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Name:   Miatta
Comments:   The whole show was amazing while exploring real life difficult challenges. How Realitie managed to create such astonishing show was a mind blowing experience. Thank you for the honesty and absolutely Love your work
Tuesday, June 14 2016 - 02:33 PM
Name:   Denise
Comments:   I want to congratulate Realitie and her extraordinary performers for an enlightening production. We all have or know of examples of various types of abuse, mental health issues and how those manifest internally, externally, culturally, socially and geographically. However, to see, hear and feel that level and depth of manifestation live on stage was exhilarating, demoralising, depressing and uplifting all at the same time. The power and intensity of the words, the movements, actions and their expressions and interpretation was a feat I have not experienced before. Was I surprised? No, actually hell NO! Why? Because Realitie is an extraordinary woman, daughter, mother, friend, family supporter, child/community advocate and a spirit for good. Her thoughts, her words and her beliefs and values resonated as truly on stage as they do in real life. Onwards, upwards and forwards.
Friday, May 06 2016 - 01:46 AM
Name:   Charm
Comments:   I attended Realities last performance in Enfield, WOW what a night, what can I say I don't think there were many dry eyes in the house, I use to attend her events, when she was promoting her early work her books (gun talk) which were all based in south London, I was shocked to her some many life experience around abuse in the black community, which has they say ( don't air your dirty laundry in public) but I'm sure if anyone was there would find the strength because of those spoken words to go and seek help, it was an amazing night, and also hats off to your other performers. We need another event I have people waiting to see you perform couldn't get tickets. Keep up the amazing work 👏🏿🙏🏽. Realitie (Joe)
Sunday, May 01 2016 - 01:14 AM
Name:   Dawn
Comments:   This was the first time that I had been to a spoken word event I wasn't sure what to expect but I was captured into a different world.
The words hit you hard, it made you think, it mad you cry.
The words and the dance/acting of the stories were truly magnificent.
There was not a sound to be heard everyone was hooked on every word that was said and then the punchline had everyone in ore.
I have known Josephaine for over 30 years watching her show was a magical event.
I truly hope that she can go nationwide with her work.
It's current, thought provoking, and it makes you talk.
Please please please keep up the good work
Saturday, April 30 2016 - 10:39 PM
Name:   Sadé
Comments:   Rolling With Realitie was the most touching show I have ever had the privilege of watching. It had the perfect balance of entertainment, humour, passion, raw emotion and authenticity. Centred around the topic of abuse it touched on issues that especially in the black community we fail to acknowledge and the stories from the real life survivors were truly touching, I was literally holding back the tears. A special mention to Realitie for putting the night together and showcasing her God given talent to the world, as well as bringing together such a talented group of individuals to support on the night. I recommend you go to see it and I for one would most definitely watch it again.
Saturday, April 30 2016 - 06:02 AM
Name:   Samuel
Comments:   Rolling With Realitie was a really captivating and eye opening show with a mixture of emotions throughout. Great entertainment!! I Will definitely be at the next one!
Thursday, April 21 2016 - 10:36 AM
Name:   Magero
Comments:   Some shows are created to entertain.. Some shows are created to educate.. But I have never witnessed a show that did those things as well as liberate and serve as therapy to those performing and those in the crowd. Rolling With Realitie was the most real and surreal experience I have ever witnessed. It delved into issues that happen all around us but we ignore because they don't affect us directly. But they do. We just aren't aware of the signs. Realitie's work is fitting to her name, the whole night had a real sense of authenticity full of emotion, pain, humour, movement, colour and is truly a must see show but be sure to bring a box of tissues. Realitie displayed versatility by embodying different characters through her performances with each change performed seamlessly she was extremely captivating as well as displaying her talented way with words through her poetry. There were tears both on and off stage, and the testimonies from real life victims and most importantly survivors capped off the emotional roller coaster we embarked on. Should you choose to watch it, you will feel uncomfortable, you will feel every emotion possible, you will be entertained and most importantly you will learn and truly empathise with those suffering at the hands of abuse in so many different forms. Thank you Realitie for creating such a powerful show, it was truly a blessing.
Thursday, April 21 2016 - 03:14 AM
Name:   Julia Anthony
Comments:   Rollin with Realitie was the best theatre piece I have ever seen it WEALTH of diversity of brokenness was powerful and thought provoking. Realitie realistic accuracy of bringing those pieces to life is nothing less than a God given gift. The show carries a message that globally people will identify with. The realness of Realitie's work is as unpredictable as life itself. The way she writes is deep and real. The actors executed the characters in a dynamic way that leave the audience in a place of schock and soul searching question. For me the most profound aspect of the show is it brings up hidden pains and secrets but a road to. healing and wholeness that no therapist can offer. At the end of clearly the best show I had ever seen I was left with one question how did she got into my head? The show Rollin with Realitie is simply spectacular. Check it out if you want to see something real and the road to healing and wholeness
Monday, April 11 2016 - 05:25 PM
Name:   Sia Gbamoi
Comments:   Rollin' with Realitie was a POWERFUL night, it was a privilege to be able to bring the character of Kerry Ann to life- it is deep content, and as uncomfortable as it is view the roots and results of abuse, I'm glad that Realitie has the heart to bring awareness to these realities. ..Healing is the mission, I know that each of the characters struck a chord with someone in the room.

Oh, and what a pleasure it was to see Realitie's acting prowess in full effect as 'Lollipop'! I won't say much more...You need to catch this next time it's on.
Monday, April 11 2016 - 04:17 PM
Name:   corey
Comments:   Brilliant show as always
Monday, April 11 2016 - 03:58 AM
Name:   Bre Antonia
Comments:   I expected no less than the abundance of talent I see at every show Realitie performs at, but I DID NOT anticipate the level of passion, rawness and heart at her very own show. From the characters (Lollipop was my fave), to the actual dancers and performers (all were incredible) - perfect. The honesty in the 'My Reality' pieces, read aloud by members of the audience was a beautiful addition. The show was well put together, and was engaging from start to finish. I can't wait for the next one!
Sunday, April 10 2016 - 07:11 AM
Name:   Alexander Sehmer
Comments:   Incredibly powerful writing and a performance full of energy and raw emotion. Everyone should see this!
Monday, April 04 2016 - 05:46 AM
Name:   Shirley
Comments:   A great production with a good balance. Very real and informative. The participation from the audience was great.

Can't wait for more to come!
Sunday, March 27 2016 - 01:25 PM
Name:   Jo Melville
Comments:   Thank you, Jo Rollings.
Once again you have highlighted how extremely talented you are. I was lucky enough to witness the amazing sold out performances at The Dugdale Theatre recently that had me on an emotional roller coaster. The subjects dealt with were extremely painful but Realitie put her spin on it so it was accessible, educational, raw, hard hitting but done with love.
These subjects must not be taboo and only through having brave artistes like Realitie platforming and sharing, can we start to make a difference.
Realitie and her fellow performers for this show did a fantastic job.
Loving your work Jo, always have and always will.
Congratulations, you are a shining light of power, onwards and upwards xx
Sunday, March 27 2016 - 04:30 AM
Name:   Ria Brookes
Comments:   So, the "Rolling with Realitie" event on Saturday 19th March... sold out show! And boy was it intense. First off, Realitie is an extremely talented artist. I felt honoured baring witness to her creativity. Realitie fused her spoken word with movement. Four pieces of poetry performed in such a way as to make you believe each performer had lived that reality. Four pieces, four different types of abuse: child, emotional, sexual and drug. The tears escaped me with no warning and that was just the first act. But I realise a lot of what was said hit nerve after nerve. Each time I recovered from a bout of tears another line was said that made me remember something else id experienced and I'd cry all over again. It was really hard: before we'd even got to half-time I was convinced I wouldn't be able to do my part. Picture someone portraying a drunken girl, and a narrator explaining the childhood that led to that moment. Then someone joining her on stage as the mother and the spoken word is used as their dialogue. Your heart runs out to the young girl trying to tell her mum that her step dad is abusing her and then hardens while you watch the mother "not accept it ". You hear and see her turmoil. You picture the lifestyle she ended up living as a result with the help of the narrator. It was a lot. And there's more but I don't want to say and spoil the show for any of you. It will be coming to south London soon and it is not to be missed. Yes it will be a heavy night but more importantly it will provide the insight that we survivors couldn't package and sell if we tried. A massive thank you to Realitie for shining a light on the topic and doing us proud.
Sunday, March 27 2016 - 01:27 AM
Name:   Ahmed Kamara
Comments:   'Rolling With Realitie' had a great mix of fresh acts and new creatives that presented a powerful and thought provoking project. It had me and my friends talking about it days after.

Ahmed K
Saturday, March 26 2016 - 12:36 PM
Name:   Rhi
Comments:   Rollin with realitie was a night to remember. Touching on taboo subjects that affect so many. I was truly impressed by the character she played as a drug addict.. it was raw and real life... need more outspoken evenings like this... to make the uncomfortable, comfortable... bless you
Saturday, March 26 2016 - 11:48 AM
Name:   Alfred
Comments:   Rolling with Realitie was a very powerful and moving performance from all involved highlighting a very serious issue in abuse. I really enjoyed the spoken word and the performances which supported it. 5 stars.
Friday, March 25 2016 - 02:59 PM
Name:   Anna
Comments:   I saw Rolling with Realitie a week ago. Those performances were so real and hard hitting Realitie you are so talented and real. Your art should be everywhere and I will definitely be at as many future performances as possible. Can't wait to see how much further you will go in this and all the new stories you will create.
Thanks you for giving these issues a voice.

Stay blessedl
Friday, March 25 2016 - 09:24 AM
Name:   Mrs Heather Annan
Comments:   What a fantastic evening watching Rolling with Reality at the Dugdale theatre in Enfield. A truly gripping and inspirational piece. It had me going through so many emotions I came out feeling like I had just had therapy. A truly talented artist. I could relate to most of the characters played. I can't wait for the next show. A definate must see.
Thank you.
Friday, March 25 2016 - 08:27 AM
Name:   Lee Ocsko - Sutton Youth Engagement Coordinator
Comments:   REALITIE - Performed for Sutton Youth Services during the October half term's Black History Month Event.
Comments from some of the young people on the night in the audience were - Amazing, Inspiring,
Influential, Wow, 'sick', Real and simply MORE!
Reaktie touched the audience without moving from the stage, and from an organisers perspective I don't think you could hear anyone breathe as her words hit home and the realisation and relation of what she was saying sunk in to the young crowd in attendance.
As an adult, her words resonated with me, and I could feel myself drawn to closing my eyes and 'feeling' the words.

I would 150% recommend anyone to hiring, meeting, speaking to and witnessing the impact of having REALITIE at your event or with working with your groups.
The audience at our event was made up of all kinds of young people from all possible backgrounds and hardships, yet everyone of them was fully engaged in the experience and content in just listening to the powerful words being spoken.

NO-ONE was on their phones, which for me, with over 60 young people in the crowd, speaks volumes!

11 out of 10 - Outstanding. we will be speaking to Realitie for our next event in September.

Thank you for sharing this with Sutton's Youth.
Monday, November 03 2014 - 07:54 AM
Name:   Steven
Comments:   I had the pleasure of witnessing Realities performance at 'Open Art Surgery' and was left speechless.. The piece was a raw yet accurate manifestation of the dark truths that lie within domestic abuse and those scars were portrayed through dynamic movement and powerful emotive expression. I found myself uncomfortable, amused, emotionally touched and totally fixated and would encourage anyone who hasn't seen the piece to do so. It is such creative synergy that may be the key to both education, rehabilitation and change. Simply amazing.
Thursday, August 28 2014 - 04:51 PM
Name:   BreAntonia.
Comments:   I attended Open Arts Surgery not sure what I was about to watch or experience, but I left moved and inspired. One specifically touched me and it was performed by Realitie. It was absolutely amazing. I was drawn in from the beginning. There was a mixture of humour and hurt, solemness and wit that all compelled you to stayed tuned. I found myself in this state throughout. The combination of physical theatre and creative writing resulted in an engaging performance, and I can't wait for others to see this piece.
Sunday, July 20 2014 - 12:00 PM
Name:   Miatta (a lifetime follower)
Comments:   Open Arts Surgery (18th July 2014) "Oh my gosh! This piece was amazing!
The real raw conflicting expressed emotions were both enlightening and educating, just true talent!"
Saturday, July 19 2014 - 03:20 AM
Name:   Gerrard Martin
Comments:   Amazing raw performance tonight at Open Arts Surgery…'poetry and movement that rips at your flesh and buries deep into your soul'
Friday, July 18 2014 - 06:21 PM

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