice I have joined as an employment law consultant. Wainwright & Cummins LLP is a London law practice, providing legal services to its community for over 30 years. With an established practice in Criminal, Prison, Family, Wills & Probate, Housing, Property and Immigration law, I join them offering  a […]

Afro Archives Episode Two

26 February
fro Archives A Performer's World

Afro Archives Episode Two: “What Things Do People Say About Your Hair?” My hair looks like a Brillo pad?!!! Afro Archives Episode Two is a bit of bonding over the horrors of the experience of having other people comment on our hair. There is no question that the Afro-Caribbean woman has been the victim of verbal abuse […]

Afro Archives Episode One

01 February
Afro Archives A Performer's World By Ayesha Casely-Hayford

Twelve Episodes of Actors Chatting Hair – different topics, ideas & views.  Episode One: True or False? Your Hair Represents Who You Are Our hair. We are born with it, and there is absolutely nothing we can do to change our natural hair texture. In an article dated 24th January 2014 “The Changing Business of […]

New Project!

01 January
Afro Archives

For the last few months I’ve been setting up a new project and finally it’s here…Afro Archives  – exploring the experience of women with afro type hair With ‪Afro Archives‬ I’m talking to EVERYONE, no gender barrier, no race no culture barrier – open discussions on hair and being in the performing world to look […]