Rhianna is a playwright, researcher, project producer and educator. She has a strong interest in black and queer history, activism and site-specific theatre.
Rhianna is Maker and Reseacher within Coney HQ and has represented Coney on several cross-sector projects, including with UCL, The National Archives, and The Bureau for Investigative Journalism. She is a changemaker with The Advocacy Academy, where she supports youth activists on a range of campaigns (such as ‘Choked Up’ against air pollution), whilst designing interactive games and workshops for trainings and events. She also works collaboratively as producer and researcher for individual artists, such as writers Afua Hirsch, Season Butler and Armeghan Taheri. Rhianna is a member of the Royal Court writers group 2020/21, and is currently writing her first full-length play.
Rhianna is co-founder and host of ‘A History of Everyone Else‘, a decolonial platform centring stories sidelined from narratives of the British Empire. She has a BA in Politics, Sociology and Psychology from Cambridge, and is completing an MA in Writing for Performance & Dramaturgy at Goldsmiths.
Website: https://www.rhiannailube.com/ Twitter: @rhianna_ilube