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Sarah Naomi Lee   Creative Director


Sarah was brought up in London with a Jamaican father and English mother.  After graduating with a degree in English Literature, she worked as a teacher, community worker and researcher in Cornwall, Ghana and Brighton.  Sarah has written two radio plays for the BBC, which were broadcast on Radio 3 in 2007 and Radio 4 in 2009.  She has also worked as a radio producer for BBC local radio.  See her personal website


Plenty Productions is a community interest (i.e. not for profit) company that facilitates high quality, collaborative, community-based arts and media projects.


We work:


• in partnership with local communities where a need is identified

• using media to empower rather than to exploit

• in arts, heritage and media across the wider cultural sector



We specialise in projects that focus on Black and minority ethnic issues, and projects that involve broadcast partners.

sarah ebou

Ebou Touray Director


Originally from Gambia, Ebou has lived in Brighton for many years. His passion for African music led him to co-found African Night Fever, a monthly live music event over ten years ago. Now focusing on featuring established national and international artists as well as local bands, ANF promotes gigs at venues such as the Brighton Dome, the Ropetackle Centre at Shoreham, and the Komedia Brighton.


Alan Cawson (1947-2015) was Technical Director


Alan was Professor of Digital Media at the University of Sussex until 2002, and introduced one of the first masters courses in digital media in the UK.  He was a founder board member of Wired Sussex, and since leaving the University has worked on internet-related educational projects in Brighton and Ghana. He published extensively on new media, communications technologies and innovation. See his personal website