Rofeda Amira Bougaga is a multi-disciplinary artist who is interested in utilising creativity as a device to make social and political change within society. Rofeda is a research expert, activist, spoken word artist and performer. She has been using her expertise and lived experiences to raise awareness on neglected issues, such as women’s safety, and young people’s mental health. Rofeda has a unique creative voice, reflecting the language and concerns of her community in South East London. Rofeda joined Sounds Like Chaos when she was 12 years old, and has been developing as an artist through the company for the last six years.
The creative team includes Director Amber Ruby, Associate Director at Company 3 and Eva Edo, award winning writer working with The National, Soho Theatre, Theatre503, Southwark Playhouse and Traverse Theatre. The show's creative producer is Roisin Feeny Co-Artistic Director, Sounds Like Chaos.
Sounds Like Chaos is a radical youth arts collective deeply rooted in Lewisham. We’re a vibrant community of young, emerging creatives and aspiring cultural leaders aged 12-25 who share a passion for theatre and live performance. We devise urgent, politically charged, and risk-taking new theatre that makes a difference. We work with emerging artists and producers to lead their own social action projects that address the most pressing issues affecting their peers and communities. We have created over 15 shows and experiences including national tours, performed at The Barbican, Battersea Arts Centre, The Traverse, Edinburgh and HOME, Manchester.