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Morning Producers

We invite our artist and freelancer network to join us at the Artsadmin Canteen to work, hang out, and share space together.

an image on a blue background. On the left is a green hand drawn outlin of a house, in the centre is the Artsadmin logo. On the left is the logo for Raze Collective in a similar hand drawn style but in bright pink. They are joined together by a hand drawn white 'X'

On the first Wednesday of every month we invite freelance producers and self-producing artists to join us in the Artsadmin Canteen

Morning Producers is an informal, peer-to-peer support session. You can bring questions, work, or just come to have a chat. This session will be hosted by Valentina Vela and Nene Jayne Camara from our producing team and special guest co-hosts Fraserfab and Seyi, creative producers from Raze Collective, a charity supporting the development of LGBTQIA+ artists and producers. This session will hold space specifically for queer producers.

Raze Collective is a charity dedicated to nurturing and developing innovative queer performance in the UK. We create cultural opportunities for LGBTQIA+ artists, audiences and the wider public. We value the diversity of the queer cultural scene and work with artists, producers and organisations who share our values and ethos.

Raze was formed by grassroots performers, producers & audience members in the face of the closure of LGBTQIA+ venues. We’re called Raze as as the organisation was established in response to those queer spaces being razed.


Fraserfab (Creative Producer)

Fraserfab (he/they) is an independent dance artist, producer & researcher who trained at Rambert School. As a producery / organisey kind of queer, he has worked with BULLYACHE, Bright Storm Group, Clod Ensemble & The Chateau; and also co-produces a LGBTQIA dance performance platform called MIND UR HEAD.

Since 2020, he has worked with Raze donning many different queer hats, delivering artist development programs, fundraising, marketing, partner building & has collaborated with organisations inc QUAC, Something to Aim For, Southbank Centre, Naked Presents & Hackney Bridge. 

Seyi (Creative Producer)

Seyi is a creative producer who focuses on the inclusivity and celebration of often marginalised communities such as the LGBTQAI+ community and those who are racially othered. Having grown up rarely seeing herself represented in mainstream arts and media, Seyi seeks to produce arts and culture that centers the queer and/or black experience. 

Seyi has experience producing theatre, cabaret, musicals and community events. She’s worked extensively in stage management & production roles with Raze Collective, The Cocoa Butter Club, Mighty Hoopla, The Yard Theatre, Bloomsbury Theatre & Camden People’s Theatre. She’s currently working with Transmission Roundhouse to produce a podcast which explores daily struggles creatives with intersectional identities may face, whilst emphasising the joy that comes from being part of a marginalised group


  • The Artsadmin Canteen is accessible to wheelchair users and there are wheelchair accessible toilets. Read more about Accessibility at Toynbee Studios.
  • All toilets at Toynbee Studios are gender neutral.
  • There is outdoor and distanced indoor seating.
  • A relaxed performance kit with yoga mats, blankets, cushions and ear defenders is available.
  • BSL interpretation is available on request. Email or call 020 7247 5102 to arrange this, and please allow at least a week’s notice.

Please email or call 020 7247 5102 if you have any further access requests.

Date and time

6 December 2023


Free, no booking required


Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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