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Adura Onashile: Giving voice to unheard stories from Black British history


She started her career on the stage, but now Adura Onashile is bringing depth, nuance and suspense to contemporary drama behind the scenes as a director. Her film "Expensive Shit" started life as an award-winning play at the Edinburgh Fringe before her adaptation of it for the screen made its way to the Glasgow Short Film festival.

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