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.

Drama – Pale Imitations 

paleimiAMLD Theatre Company presents this bold piece of new writing by talented young playwright Keshia Watson. Pale Imitations is a poetic new play about jazz and love. Featuring contemporary African Art, original compositions and an exciting young cast. With music performed by Daniel Deej-John (Drums), Laur (Saxophone) and Cole Toury (Piano) and composed by up-and-coming singer/songwriter Nazarene.

Pale Imitations
Tuesday 13 September 2016 8pm – 9pm
2 Shepperton Road
N1 3DT
Tickets: £12/ £10

Explore/ Buy – Rachel & Malika’s 
rachel_and_malikasA homewares shop with an eclectic mix of unusual home furnishings , textiles, jewellery & gifts from around the world, sourced solely by ourselves . Fairly traded and recycled.

Rachel & Malika’s
34 Granville Arcade

Opening Times:
Tues – Fri: 11am-6pm
Sat: 11am – 7pm
Sun: 11am – 5pm
Mon: Closed

Watch – Amma Asante and David Oyelowo on ‘A United Kingdom’
a-united-kingdomA United Kingdom follows the true story of a controversial interracial marriage between a Botswana Prince and an ordinary British woman. In the lead up to the film’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, actor David Oyelowo and director Amma Asante join guest host Candy Palmater to discuss the subversive framing of the film, and the disruptive power of love.

A United Kingdom had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday 9 September. It will open the London Film Festival on Wednesday 5 October and will be released in UK cinemas on Friday 25 November.

q is a magazine show that’s unpredictable in the best sense – proud to be “a wild mix of culture by way of Canada” as described by the New York Times.

A United Kingdom – the disruptive power of love.


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