EVENTS

A Kinder Justice

Featuring Brother Portrait and Belinda Zhawi

Part of How To Be Kind season

Bougie Lanre's Boulangerie

Presented by Kareem Parkins-Brown

A poetic performance by Kareem Parkins-Brown on the nuances of the hospitality industry

Part of How To Be Kind season

Radical Kindness Of Forgiveness

With Cecilia Knapp and The Forgiveness Project

A two-part workshop on writing to forgive with Cecilia Knapp and The Forgiveness Project

Part of How To Be Kind season

Tough Loving Care

Presented by The Literary Consultancy

A literary advice column from TLC.

Part of How To Be Kind season

Life isn't a quiet river

Presented by Zehra Doğan

Video art by exiled journalist and artist Zehra Doğan.

Part of How To Be Kind season

The Story of Daphne Caruana Galizia

Presented by Reporters Without Borders

Celebrating the release of Fearless, the illustrated story of Daphne Caruana Galizia. 

Part of How To Be Kind season

Todmorden: A Circle Of Kindness Grows

Emily Oldfield and Charlie Fischer in partnership with Incredible Edible Todmorden

Part of How To Be Kind season

Fighting For A Green New Deal

Presented by Green New Deal UK

Green New Deal UK explore how we can tackle climate breakdown and foster a fairer society

Part of How To Be Kind season

Losing Touch

Curated by Bayan Goudarzpour

A night of poetry reintroducing ourselves to the concept of touch

Part of How To Be Kind season

Vittles x Free Word: Feeding Our Elders

Presented by Brian Yazzie and Adrienne Katz Kennedy

Part of How To Be Kind season

Writing in Kind

Presented by Arvon

A conversation between Jane Commane and Shahroo Izadi on the role of kindness as a writer.

Part of How To Be Kind season

Kindness vs. the Home Office

Presented by Hamja Ahsan and Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan

Part of How To Be Kind season

Voices Of The Motherland

Presented by Zakia Sewell and Amey St Cyr

Zakia Sewell and Amey St Cyr. explore ancestral trauma in this new theatre performance

Part of How To Be Kind season

The Year That Was

Presented by Bethan Hoare

An animated presentation of verbatim accounts from frontline workers reflecting on 2020

Part of How To Be Kind season

PAST EVENTS

Vittles x Free Word

Featuring Mia Rafalowicz-Campbell and Abdul Boudiaf

Mia Rafalowicz-Campbell + Abdul Boudiaf examine the generosity of Finsbury Park

Part of How To Be Kind season

Can The Economy Ever Be Kind?

Presented by The Black Economists Network

Part of How To Be Kind season

DESIGNERS

Charlie Fischer

Illustrator

Charlie is an illustrator and image maker with a love for social observation. His work involves busy crowd scenes that are packed with fun and playful ideas that encourage audiences to uncover multiple stories within one image. Since he was a teenager, he has been employed in numerous jobs which have involved experiencing people from all sorts of backgrounds; examining the differences has allowed him to make humorous observations in his work. With everyday experiences and humour being his inspiration, his illustrations turn the mundane into the fantastical. www.charliefischer.co.uk

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