Saturday, 27 October 2012

From Carnegie Hall & the Edinburgh Fringe to Crossroads!


Tayo Aluko
In words & songs, award-winning writer, actor and baritone Tayo Aluko performs From Black Africa to the White House, exploring African history and resistance from before slavery to the symbolic election triumph of Barack Obama.  Best Male Performer, Brighton Festival Fringe. First Rate’ The Guardian

Naomi Paul
With original songs, Jewish stories & a lemon, Naomi Paul presents a distinctive take on our times in Reshape While Damp. At times poignant, always funny. ‘The comic timing here is sublime.'
Paulette Vassell on piano

A Fundraiser for Crossroads Women and a Black History Month Event
At Crossroads Women’s Centre, 25 Wolsey Mews
London NW5 2DX (off Caversham Road) Kentish Town
Tickets: £10 (waged, more if you can) £5 (concession) 
Drinks & Refreshments 
Tel: 020 7482 2496 (voice calls/minicom)