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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Network – SheHive London
SheHiveLondon is a networking and learning event by She Leads Africa, for women looking to live their purpose.
You’ll get 4 tangible benefits from SheHiveLondon
1. Learn new business skills
2. Network with your peers
3. Connect directly with potential mentors
4. Do all of the above in an informal setting surrounded by #AfricanGirlMagic
Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 2:00 PM – Sunday, August 21, 2016
Facebook Offices – 338 Euston Road for Thursday & Friday
10 Brock Street for Saturday & Sunday, London
Price: £0 – £257.23
Read – The Literary Hub
Book lovers at The Literary Hub have come up with 25 Books by African Writers you should read. If you’re looking for something to read, and you want it to have the word “African” attached to it, here are top 25 suggestions. All dates are for U.S. publications.
Chain bookstores won’t carry most of these, so you might have to do something as laborious and difficult as click a link–or ask your local bookstore to place a special order–but the one thing you can’t do, any longer, is complain you have nothing to read. You have your orders; go forth and read.
Watch – Heartbreak & Grime
London based poet Caleb Femi has a new documentary out called Heartbreak & Grime – exploring Grime music’s influence on teenage romantic relationships in the 2000s. One commentator noted that the documentary should be an academic source. Click below to watch:
EXTRA EXTRA – WOA give you an extra treat of an event. Look how we spoil you!
Drama – Sankara
You are all invited to be a witness to the life of this unforgettable hero who sacrificed himself to bring a radical change in African people’s mentality and denounce the powers that still enslave the world today. His speeches will inspire and move you to action.
The 75-minute play will be performed at the Cockpit Theatre Auditorium in a limited run.
Warning: mild to strong violence
Thursday the 18th of August at 9.00pm
Friday the 19th of August at 9.00pm
Running time: approx. 80 minutes, no interval
London NW8 8EH
Box Office: 020 7258 2925
Tickets: £10/ Concessions £8