About me

Tobi Kyeremateng is an award-winning Cultural Producer with 8 years experience in live performance, festivals, film and community engagement.

She started her career in 2011 as a Young Associate Producer at Ovalhouse Theatre, assisting in producing ‘The Street’ - a promenade performance in Camberwell. In 2013, she began an apprenticeship at Battersea Arts Centre in Community Arts Administration and was offered the role of Junior Producer in 2016. In the same year, she was accepted onto the Old Vic 12 programme out of 1400 applicants, and given a year-long attachment to the venue where she produced Joe White’s play ‘Pagans’, performed by Simon Kunz, Lolita Chakrabati, Gary Wood, Sophie Melville and Geoff Breton.

 

In 2017, she was part of the Runner Up team for the JMK 2017 Award with debbie tucker green’s ‘random’ and became Executive Producer (UP NEXT) at Bush Theatre, conceptualising and delivering BABYLON Festival - a week-long celebration of Black and Brown peoples’ influence on London culture.

Tobi has produced short films ‘Wishbone’ and ‘Secret Life of Gs’, written and directed by Caleb Femi, has worked for and collaborated in producing and programming exceptional British talent at cultural events such as AFROPUNK London, gal-dem: women’s international weekender, Brainchild Festival and #MERKY Books Live, and is currently producing ‘J’Ouvert’ at Theatre503.

 

As well as delivering workshops, keynote speeches and panel discussions, Tobi is the founder of Black Ticket Project - an initiative creating access to the arts for Black young people, and was named as part of The Stage 100’s 2019 ‘Most Influential Figures Working in the UK Theatre and Performing Arts Industry’.

Tobi won the ‘Inspiration of the Year’ Award at Stylist Magazine’s first Remarkable Women Awards, received recognition from The Mayor of London as part of the Hidden Credits campaign and has delivered a talk for TEDxSussex University.

PASSIONATELY WORKED WITH

"Tobi is a widely respected producer that has a very sensitive approach to producing work that has the artist at the centre of it. She is one that many of us predict will be a significant player in our industry."

Madani Younis
Artistic Director of Bush Theatre