Tobi Kyeremateng is a Cultural Producer based in South London with a focus on theatre, poetry, festivals and film. She has worked with organisations such as Battersea Arts Centre, Ovalhouse, Bestival, Glastonbury and Brainchild Festival, and has collaborated with other organisations such as Wilderness Festival, Citadel Festival, AFROPUNK and Penguin Random House x #MERKY. She is currently Executive Producer (Up Next) at Bush Theatre for BABYLON Festival - a two-week multidisciplinary takeover exploring the global influences and experiences of Black and Brown people - and Producer at Apples and Snakes - England's leading poetry organisation.
In 2013, she started an apprenticeship at Battersea Arts Centre in Community Arts Administration and was offered the role of Junior Producer in 2016. In 2017, she was accepted onto the Old Vic 12 programme where she produced Joe White’s play ‘Pagans’, performed by Simon Kunz, Lolita Chakrabati, Gary Wood, Sophie Melville and Geoff Breton.
Tobi was part of the Runner Up team for the JMK 2017 Award with debbie tucker green’s ‘random’, directed by Nathan Crossan-Smith. Tobi is the founder of Black Ticket Project - an initiative creating access to theatre for Black young people by collaborating with venues and organisations to distribute free and discounted tickets, is currently producing 'J'Ouvert' by Yasmin Joseph, directed by Rebekah Murrell at Theatre503, and produced short film 'Wishbone', written and directed by Caleb Femi as part of Dancing Words' film commissions.