Toni-Dee is a freelance theatre maker, writer, and performance artist.
Occasionally she is a workshop leader, facilitator and thinker-in-the-room collaborating with other artists. Her current body of work - made with ‘infectious warmth’(Exeunt) - is a series of solo performances & installations exploring identity politics around otherness.
Since 2015 she has been commissioned by Fuel Theatre as part of The New Theatre In Your Neighbourhood project, been a contributing story group writer for climate change project Hello X, and presented work in national festivals such as Sick Festival, Queer Migrant Takeover, and Works Ahead.
Toni-Dee is currently working for Selina Thompson Ltd as Access Assistant and Artist Associate and making theatre with and for children as an associate of One Tenth Human.
Toni-Dee sits on the board of international festival Transform
She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire, studying (BA HONS) Contemporary Theatre and Performance in 2016.
Social Media: Instagram - @txnidee
Twitter - @tonidee_p
Below is Amber Anderson's live scribe of the session: