Tobi Kyeremateng is a multi award-winning Cultural Producer with 9 years’ experience in performance, festivals and film. Recent credits include: The Future Is Near (Tate Modern), J’Ouvert (Theatre503), BABYLON Festival (Bush Theatre), AFRO-CITY Festival (Roundhouse), Pagans (Old Vic Theatre). Film credits include: ‘Wishbone’ (NOWNESS) and ‘Secret Life of Gs’ by Caleb Femi, and ‘Roots For A Crown’ (NOWNESS, 180 The Strand: Prada Mode) by Julianknxx. Tobi has worked with organisations such as: AFROPUNK, Apples and Snakes, Battersea Arts Centre, gal-dem, Nike and Samsung, and has won awards including: ‘Inspiration of the Year’ Award (Stylist Magazine’s inaugural Remarkable Women Awards 2019), ‘Best Producer’ (inaugural Black British Theatre Awards 2019) and the ‘Arts & Culture’ Award (Women Of The Future Awards 2019). She has received recognition from The Mayor of London as part of the Hidden Credits campaign and is one of 25 civic leaders selected as part of the first Civic Futures Initiative by Koreo, Dark Matter Labs and The Young Foundation, in partnership with the Greater London Authority. Tobi is the founder of the award-winning initiative Black Ticket Project, and is currently writing her debut non-fiction book, ‘THEATRE SH*T’, to be published by Jacaranda Books in 2021.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working to build relationships with Brixton communities during Ovalhouse's transition from Oval to Brixton. This includes project managing 'Let's Build!' - a programme for 9-11 year old's from 4 local primary schools, working with architects MATT+FIONA to develop and build a temporary performance space on Somerleyton Road.
Project Manager for 'The Future is Near' Tate Collective event at Tate Modern.
Won 'Inspiration of the Year' at Stylist Magazine's inaugural Remarkable Women Awards.
Won 'Best Producer' for BABYLON Festival (Bush Theatre) at the inaugural Black British Theatre Awards.
Won the 'Arts and Culture' Award at the Women of the Future Awards 2019.