in Black Voices, Directors, Playwrights
1st April 2022
INTERVIEW: TRISTAN FYNN-AIDUENU. Writer and director Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu grew up in a Ghanaian household in South London, and discovered drama as a teenager by chance through a youth theatre improv class. He went on to study drama at Roehampton University and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and won the prestigious JMK Young Director Award in 2019. His production of Ryan Calais Cameron’s For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy is currently playing at the Royal Court, having transferred there from the New Diorama Theatre. This interview was recorded via Zoom on 22 March 2022.