Kwame Kwei-Armah, artistic director of the Young Vic and acclaimed actor, director, playwright and broadcaster, will be sharing his perspective on the future of the capital at our next #Bytesize event in association with U+I Think and London 3.0
The Developer hosted an online Festival of Place Bytesize event in association with U+I Think and London 3.0 with Kwame Kwei-Armah on London 3.0: how London should evolve in a constantly changing world on 1 July from 16:00-17:30 via Zoom. You can watch a video of his talk here.
Kwame Kwei-Armah is an acclaimed actor, playwright, director, broadcaster, critic, political activist and Artistic Director of the Young Vic. Born and Raised in Southall, he is a Londoner through and through, and other than a hugely successful seven year stint running Baltimore Center Stage, his life and career have been intrinsically enmeshed with London, and he cares passionately about the future of his city.
Kwei-Armah shares his perspective on the future of the capital, followed by a conversation with Patricia Brown, founder of London 3.0 and Director of Central and introduced by Emily Annable, Head of Communications, U+I.
London 3.0 is an ongoing initiative exploring the future of London and seeking new solutions and leadership that respond to our time, challenges and values.
Kwame Kwei-Armah, actor, playright, broadcaster and Artistic Director of the Young Vic
Patricia Brown, Director, Central
Jennette Arnold OBE
Shawn Adams, POoR Collective
Emily Annable, Head of Communications, U+I
Christine Murray, Editor-in-Chief, The Developer