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.


 

World Premiere – They Drink It In The Congo

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Featuring an ensemble cast and a live band performing original music inspired by the Congo, Adam Brace’s hilarious and anarchic new play unpacks the problems of doing something good about something bad. Following their collaboration on Stovepipe, (Sunday Times’ 10 Best Theatre Events of the Decade) Michael Longhurst (Carmen Disruption) returns to the Almeida to direct.

They Drink It In The Congo

12 Aug – 1 Oct 2016

Almeida Theatre
Almeida Street
Islington
London
N1 1TA

Evenings 7.30pm
Sat matinees 2.30pm from 27 Aug
Wed matinees 2.30pm 24, 31 Aug, 7, 14 Sep

Tickets: £10 – £38/ Concessions available. Click HERE for more details.

Tel: 020 7359 4404. 


 

Buy – Yinka Ilori 

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Yinka Ilori is a London based designer. He specialises in up-cycling vintage furniture, inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics that surrounded him as child. Humorous, provocative and fun, each piece of furniture he creates tells a story. Bringing Nigerian verbal traditions into playful conversation with contemporary design, Yinka Ilori’s work touches on themes as various as hope, sexuality and social class. Conscious that the parables are as relevant today as ever, Ilori wishes to share his work with people throughout the world.

You can buy some of his amazing work online. Go on. Treat your home to a unique piece of furniture today!

Contact hello@yinkailori.com for further information.


Listen/ Watch – The Search Party by George The Poet.

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George the Poet is a London-born spoken word performer of Ugandan heritage. His innovative brand of musical poetry has won him critical acclaim both as a recording artist and a social commentator. The social commentary at the core of George’s work extends beyond his music. The poet pioneers an unconventional approach to Communications throughout the public, private and charitable sectors.

Listen to his poem entitled THE SEARCH PARTY and be inspired to make a positive impact on your local community.


 

 

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