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.


See – Counting Stars 

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Delving into the underworld of a London nightclub, Counting Stars examines the degrading working conditions of some of Britain’s most exploited people through the prism of the doomed love story of toilet attendants Abiodun and Sophie, who exist on tips alone. Counting Stars is a heart-felt and funny portrait of immigrant life.

Doors will open at 715pm for music and a bar on stage to soak up the atmosphere before the show. The experience will start then. Ghai directs Estella Daniels as Sophie and Lanre Malaolu as Abiodun. The production opens on 1 September with previews from 26 August and runs until 17 September.

Counting Stars 
Theatre Royal Startford East
Gerry Raffles Square
London
E15 1BN
Time –  7:15pm
Tickets: £12
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Make – 13 African Recipes by CookingLight

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Explore the best of African cuisine with authentic recipes for classic stews, curries, flatbreads, and more. You don’t have to make them all today. You can start with one. Any would make a great evening meal. Quick! pop to the shops, get your ingredients and get cooking!

13 African Recipes by CookingLight


Listen – Jesse Williams speech from BET 2016

Jesse-Williams-BET-Speech-VideoBetween all the performances, the BET Awards also found time to fit in one of the most remarkable acceptance speeches. Actor and activist Jesse Williams was this year’s recipient of the BET Humanitarian Award, joining the ranks of past honorees including Myrlie Evers-Williams, Harry Belafonte, and Muhammad Ali.

Williams, who plays Dr. Jackson Avery on Grey’s Anatomy, rose to national prominence after traveling to Ferguson, Missouri, to participate in protests after the shooting of Michael Brown. Williams is also an executive producer of documentary art installation/website Question Bridge: Black Males.

Jesse Williams #DeEscalateDon’tKill


 

 

 

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