Ravelle-Sadé Fairman is a Trustee for New Perspectives Theatre Company, a commissioned script writer and voice actor for BBC Radio 4 and a shortlisted nominee for a Nottingham Black Achievers Award in 2019.
She is a freelance creative, based in Nottingham, who has performed and facilitated workshops for a number of clients. This includes: events, schools, support groups, universities, institutions and organisations such as; The NHS, University of Nottingham, Splendour Festival, Nottinghamshire Pride, Youth Parliament and The Young Achievers Awards.
Ravelle-Sadé has also written, produced, directed and starred in her own one hander and has a self-published poetry pamphlet under the same name - Adversity, Understanding and Enlightenment - alongside being showcased in numerous physical and digital publications - from Anthologies to local magazines.
She has been frequently invited to talk on a number of subjects by local BBC Radio stations, as well as appearing on BBC Sounds, BBC East Midlands, The Nottingham Post and Notts TV. Deemed an inspirational person in Nottingham, Ravelle-Sadé was one of the 100 people selected across the city to be projected on the walls of Nottingham Castle.
Photo Credit: Tom Morley
2023 Nottingham City Council Fostering Service – Wrote & Performed for ‘Thank You Carers’ Service
2022 Nottingham City Council - Wrote & performed for Nottingham City Council’s Annual Dinner
2022 Sheriff of Nottingham (former) - Wrote & performed for Jamaican Independence Day
2022 Left Deputy Lieutenant, Commonwealth - Wrote & performed for Commonwealth Event and Queen’s Jubilee
2022 Henry Normal - Supported BAFTA award-winning poet
2022 Nottinghamshire Police - Performed poetry at Award Show
2022 Hollie McNish - Supported award-winning poet
2021 Nottingham City of Literature/Quebec Literature Fest - International showcase
2021 BBC Radio 4 - Wrote & voice acted as part of ‘United Kingdoms?’
2020 BBC Radio 3 - Assistant producer for audio drama ‘The Fishermen’
2020 Vanessa Kinsuule - Supported 10-time slam winning poet at Nottingham Poetry Festival
2020 Arts Council Funding - Awarded funding to Write, Direct, Produce and Perform in my own one-woman poetry show
2019 Youth Parliament - Wrote, performed & ran an anti-knife crime workshop
2019 Splendour Festival - Performed
Nottingham Trent University
University of Nottingham
Nottingham City Council
New Perspectives Theatre Company
National Literacy Trust
Stand Up to Racism
New Art Exchange
Apples and Snakes
"Ravelle-Sade, who performs under the name "A Poetic Perception", is up next and is utterly engaging, clearly born for performance regardless of the medium. Her musings range from civil rights and Rosa Parkes to self-affirmation and identity, communicated in an inspiring fashion."
Amy Britton - Live Show Reviewer