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Weʼre raising £40,000 to To fund a new solo-play about Martin Luther King Jr. A unique opportunity to meet the man behind the icon. 'Powerful'! & 'Captivating'!

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This brand new solo-play about Civil Rights Activist Martin Luther King Jr. provides a unique opportunity to meet the man behind the icon. Powerful, moving, captivating and beautifully pitched.

Dream of a King - Written and performed by Christopher Tajah

with Paulette Tajah

(Director & Dramaturg: Bernie C. Byrnes)

We are seeking to fund this production that brings Martin Luther King Jnr's message into focus. 'Dream of A King' depicts the great man's inner struggles and outward pressures placed upon him. We aim to delivery this play to market. To tour to public audiences widely to UK Theatres nationally and internationally. We aim to tour to schools, Colleges & Universities.

Be a part of this exciting brand new story and help us to realise this 'DREAM of a KING'.

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      Christopher Tajah

      Christopher Tajah

      London

      He played Derek in Doctors for BBC One, Joseph in M.L.E (Feature), He will shortly be seen playing Philip in The Other (short 2019), William in She's Not There (short 2019), Baughman in The Rizen & Rizen - The Possession (Feature 2019) and DCI Frame in Red Call (Feature 2019)

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