WOA give you a list of three things you could do for everyday of the working week. There’s no need for you to suffer the Monday Blues: An evening meal at a restaurant you’ve never been to; tickets to the latest shows; or a podcast candidly exploring topical affairs will help you get through your nine-to-five. Read on to find out what we suggest for you to do today.


 

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Ctrl+Alt+Delete by Emma Packer is a tale of resilience in the face of adversity. Amy Jones from Brixton, is an emotionally charged girl with a strong political heart. Amy challenges the injustices of the world; where war rips communities apart, equality isn’t universal and your biggest enemies are sometimes the very ones who brought you into the world.

Part of Camden Fringe 2016. Please note, all advance tickets are sold through the Camden Fringe website, and not through CPT. Walk up tickets are available from 30 minutes before the start of the show at CPT’s box office.

 

8-9 Aug, 12-13 Aug, 15-16 Aug

Camden People’s Theatre
58-60 Hampstead Road
London
NW1 2PY

7:15pm

£7.50

BOOK NOW

Tel: 020 7419 4841


 

Zoe's

After four years travelling the Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen (ZGK) pop-up and supper club across Europe – they’ve decided to set down some roots – so they’ve opened a cosy little restaurant inside a shipping container in Brixton. Think CHOP BAR meets contemporary dining and that’s about what they’ve got!

Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is not just a ‘pop-up’ restaurant — it’s a food event: creating a look and feel from its Ghanaian roots that merges with a contemporary dining experience. Home spun, home cooked food. Always fun, always relaxed and always tasty.

Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen

Unit 36, Pop Brixton,
49 Brixton Station Rd,
London SW9 8PQ

Lunch 12pm-10pm (kitchen closes at 9:30pm)

Tel: 07494 746907


 

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On Wednesday 30th March 2016, a spirited discussion about the current state of Nigeria’s economy was held by The Royal African Society at the Frontline Club. Award-winning reporter and broadcaster Funmi Iyanda hosted the event, posing questions to a panel of experts that included economist and former CBN governor, Professor Charles Soludo, senior investment accountant Feyi Fawehinmi, and IHS Africa director Natznet Tesfay. The discussion was live streamed with the audience and followers on Twitter asking questions to the panellists.

Read the Storify here: https://storify.com/royafrisoc/howtof…

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3NQN…

The next instalment of this exciting series will be a special Africa Utopia edition looking at Dismantling Patriarchy. Click for more information: #HowToFixNigeria Dismantling Patriarchy 

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