On this page you will find all the latest creative arts events in and around the country so please feel free to browse, get your mindset right for flight and participate if the mood takes you
November 21, 2018 6pm-8pm
REWRITE Black Women
& Women of Colour Writers
This is a new writers' meetup based in London and run by Christina Fonthes. The first creative writing taster session will be exploring a range of creative writing genres and techniques through exercises and texts.
REWRITE is for Black women and women of colour who are interested in creative writing. They host meetups, masterclasses and writing courses. There are also online courses available as well as special guest authors, publishers and literary agents.
For the taster session you will have an opportunity to ask questions, interact with other members and share your work if you are feeling brave.
Price £5 per person
Kobi Nazrul Centre Hall. 30 Hanbury St. E1 6QR. London
For further info visit:
November 24, 2018 11am-1pm
REWRITE Black Women & Women of Colour Writers
Angelou Monthly Writing Workshop
Named after the phenomenal Maya Angelou. REWRITE Black Women's monthly workshops will give those attending a burst of creativity and renew a passion for writing.
Each session focuses on a set them, and as well as writing, you will discover (and re-discover) works by black women and women of colour writers. ANGELOU is ideal for beginners as no writing produced is shared.
The focus is on generating new material, tapping into your creativity, and building your writing confidence.
Price: £15 per workshop, including a hot drink and light pastry.
Advisable to bring notebook and pen. (No digital devices). Arrival time is 11 am for 11.15 start . Workshop runs until 1 pm. Booking via meetup or
The theme for this month is FIRE
Place:Waterstones Tottenham Court Road. 19-21 Tottenham Court Road. London
January 14, 2017 6.30 pm-9.30pm
Poetic Unity and Black Cultural Archives presents The Poets Corner
An intimate spot to enjoy poetry and spoken word performed by some of the UK's best up and coming poets.
Poetic Unity is a registered charity which serves to teach young people alternative ways of learning through poetry and provides safe and friendly environments for young people to perform and unite with their peers.
If you would like to be considered to perform email: or sign up for open mic at 6.30pm (limited spots available). To find out more about Poetic Unity visit and follow Poetic Unity on Facebook and @poetic_unity on Twitter.
Tickets: £5 per person./ This is a weekly event that takes place on a Wednesday
Place: Black Cultural Archives. Windrush Square. Brixton. SW2 1EF
January 19th, 2019 5pm-7pm
Ausar Auset Society International
Taui Network Europe
A new six week semester of self knowledge classes starting on 19.1.19
an introduction to
Join our introduction to Kundalini Yoga, based on the ground-breaking revelations on the science uncovered by Ra Un Nefer Amen in his latest book Light on Kundalini Yoga.
This class will focus on the development of the Hrit Chakra, the seat of the divine self in the outer world, and the "purification of the five psychic chakras" , which will optimise your ability to concentrate.
The benefits include improved self-discipline, entrepreneurial focus and hence worldly success, laying the foundation for effective meditations, razor sharp focus for assimilating information and overall performance in life.
This class includes group meditations and practice. Expect to achieve results immediately as opposed to decades of intense work. Wear loose clothing and barefoot/soft shoes.
HAZEL ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE
Hazel Road. Kensal Green, NW10 5PP £10 Entry
Tel: 07855 941591/ 07951 252427
Shop on the day: Living Hetep health products, Taui religious bookstore, Sheps Enterprise and Tchefa snack stall.
Founded 45 years ago by the Shekhem Ur Shekhem Ra Un Nefer Amen I, the Ausar Auset Society is an international Pan African Spiritual organization committed to the upliftment of traditional African culture and values, providing Afro centric based spiritual training to the descendants of Africans in the diaspora.
Taui Network Europe
January 3, 2019 2pm-5pm
London Poetry Meetup
This is an informal event for poets to meet each other, share their poetry, and discuss all things poetry related. We are a relaxed, welcoming, and open group which loves all sorts of poetry.
Join us at Impact Brixton on Windrush Day for an inspiring showcase of black businesses.
In celebration of Windrush Day, we are opening our doors for another inspiring showcase of black businesses. This weekend long event is all about representing entrepreneurs from across the Caribbean diaspora, so expect high quality products including food, clothing, stationary, books, jewellery, hair and beauty. You won't leave empty handed!
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY - If you would like to trade at the market, please use the 'CONTACT' the organiser button BELOW for enquiries. You must include a link to your website/products on application. Please apply if you are of Caribbean decent and/or have a product business that celebrates Caribbean/Windrush culture. Please note not all applications will be successful. Please DO NOT call the venue - no telephone enquiries will be accepted.
Impact Brixton provides inspiring co-working spaces for dreamers, changemakers, creators, freelancers and entrepreneurs. We are an innovative shared workspace, supporting our members and local community with peer-to-peer learning, a wide-range of events and meaningful conversation.
Based in the heart of Brixton, our members have cultivated a community of people who want to be part of creating a better Lambeth and beyond.
We have a range of flexible membership packages to suit start ups through to more established businesses. So if you are looking for a creative co-working space, hot desking, a dedicated fixed desk or space to host an event we'd love to hear from you.