Tré Ventour

Writer, Poet, Speaker, Black History Educator


I’ve worked with a number of organisations, including schools, universities and prisons.

To date, one of my most memorable experiences, is working with Now & Then Theatre in Buckingham. With this theatre company, we curated and presented a piece of physical theatre to tell the story of Walter Tull.


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My Story

I am a Northamptonian writer-poet, speaker and educator, that delivers lectures, workshops, and facilitates discussions on race and Black history.

I have worked with a wide range of organisations including: Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, The Nenequirer,  Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council, University of Buckingham, Now & Then Theatre, Quinton House School, HMP Onley and more.

I am bookable to come into your institution to deliver sessions on the aforementioned. To inquire further, email

Winter 2020/21

Aston Students' Union
Staff and officer training on diversity, decolonisation and anti-racism
Edinburgh Napier Feminist Society
Lecture on misogynoir and intersectionality in Black history - from enslavement to Black Lives Matter
BBC Radio 4
Took part in a conversation on issues relating to race and racism for BBC Radio 4's 'The Listening Project' via BBC Radio Gloucester
Northampton Hope Centre + Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council
Commissioned by these charities, I organised and facilitated this spoken word event exploring racial disparities and disproportionate outcomes
The Guardian
The latest in a series of articles by The Guardian on Black Lives Matter, on which I have been interviewed, adding to the national conversation on race.
Leeds Beckett University
Presented to trainee teachers on the intersectionalities of race, disability and identity, as well as decolonising the curriculum
Alexandra Palace (North London)
Presented to young people on activism and speaking out

Anti-Racism Talks & Workshops

Black History Speaks