Mable Preach

Mable Preach

Born in 1982, at the age of seven, she fled Ghana with her family. She came to hip-hop through her occupation with African dance and became one of the most famous hip-hop choreographers in Hamburg. She studied media management and worked for a record company for several years. At the age of 20 she came to theater: playstation and has worked as an actress and singer. She staged her own pieces and worked with, among others, Yves Tuvis, Showcase beat le mot, Hajusom and particularly intensively with the Lukulule association. Since 2012 production of large-scale youth musicals such as “Soul Train” on Kampnagel.

Born in 1982, at the age of seven with her family escaped from Ghana due to political persecution. She spent all her youth in refugee camps, first in France and Belgium, then in Hamburg. Coming from a Ghanaian preacher family, she came into contact with gospel singing at an early age and began to rap herself. Through her interest in African dance, she came to hip-hop and became one of Hamburg’s best-known hip-hop choreographers. She studied media management and worked for several years as A&R in a record company.

At the age of 19 she joined theater: playstation and took part as an actress and singer, among others “Blood on the Dancefloor” (2002) and “Die, Popstar, Die” (2003).

She soon began to stage her first plays and worked with Yves Tuvis, Showcase beat le mot, She She pop, Barner16, Hajusom and many others.

She worked with Lukulule, which developed under her leadership into a center for urban arts with approx. 200 participants and 30 artists. In recent years, her artistic work has increasingly turned to anti-racism, and in 2014 she launched the refugee LINK project.

She has directed at the Schauspielhaus and Kampnagel, and since 2012 has produced large-scale youth musicals with Lukulule, such as “Soul Train” and “12 Yards”.