Performance Space

Close the App, Make the Ting by Elijah


Close The App Make The TIng is an exploration of the ideas of Elijah, a London-based writer, DJ, artist manager, and co-founder of the iconic record label Butterz, which he regularly shares in his project the 'Yellow Squares' on Instagram. In this lecture, Elijah will cover creating art within your means, using social media as […]

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Luckiest Girl Alive


The Luckiest Girl Alive is a piece of puppet theatre based on the extraordinary real-life story of Hoda Ali, the human rights activist and campaigner against FGM (Female Genital Mutilation). The story follows Hoda through her loving childhood in Somalia before the outbreak of the Civil War, followed by her epic journey across the globe to […]

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Premiere: Gugulethu


A new short film by Baobab Pictures and Brownstone Studios. One fateful night Musa is ready to end his life on a bridge but is saved by the loving words of a stranger, Nandi. This unconventional encounter opens up the door to a new relationship. The production of this film has been supported by New […]

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The Bigger Picture with Bounce Cinema


Join Mathieu Ajan, the founder of Bounce Cinema, for an exclusive workshop delving into the world of filmmaking beyond production. Explore the intricacies of the industry, from securing funding to collaborating with clients to growing and establishing yourself as a film professional. This intimate workshop offers a valuable platform to ask questions, learn from an […]

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Crate Chronicles: The Art of Storytelling Through Reggae by Jayson Wynters


Join us for this special listening event with Jayson Wynters where we explore the art of storytelling through reggae music! Experience the rich storytelling of Reggae music through its lyrics with curator, DJ, and producer Jayson Wynters in this immersive listening event. Jayson will guide you through a thoughtfully curated playlist of Reggae records, ranging […]

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Lakwena Maciver in Conversation


Vibrant colour and bold text combine in Lakwena Maciver’s joyful and gently subversive work. Her paintings, murals and installations often reference everyday shared experiences and popular culture, such as songs, fashion and basketball. Bringing messages of hopeful possibility, Lakwena speaks to points of connection and commonality between people, with a utopian vision that dreams of […]

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Sekuru neVazukuru presented by Made in ZWE


MADE IN ZWE presents this immersive event masterfully led by Sekuru, a renowned mbira artist, cultural educator and custodian of Zimbabwean musical heritage, who, along with his ensemble, will guide audiences on an auditory journey of mbira melodies. Munashe Chirisa, an adept storyteller, will weave narratives that illuminate the significance of oral traditions, connecting listeners […]

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