Saturn Returns is a ‘choreopoem’, a live dance and spoken word performance, that explores the subconsciousness of relationships, drawing on black culture. Saturn Returns delves into an astral projection reality where the characters take on forms of past present and future lives.
Triple Threat! is the first solo piece by Sonny Nwachukwu. Triple Threat draws on the practice of Visual Literature (Choreopoem), in which dance and spoken word is used to create art. Triple Threat explores the themes of Race, Homosexuality, and Disability and tackles these questions to raise awareness of this intersectional group but also to bring…
Sonny Nwachukwu: “My goal is to bring people with me”
Guest writer Emily Rueggeberg speaks to Sonny Nwachukwu about staying creative from home and how his upcoming piece Junior
Sonny Nwachukwu is a writer, director, choreographer and performer based in London. His work is multi-disciplinary spanning across writing, poetry, dance, theatre and anything that lies beyond. His work primarily focuses on the African and Caribbean Diaspora.
Sonny is a storyteller that incorporates dance and literature making his work relevant, unique, vibrant and thought-provoking. His academic background in Psychology informs much of his work and he is keen to tackle issues seen as taboo or ‘different’.