Monday 1 February 2021, London, United Kingdom — TGRG is pleased to welcome
cultural curator and producer Natalie Fiawoo to our management

Natalie has a passion for telling stories of the African Diaspora. She is a long-term collaborator with and producer for Playwright and Poet Yomi Sode and has worked with the likes of Black Cultural Archives, Sour Lemons, Camden Roundhouse and The Albany Theatre.

A former performance poet in her own right, Natalie has also worked on multiple OxJam Music Jam Festivals raising over £9000 for charity as well as producing and managing tours, shows and workshops for
artists including Sode, JP Cooper and Aja Monet.

She recently curated an exclusive exhibition for the new Bloomberg Connects App on behalf of Black Cultural Archives.

Of the signing, TGRG Managing Director Juanita Rosenior said, “Welcoming Natalie to the TGRG family is really exciting!”

“Natalie is someone I deeply respect because she is constantly breaking new ground. From full-scale exhibitions for international
cultural institutions to being an instrumental part of the Yomi Sode
brand, Natalie is often ahead of the game often introducing new acts to the creative space who have gone on to have commercial success.

“We’re proud to have the opportunity to share Natalie’s forthcoming work in 2021”.