Beyond Face CIC have released a new digital campaign short titled 'Let's Be Frank', introduced by actor, writer and artist, Monique Day.
The campaign is the next strand of the performance company's new work for the Mayflower 400 programme and will focus on how the residuals of colonial history continue to shape our lives today.
Its messaging addresses 'Retelling the past', 'Confronting the present', and 'Shaping the future'.
Beyond Face CIC are part of the Mayflower 400 cultural events programme, and the 'Let's Be Frank' digital campaign gives a glimpse into the work they will be releasing.
More will be revealed soon about their next work as part of the 2021 cultural programme. Find out more about Beyond Face here.
Watch the 'Let's Be Frank' campaign trailer here.
Beyond Face CIC is a performance company based in Plymouth whose mission is to raise the profile and visibility of Black, Asian and ethnically diverse artist, young people and communities.
The Company engages with professionals, young people and communities in a variety of outlets. We create high quality professional performances which we tour across the UK, as well as deliver workshops, training and support for developing artists, young people, businesses and educational institutions.
The company was founded in 2015 by Theatre Practitioner Alix Harris who, after working in Plymouth and running a series of consultation workshops, recognised the need for a company such as Beyond Face to exist in Plymouth & Devon.
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