Theatre: African and Caribbean influences weave a compelling web for kids

The children’s fable Anansi The Spider is being reimagined for a digital audience

7th June, 2020
Theatre: African and Caribbean influences weave a compelling web for kids
Juliet Okotie, Sapphire Joy and Afia Abusham in Anansi The Spider: Re-Spun, a digital theatre experience from London’s Unicorn Theatre. Photograph: Craig Sugden

Anansi The Spider: Re-Spun

Available to view in weekly instalments on Unicorn Theatre’s YouTube Channel

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