Vincent Osborne  interview | Founder / Artistic Director | Black British Classical Foundation

Interview by: Christina Nicole
Published: Tuesday 28 November 2023, 11:00am

Trained at Birmingham Theatre School as an Actor and Teacher of Speech and Drama, Vincent has worked extensively in repertory companies including The National Theatre, and the West End. Vincent was the creator of the first Black Soap Opera – “Brothers and Sisters” on BBC2, before going on to become a successful entrepreneur, sponsoring the Brixton Open Arts Competition from its conception. Now a campaigner, The Black British Classical Foundation is a continuation and expansion of the work Vincent began in those early days, and is now set to culminate in the Voice Of Black Opera.

Messiah presented by the Black British Classical Foundation

A glorious musical evening with Handel’s Messiah taking place on 28 November at St John’s Church, Waterloo  During the interval, black cake, sorrel and rum punch, will be served, all included in the ticket price.

NEED TO KNOW: Messiah plays at St John’s Church. 73 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8TY on 28 Nov 2023 | See listing | Find out more about the Black British Classical Foundation |