Wednesday, 15 September 2010



We hope you are all very well and enjoying the last few days of summer. Here at Golden Delilah headquarters, we are awaking from summer hibernation. The success of 7:1 Beyond Control was certainly overwhelming and we needed to re-charge our batteries just a little. But yes we will soon be back spreading some more warm golden rays your way!

During our hibernation period, we have been researching ways in which to Theatre can be more accessible and engaging. The Golden Delilah team, have been exploring all possibilities and ideas that may help us with our aim to achieve the ultimate theatre experience. We will soon be bringing you Mother Told Me: Mother told me explores the words of wisdom which a mother shares with her daughter and how a few words of wisdom may lead to years of happiness or suffering.


Golden Delilah Artistic Director Anniwaa Buachie (Spooks- BBC, The cost of things – Public theatre New York, The Golden Hour – Almeida Theatre,) will be performing in Sam Benjamin’s debut play Black Music Cab at the Lyric Hammersmith. So if you fancy an evening of new writing, Soul, Funk and comedy, why not book a ticket and join the party at the Lyric.


Lyric Hammersmith presents
'Black Music Cab' By Sam Benjamin 

Bobby is black and loves the blonde women. John is a white but sees more beauty in African women. Both men take a colourful journey through attraction and music to find love and acceptance but can they overcome the hypocrisy of a 'multi-cultural' Britain?


30th September 2010 – ONE DAY ONLY.

Tickets only £2 (bargain)

Lyric Hammersmith, Lyric Square, King St, W6 0LQ

Our Place on The Stage:

Amanda Wilkin ( Golden Delilah – 7:1 Beyond Control 2010) is curating a new and exciting event Our Place on The Stage – presenting new writing by female playwrights who identify themselves as of Caribbean and/or African heritage.

Formed this year, Our Place on the Stage will host its first event during Black History month, in one of London’s most diverse Boroughs, Hackney.

Our Place on the Stage: A night of short plays and poems by Black Women writers
Saturday 30th October 2010, 7pm
Trinity Centre, Dalston

If you’re an aspiring writer of Caribbean or African heritage and you would like to submit your work please contact Amanda Wilkin at, or for queries regarding the performance on 30th October 2010.

In These Shoes:

Mandy Dassa (Golden Delilah – Under Her Skin 2009) brings another dose of comedy which will make you wet your pants in laughter. If you missed her London previews or didn't manage to make it to Edinburgh this year this is your last chance to catch two of the best shows from the Festival!!!
This fantastically shambolic comedy sketch show was a complete triumph, three very likeable comedians with a very likeable show; ridiculous, loud and obnoxiously funny.’ Cathy Druce, THREE WEEKS **

The Courtyard Theatre, Old St
Date: Monday 20th September
Time: 8pm (Don't be late, it’s a theatre they won't let you in!)
Tickets: On the door or in advance £7 
Book Tickets:

Friends of Golden Delilah:

Supporter and friend of Golden Delilah Anthony Vander will be presenting London with another evening of tantalizing drama:

Studio 66 written and directed by Anthony Vander 
Monday 27th September at Old Red Lion theatre
Tickets: 020 7837 7816 or book online at ticket web

 Inspired by disco-fever in the 70s and break beats of the late 80s, Studio 66 is an energetic tale of relationships and friendships, and the struggle to achieve and make something of your life. 
Studio 66 premiers for one night only at the Old Red Lion Theatre. The ticket sales for studio 66 will be donated to UNICEF Haiti Earthquake Appeal. 

That’s all for now but don’t worry we will be back with more news of Mother Told Me.

Love and laughter

Golden Delilah

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We are also on Ideas Tap!

GOLDENdelilah celebrating new writing dedicated to female roles, through work that reflects the real nature of the society we live in and offers real artistic opportunities to new writers.

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