''Until the lion has its own historian, tales of hunting will always be of the hunter''
- African Proverb
... So we're gonna eat the hunter and digest our own histories.
A night of poetry, music and storytelling exploring the themes of historic stories of the under represented diaspora.
Explore history, herstory and our stories through art, conversation and all the vibes. Chakrajuice & Ital will be on sale.
This time, we're launching the photography captured of the UK's Black Lives Matter protests over the Summer. Hosted by affiejam
Jamaican born singer/writer Janel Antoneshia has not conformed to one style of music, she has no consistent sound but instead has been hugely inspired by Gospel, soul, rhythm and blues. Her overall desire is to continue to create music that's relevant to the growth of herself and others.
Her voice has been described as: "Hauntingly beautiful".
Jordanne Renee is a poet, blogger and singer . She is a self proclaimed self love advocate and aims to push messages of self care through her work. She explores identity and experiences as a queer 3rd generation black Brit.
Jordanne Renee is a furiously brummie poet . She is a multipotential lite , intersectional feminist, plantain enthusiast and avid tea drinker - sometimes this allows her to make things.
Bridget Minamore is a writer, poet and journalist who was shortlisted to be London's first Young Poet Laureate and is part the creative team behind Brainchild Festival. She teaches poetry workshops around the country, including for My Body Back, a charity that aims to empower women who have suffered sexual violence. In 2015 Bridget was chosen as one of The Hospital Club's Emerging Creatives, as well as one of Speaking Volumes’ 40 Stars of Black British Literature. ‘Titanic’, her debut pamphlet of poems on modern love and loss, came out in May this year.
- Alex Chantiluke
- Shyhiem Prince
- Shivvy Francis
- Alison Baskerville
- Myah Jeffers
18.30 - Doors Open & Exhibition
19.30 - Performances
22.00 - DJ Set
Limited open mic slots online, DM Artivist to grab one or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (3 slots will also be available on the door)
*Bring an alternative history article or piece of information you'd like to share rolled up into a scroll. All will be explained on the night*
TICKETS £5 on the door & £4 online.
Doors open 6.30, kick off 7.30pm til late.
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