JIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL IS A SOUTHERN AFRICAN ORIENTED MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
We showcase the very best talented musicians from the Southern African region but also incooparating other musician's from around the world. This year we are Hosting, one of the greatest Female musicians from the Motherland Zimbabwe BUSI NCUBE alongside TREVOR DONGO, TAMY MOYO, GARRY MAPANZURE and TDK MACASSETTE from DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA.
KAZZ, CHARLIE KAY, NOMMIE, HARDWEST and TEHILLAH who are based here in the UK.
This event is a three Day Event that will start in Leeds on the 28th of June followed by a Leicester show then finally in London. Bringing you the real True Festival Feel from one CITY to the next CITY.
IN LEEDS WE ARE HOSTING A NIGHT CONCERT
IN LEICESTER WE ARE HOSTING A NIGHT CONCERT
IN LONDON ITS A INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FAMILY EVENT
WE STRONGLY ADVISE ALL PATRONS TO BUY THEIR TICKETS IN ADDVANCE
TICKETS HOT LINES : 07540084626 OR 07480395465
London Property Networking
London Property Network is a no sales or presentation based event where friendships are formed, ideas are shared and connections are created.
We know what it's like to go to events and not really make any connections because most of the time you're listening to pitches or presentations. Our goal was simple. To take-away the hassle and get networking. where the real questions are asked and to be honest just bring people together for a good time.
Sponsored by Everest Construction & Hosted by Natwest we bring to you our monthly networking event on the last Thursday of the month. The founder Ansar Ali wanted to use his 16 years of experience to give people a platform they can enjoy but continue to learn from. Together we can build a community run by you and for you.
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We invite you take part in our annual Pride in London celebrations!
It's our opportunity to come together across the social housing sector to openly show our support for our LGBT+ colleagues and residents.
The event is for everyone and it's to reaffirm the importance of inclusivity, celebrate our differences and promote acceptance in our community.
It will be a fabulous day full of bubbles, face painting, music, dancing and fun! We have HouseProud Pride T-Shirts to collect on the day, as a thank you for your support of the LGBT+ community.
There are four ways you can take part:
Pre:Parade Picnic Brunch in Regents park - 12noon to 3pm
Watch the Parade - 3pm to 5pm
Walk in the Parade - (places permitting - these are first come, first serve on the day - Pride in London no longer allows the buses we have had in previous years)
Post Pride Celebrations on the South Bank - 5pm to 8pm
A full participants guide will be sent ten days before the event, in the meantime you can check out the official Pride in London website here: https://prideinlondon.org/
Thanks to Deeper Into Movies, we're returning to the suave screening room of The Curtain in Shoreditch, where we'll be hosted by our friends at Minute “The cinema in your pocket”.
Sunday Shorts is an international monthly short film festival and screenwriting competition, providing a platform for independent filmmakers to share and discuss their latest work.
Unlike other festivals, we emphasise the importance of providing an insight into the filmmaking process, and strive to present a filmmaker Q&A after every film.
Join us and meet likeminded creatives, have your questions answered, and vote for your favourite film at the end.Doors at 6:30pm. Grab a drink and a free program from our private bar, and join the organisers and filmmakers for a pre-screening chat.Screenings start promptly at 7:00pm, with a mid-way interval.
Event booked by Deeper Into Movies - devoted to finding & presenting interesting and unusual films. www.deeperintomovies.com
Kofi & Lartey
Documentary / Dir. Sasha Rainbow / UK / 20 mins
Hey YouThriller / Dir. Jared Watmuff / UK / 4 mins
The CabinetComedy / Dir. Thomas Nelstrop / UK / 3 mins
Oh Dear.Animation / Dir. Daniel Spencer / UK / 5 mins
Q P DelusionAnimation / Dir. Ansso An / UK / 4 mins
Up the Mountain
Documentary / Dir. Donal Moloney / Ireland / 13 mins
Drama / Dir. Freddie Carter / UK / 9 mins
The Sound of Japanese Culture
Experimental / Dir. James Chamberlain / UK / 2 mins
Comedy / Dir. Dominic Hicks / UK / 8 mins
Animation / Dir. Kate Renshaw-Lewis / USA / 4 mins
You're Not Alone Anymore
Music Video / Dir. Giovanni Bolzani Valenzano / UK / 5 mins
Comedy / Dir. Core Of Monkos / UK / 7 mins
GUEST SPEAKER - GEORGIA VARJAS
Georgia Varjas is a passionate, multi-skilled artist with a unique ability to write provocative prosewith warmth and humour in a way that stimulates reflection and change. Erudite, edgy and elegant,
Georgia’s latest book ‘The Rule Breakers Guide To Step Up & Stand Out is a timely call to action that is forward thinking and rooted in empowering feminine energy, delivered through a combination of razor sharp observations, inspirational ideas and personal anecdotes.
With a lifelong passion for music and words, Georgia made the stage her professional home as a saxophonist, playwright, performance poet and speaker, touring Europe with bands and winning Poetry Slam Contests in both the UK and US.
Georgia’s love of language and feisty, charismatic personality are the perfect catalysts for her writing which unapologetically illuminates current affairs and injustice in a way that arouses a
desire to step up, stand out and create transformation.
INFLUENCE THROUGH CONNECTION
Meet and Mingle with like-minded women, all with a shared vision of making a difference, inspiring others and creating change in the world.
Heels, founded by the inspirational speaker and coach Brenda Dempsey, the author of the book "Voices of Courage", a collection of stories of Strength, Courage, and Transformation from women around the globe, who are on a mission to make a difference. They all had voices that needed to be heard. Brenda is also the founder of The VOW - Voices of Women, as well as the social enterprise, Helping Handbags Worldwide supporting homeless and vulnerable women with period poverty.
HEELS creates an opportunity for women, who want to make a difference, to meet with others on the same mission and make things happen through new connections and shared visions.
Its innovative ideas include simply listening, sharing and doing to spark connection, change and commitment to each woman’s voice for greater leadership and business growth.
It’s laissez-faire atmosphere makes it fun and easy to relax , refresh and rejuvenate your va va voom.
The evening starts at 5.30 with an hour of Ginspiration and networking.
Brenda Dempsey opens the event by reading The VOW
"I vow that my voice shall be heard
I vow – to share the insights and knowledge that life’s journey has given me
I vow to use my gifts to help and inspire others
I vow to encourage others to share their voices
And together create a new movement of empowerment around the world
This I vow."
The event will also feature "Talking the Walk TM" (Open Mic) - an opportunity for members to share a story, a need or an opportunity with the group. Let your Voice be heard!
Each event will have an inspirational guest speaker and time for questions.
SOLE THRIVER - JOANNE LEE PHILPOT
Leave feeling uplifted,relaxed and inspired with Joanna Lee Philpot as you experience a taste of her Open Heart Meditation.
The event formally finishes at 8.30 to give plenty of time to travel home, but networking at the bar will continue till 9.30.
AuthorCraft, the professional network for authors is pleased to host the networking event HEELS, the new networking group for Women in Business, in London
Date And Time
Wed, 3 July 2019
17:30 – 21:00 GMT
Institute of Directors
116 Pall Mall
Organiser AuthorCraft - The Professional Network For Authors
Organiser of The Heels Network Event - for London's top business women
What is AuthorCraft?
AuthorCraft is the professional network for authors, where authors at all stages of their journey, share their knowledge and experience to help others achieve success with their writing.
Our objective is to help you to know enough about every stage of the creative, editorial, origination, production, marketing and distribution processes so that you can make informed decisions about your business model and routes to market.
You have access to the knowledge and experience of our AuthorCraft experts at events, online and through our open-learning training programmes.
Drumming Session, 11th July 2019
Dementia Pathfinders is pleased to invite colleagues and supporters to our annual presentation event, which will take place on Thursday, 11th July 2019 at St Luke’s Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ.
We will be hosting two playreadings of 'Hello my name is...' in the morning with Brian Daniels.
The afternoon's programme will feature presentation of Margaret Butterworth Awards and John Gregory Williamson Memorial Award from 2.00pm until 3.30pm and a drumming session with Ray Watters from 'Drum With Us' from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
The drum is one of the most accessible instruments known to man. It dates back many centuries and connects across many cultures has an instrument of communication, unity, personal expression and music making. The basic skills needed are small and yet the power it has personally and as a community is immeasurable. We are all connected by rhythm every single one of us. The basis of our being our heart beat is a rhythm, we walk, talk, converse, learn and even our brain synapsis fire in rhythm. In this short experiential session we will get the opportunity to join together, share our rhythm with each other, celebrate who we are and most importantly have some fun. There are no wrong notes, no previous musical experience is needed or required just bring your curiosity and a sense of fun.
About the workshop tutor, Ray Watters:
Ray is a counsellor, drummer, VMC certified drum circle facilitator and the founder of Drum With Us. He is also a Rhythm 2 Recovery trainer and practitioner running workshops and training events in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Australia. He works with schools, various disability groups and mental health organisations on a regular basis and is also experienced at leading special needs, hospice, bereavement and counsellor groups. He uses his counselling skills to work with various audiences to aid exploration through rhythm. Ray is passionate about using the drum as a tool to not only teach, but to explore ourselves, the environment we are in, to bring relief and fun to any situation.He also brings his skills to the classroom, the drum circle, counselling and corporate environments for group and personal growth.
There will also be an opportunity for networking thoughout the day.
About the Play:
#hellomynameis... is an internationally recognised campaign encouraging person-centred, compassionate care through meaningful communication - both verbal and non-verbal. The campaign was initiated by the late Dr Kate Granger and her husband, Chris Pointon.
Kate was cared for by St Gemma’s Hospice Leeds during the latter stages of her illness until her death on 23 July 2016. To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the founding of St Gemma’s Hospice, the award-winning playwright, Brian Daniels, was commissioned to write a play about Kate and Chris’s journey, before, during and after Kate’s cancer diagnosis. Dr Kate Granger was an outstanding geriatrician. She became a consultant in her early 30s and her future looked bright. She and her husband, Chris, were planning their future life when she was diagnosed with a rare and virulent cancer. Overnight she became a patient and observed life from a hospital bed. During numerous encounters with a wide range of medical and healthcare professionals Kate felt she was losing a sense of her personal identity. Then a porter named Brian arrived to take her to the operating theatre. He introduced himself saying, ‘Hello, my name is Brian and I’m going to take care of you’. Those words restored Kate’s feeling of self-worth and, knowing she was in palliative care, resolved to “make a difference”. She started a campaign for those engaged in health and social care to introduce themselves with ‘Hello, my name is...’ and a smile. The campaign was born and has now achieved worldwide recognition. The play tells the story of personal heartbreak, resolve and determination to make the world of healthcare a better place. You will laugh, you will cry but most importantly you will never forget that it’s the little things that make a difference.
If you would also like to attend the playreading please click on the link below to book:
If you would also like to attend the awards presentation event from 2.00pm until 3.15pm please click on the link below to book:
Circle Dance and Making Music Worskhop, 11th July 2019
We will be holding our annual presentation event on Thursday, 11th July 2019 at St Luke’s Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ. This is an open event, it's free to attend, all our friends and supporters are invited.
In the morning we will be running three workshops including Circle Dance and Making Music for People with Dementia from 10.40am (with registration and refreshments from 10.15am) until 11.40am.
Come and join the workshop to experience elements of circle dance and participatory music-making for people with dementia with Liv McLennan, a Dementia Pathfinders Associate and Co-Director of Music for Wellbeing CIC. She will offer practical ideas and signpost to further resources to support you to be able to use circle dance and music in your work.
No previous dance or music experience is necessary.
About the workshop tutor, Liv McLennan:
Liv is a community musician and creative practitioner who believes in the power of music and creative arts for change. She has had a passion for working for people with dementia since her teens, when her grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s-type dementia. After a music degree and time as an Army musician, Liv worked for various charities, including Alzheimer’s Society, developing projects mainly based around peer support and groupwork.
She works with community choirs & singing groups, people with dementia, people with Parkinson’s, and children aged 0-5 and their families. Liv has worked with various organisations, including Westminster Arts, Age Exchange and, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and Alzheimer’s Society delivering music, movement, reminiscence and cross-arts projects. She is also a trainer in these areas and has run training sessions for community musicians and care workers in how to incorporate these techniques into their work.
Liv plays the cello, Highland Bagpipes and saxophone, and dabbles in ukulele. In her spare time she enjoys Circle Dancing and is also on the board of trustees for Sound Sense, the Professional Association for Community Musicians. She is delighted to have recently moved back to Salisbury, after a very long time in London.
The afternoon's programme will feature presentation of two awards:
Margaret Butterworth Awards 2019 recognising excellence in dementia care for care workers, health care assistants and activity organisers
John Gregory Williamson Memorial Award 2019 recognising and rewarding one creative project, that is demonstrably improving the lives of people living with dementia and their families.
and a drumming session.
If you would also like to attend the awards presentation event from 2.00pm until 3.15pm please click on the link below to book:
If you would like to attend the drumming session from 3.30pm to 4.30pm please click on the link below to book:
START 2019 RIGHT!!
This is a great event for Christian singles! Go ahead and book you never know who you might meet!!
BeLifted is London's first and only Gospel workout. Most gyms focus on the external and looking good. BeLifted is all about a MIND and BODY workout. We want people to have an internal transformation as well as an external one. We want people to leave renewed and changed by the motivational, powerful and inspirational Gospel music that can change lives. Come along, EVERYONE is WELCOME. Be filled, BeLifted and let the vibrant music change you from the inside out.
Workouts we do are:
Muscle strength and endurance
CANADA DAY PARTY SCHEDULE
So here's the rundown of our Canada Day Party for the whole family. At 3 pm we've added a matinee show with Canadian Violin Duo Momento featuring Jon Chan & Jan Bislin.
We'll have Charley Blue on hand painting Maple Leafs & Flags, then belting out some Shania Twain & Joni Mitchell as she picks up her violin and joins Canadian Singer Songwriter #Hudsy on our stage - its going to be a blast
10:00-3:00pm The Great Canadian Brunch
Pancakes & Maple Syrup with or without Smokey bacon, Tim Horton's Coffee
3pm Momento Matinee Performance - LIVE MUSIC AND DJ ALL DAY/EVE
The incredibly talented Canadian Violin Duo of Jon Chan & Jan Bislin will be doing an exclusive performance just for Canada Day! Followe by our all Canadian playlist and then Charley Blue & Hudsy
12:00-10:00pm Lunch & DinnerPoutine & Perogies served as well as a burgers and a full menu.Canadian Beverages & Treats
Craft Beers: Collective arts - Saints of circumstances (pale ale .) Stranger then fiction (porter) Life in the clouds (ipa ) Sleeman brewery Honey brown Railside Silver creek lagerCaesars Cocktails, Screech Rum, Crown Royal, A &W Root Beer & Tim Horton's Original Coffee plus we'll also have Nanaimo Bars & butter TartsIt's a full day of fun for everyone!Canadians in London have been hosting Canadian events for nearly 10 years. If you've attended any of them you'll know we're famous for safe, friendly and well organised events in fantastic locations all over London.This year we're taking over the White Mustache in Camden, owned and operated by the folks who have helped us put together Canada150 Trafalgar Sq and the Little Canada Markets. It's a great team who love Canadians!
Here are some videos of our past events check them out!https://bit.ly/2kChUrB