Laila Woozeer is a writer and musician based in North London.
My first book, Not Quite White, will be released in Autumn 2019 with Simon & Schuster - pre-order here.
I have performed abroad: at Disneyland Paris; National Theatre, Kenya; St Patricks Cathedral in New York; Badhuistheatre in Amsterdam; La Cigale in Paris. In the UK: Southbank Centre; Queen Elizabeth's Hall; Barbican; BBC Maida Vale; BBC Elstree; National Maritime Museum; FutureFest; Pleasance; Proud Camden; Glastonbury Festival; Vault Festival; Brighton Fringe; Latitude Festival; Hoxton Hall; Ronnie Scott's; 93 Feet East; Wilderness Festival. I have worked with: Future Cinema; BBC; Marie Claire; London Design Festival; Wikimedia Foundation; Lambeth Council; Joanie Clothing; Oxfam; Barbican; Itsu; Vegusto; Linda McCartney; I Heart Camden; National Maritime Museum; Stumble Trip Theatre; Rhum & Clay; Fine Chisel; ZSL and London Zoo.
Me: I am of mixed racial ancestry. I was born in South London and now live in North London. they/them. I once spilled a drink over Jay-Z whilst backstage at Glastonbury.
Photography Credits: this page bottom slider: Yossy Akinsanya (yaphotography, photos 1, 3). Awards & Press page: including photos by Yossy Akinsanya (ya photography), Arnold Borgerth, Sian Lloyd (SianShoots). All other photos my own.