Female talented saluted
FEMALE talent is to be celebrated for International Women s Week and Women s History Month in Tower Hamlets through writing, comics, artists, actors, journalists and musicians. This year wisewords programme can be enjoyed in eight different East End venu
FEMALE talent is to be celebrated for International Women's Week and Women's History Month in Tower Hamlets through writing, comics, artists, actors, journalists and musicians.
This year wisewords programme can be enjoyed in eight different East End venues.
An open mic night on March 4 at The Vibe Bar, 91 Brick Lane from 7.30pm (�3 on door); Amnesty International's free discussion at 7pm the following evening at 17-25 New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, with award-winning foreign correspondents including Marie Colvin and Christine Toomey (Sunday Times), Ramita Navai (C4 Unreported World; Comedy Night on March 6 at The Women's Library, Old Castle Street, from 7.30pm. �10/�8 concs Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org; a book launch featuring Melanie McGrath on March 7 at Eastside Books, 166 Brick Lane; Free
You may also want to watch:
presentation of Arab and Jewish poetry by Exiled Writers Ink on the 12th at Idea Store, 321 Whitechapel Road E1 at 6.30pm.
and a play based on a book 'Sultana's Dream' written by rights campaigner Rokeya Sakhawat Hossein at the Brady Arts Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street on March 14. It is free.
- 1 Work to begin on river bus pier at Barking Riverside
- 2 Teenage pedestrian in hospital after Dagenham crash
- 3 Ricardo Fuller death: Third man charged with murder
- 4 Man, 19, stabbed in thigh in Dagenham
- 5 Work begins on £1.8m arts centre transformation in Barking
- 6 East London travel disruption round-up for the week ahead
- 7 Man praises community spirit after flood water threatens homes in Dagenham
- 8 Man charged with murder after fatal Dagenham assault
- 9 Murder investigation in Dagenham after man dies in street
- 10 Clean up continues after flooding across Barking and Dagenham
Further information on the whole wisewords programme on (020) 7375 0441 email email@example.com website www.alternativearts.co.uk