WHITE (Currently touring)


What are you when you are always the other?


A solo show about identity, being a mixed-race black woman and always feeling like an outsider. Blending live vocal looping and spoken word, WHITE carefully considers the concept of mixed-race privilege, tries to connect clashing cultures and explores what it means to grow up mixed in contemporary Britain.

Combining ‘clever and engaging’ original songs, vocal looping and ‘deliciously current’ dialogue, Koko honestly and openly explores race in this ‘incredibly vital’ contemporary piece of new writing.




Shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Speech Award

Shortlisted for the Filipa Braganca Award

The Guardian’s Best Shows of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018



Director                      Nicholai La Barrie

Lighting Designer        Martha Godfrey

Writer & Performer     Koko Brown

Buy the playtext through BigCartel.

Also available from Amazon & all good book shops.


Watch the show in virtual reality on LIVR.


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WHITE is available for touring.

Email for tour pack

and technical details.

GREY (Currently in development)


She is a strong, independent, black woman.

She has a roof over her head. She has food in her fridge. She lives a good life.

She’s also a little bit sad, a lot of the time.

She doesn’t understand why.


Following her debut solo show, WHITE, Koko Brown brings you the second installment of the Colour Trilogy, GREY. A candid show exploring depression and black women’s mental health. Blending spoken word and vocal looping, GREY is fully British Sign Language integrated and contains sensitive content.






SOUND DESIGN            

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Nicholai La Barrie

Koko Brown

Martha Godfrey


Emily Harwood

Haus of JBK

Chloe Nelkin Consulting

Sapphire Joy

Koko Brown

PINK (Development begins late 2019)


A collaborative ensemble piece looking at gender with female, trans*, and non-binary artists. Dancers, musicians, singers and poets will come together to devise a show on sexuality, gender and what it means to be a woman.