Empoword Workshop

Saturday 20 January
YES Shop, Queensmere Shopping Centre, Slough

A session for all, virgins and veterans
Whether you’re new to spoken word or an ol’ timer on the stage, this session aims to provide a safe, nurturing space to explore new ways of writing and share ideas

Come along for a relaxed afternoon of abstract activities, group tasks, solo speed writing and getting the hang of holding a microphone

Register your interest here




Folked Up! #20 | Palm2

Thursday 14 December
Palm2 Event Space, 152-156 Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0QJ

Music | Poetry | Illustration

3 Music artists
3 Poets
1 Exhibition

Find the Secret Room!

Tickets: Early Bird £3, Regular £5
Book places here




Yule Rock: The Ultimate Festive Singalong

Thursday 14 December
Round Chapel, 1D Glenarm Road, London, E5 0LY

What’s better than one song? A whole night of ‘em…

For the fourth year running, this community building charity presents their sellout Yuletide extravaganza.  Yule Rock is the ultimate festive singalong and Sunday Assembly London’s answer to the traditional carol concert.

Join us and a big crowd for a mass singalong to festive classics, from Slade to Mariah.

Have a look at Sunday Assembly’s previous event here.

Bring along a cracker to pull and plenty of cheer!

Due to the licensing of the venue, Sunday Assembly will only accept over 18’s to the event.

£20 tickets
Book places here



Bunkers Without Borders

Thursday 30 November – Saturday 2 December 2017
The Bunker, 53a Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU

“What would a world without borders look like, sound like, feel like, and be like?”

After its successful week-long festival back in the spring, The Bunker is throwing open its doors for three nights this November to look once again at what the world around us looks like, sounds like, and feels like in the wake of a turbulent 2017. From spoken word to dance, music to cabaret, each evening is a snapshot into the lives of those in our society that we don’t always hear about.

Thursday November 30th
Music from Josh Grant
Spoken Word from Sid & The Repeat Beat Poet
Cabaret from Witt ‘n Camp
Dance from Matsena Performance Theatre
Fred and Ginger’ by Michael Southan

Friday December 1st
Spoken Word from Tyrone Lewis & Hannah Gordon
Enigma choreographed and performed by Semttex
yesterday it rained salt by Nabilah Said
Frankie Foxstone by Amy Gwilliam

Saturday December 2nd
Music from Lea Aubigne
Spoken Word from BananaSharma and James Chelliah
Dance from Jieying Nah
Coming, Going Part 3 by Sabrina Dzulkifli

FREE ENTRY – Donation basis only
Any tickets which have been purchased will be fully refunded
Book tickets here


Udaan 2017

Saturday 25 November
Hindu Cultural Society, Slough SL1 2XL

Come along to see local youth perform at an evening of celebration, full of song, dance, poetry and cultural festivities.
I’ll be performing a set, starting with a piece about the power of pronouncing your name correctly.

For more details, click here



Tattva Writers’ Drop-in

Saturday 11 November
Ziferblat London Old Street, 388 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LT

Have an idea for a book? Want to write an article? Have an urge to share ideas? Or simply want to see what we’re doing? We’re coming to Ziferblat London for a writer’s drop in. Bring your laptop and a bunch of ideas, network with like minded writers and hopefully complete a piece of writing of your own.

Come anytime between 12-4 for some (un)structured co-working and creativity! Just pay for your time there (see ticket info).
From 1pm – 2pm, Dr Rishi Handa will be conducting an informal workshop on critical thinking and writing, so be sure to attend for that!

Ziferblat is an interesting concept – treat the place like your home & you only pay for your time. Check out what its all about here.

The drop-in is free to attend
Ziferblat venue charges 7p/min for the first hour & 4p/min thereafter with a max of £11.40.
With this you can use all the venue facilities & kitchen freely.
RSVP here