Following the killing of George Floyd and the protests that are now taking place around the world, playwright, critic and former British Museum Trustee Bonnie Greer explores the ideas of trauma and reclamation, and how we need to use the past to build our future.
3 June 2020
22 April 2020
Bonnie Greer OBE, playwright, critic and former Trustee of the British Museum, explores her own identity and the concept of the ‘Era of Reclamation’ through the story of three journeys taken at different points in her life. Looking at the present and future as well as the past, she considers why more than ever in this time of pandemic, reclamation and human connection matters to us, and the role of the Museum in understanding our shared history.
8 January 2020
Bonnie Greer OBE, playwright, critic and former British Museum Trustee, explores her relationship with the Museum and what she calls the ‘Era of Reclamation’ – a time for conversations around ownership, not only of ourselves and our identities but of what we believe belongs to us.