Temi trained at Cambridge University.
Her theatre credits include: TERMINAL 3 & ACT (Print Room); JUBILEE (Lyric
Hammersmith, Royal Exchange); THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (National Theatre
Learning); HOW TO HOLD YOUR BREATH (The Royal Court); THE WORLD’S WIFE,
MACBETH and PRIVATE PEACEFUL (all National Youth Theatre Rep).
Television credits include: YEARS AND YEARS (BBC); MANHUNT (ITV)
Temi is also a playwright and her debut play, THE HIGH TABLE, opens at the Bush Theatre
in February next year.
Valerie is responsible for curating and producing the community and young people’s programme here at the Gate. Valerie is a producer and published playwright with a passion for creating work that affects the conversations being had in the industry today. She joined the Gate in August 2019 and previously worked at the Almeida in their Participation department assistant directing their Young Company shows (The Wave, 2019 ) and (This isn’t a true story, 2019) whilst simultaneously producing fringe shows for her company She’s Diverse.
Born 1984. Graduated from the Danish Performing Arts School 2010. Received the Reumert Talent Award in 2012. Selected roles: Has performed at the Royal Theater in the Craftsmen (2008), Army (2014), Boys Don’t Cry / Mungo Park (2014-15), King Arthur (2016), This Is Not the Stjernekrigstriologi (2017-). Other theatrical assignments: And Then You Are Suddenly There /Theater ZeBU (2011-13), Peter and the Wolf /Teater Grob (2012), The Laugh and the Death at The Floating Theater (2015), Afraid of the Dark / ZeBU (2016-17), Petra Von Kant Aalborg Theater (2016), A Doll’s House / Fix & Foxy (2015-), The Martyr and the Monk / The Floating Theater (2017). Dancer in the Dark / Aarhus Theater.