Krystal Dawn Campbell is an emerging black female dance/physical theatre artist working in the arts and entertainment industries as a performer, creator and collaborator.

More recently, the work she creates draws from personal experiences and the stories of others to make powerful, impactful dance/physical theatre that challenges sociopolitical norms, inspires introspection, and stimulates long-lasting conversation. In July 2020, Krystal became a Creative Associate of Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

Visit her website to see more of here work:

  • De Riva Mumma – Incubated

    Krystal Dawn Campbell

    (this is a Groundwork Presents that will be live at the end of February 2021) ‘De Riva Mumma – Incubated’ stems from the seed of an idea that first arose during a creative afternoon on the Jasmin Vardimon UK Summer Intensive 2019, and was subsequently scratched and performed as a ten minute solo at Groundwork Pro’s…

    Commissioned as part of Groundwork Presents:

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