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Arts Exhibitions Events * Africa Writes


This week’s round-up of most do events from Oracle Africa Writes In association with the Royal African Society The British Library | 01 – 03 July Africa Writes is a celebration of contemporary African literature from across the continent and the Diaspora. It is the fifth year of the Africa Writes Festival. Every year they showcase…

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Arts Exhibitions Events * Queens of Syria


Oracle’s round-up of Arts, Exhibitions and Events. Black Joy BFI | 27 June 2016 @ 2pm Black Joy is an adaptation of Jamal Ali’s play. Set in Brixton, this comedy is about an immigrant country boy who arrives in London with hopes for an easier life. It doesn’t work out that way! The soundtrack includes soul…

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Arts Exhibitions Events *Fact & Trouble


Round-up of ‘must do’ Arts, Exhibitions and Events from Oracle Martine Syms: Fact & Trouble ICA | To 19 June 2016 Fact & Trouble is an exhibition by American artist Martine Syms that examines the space between lived experience and its representation. Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston has inspired one area of the exhibition….

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Arts Exhibitions Events *Peepal Tree Salon


Round-up of ‘must do’ Arts, Exhibitions and Events from Oracle Dinner Theatre: Knife Edge Pond | Until 12 June 2016 A girl with no name, hungry for life, fights to tell her story. Immerse yourself in a darkly comic world, and join her on a journey of discovery, culminating in a culinary coming-together of cast…

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Arts Exhibitions Events – Music @ Comedy Cafe


Round-up of ‘must do’ Arts, Exhibitions and Events from Oracle Music @ Comedy Café The Comedy Café | 16 June 2016 Support the best of British. Eat Drink and be entertained with music, comedy and poetry by the some of the best UK acts around. Live performances Doors 7pm Showtime 8pm Comedy Café 66-68 Rivington St…

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