Lianne La Havas Live

I have a fondness for occasionally doing things on my own. That sounds really vague right? I’ll elaborate… I [sometimes] like going to the cinema, out to eat, having tea, going to book shops and libraries, attending poetry and live music events and once [so far], travelling on my own. Now this isn’t because I’m… Continue reading Lianne La Havas Live

Events, Poetry

#Afterhours with Inua Ellams

Last night I went to #Afterhours An Evening with Inua Ellams. It was dope. Now I don’t use the aforementioned colloquialism lightly, it genuinely was a wonderful and motivating closing event for the project he has been working on for the past year. #Afterhours was a free affair held at The Poetry Library in The… Continue reading #Afterhours with Inua Ellams

Events, Poetry, style

Pool Party Pandemonium

Just over a week ago (week ago…) my brother and his friends flew in to have a pool party at my parents’ house. And yes, it certainly was as indulgent as it sounds. Between himself and his friends, they flew in from 6 or 7 different countries if I’m not mistaken? Just for this party… Continue reading Pool Party Pandemonium

Events, Poetry, style

Trunkwell Mansion House, Reading

[Side Note: Picture heavy post] In my previous post, (click here if you missed it), I shared a high school friend’s traditional Nigerian wedding with you all. This post is about her white wedding held at Trunkwell Mansion House in Reading as the title of this post suggests. Having been to well over 20 weddings… Continue reading Trunkwell Mansion House, Reading

Events, Life Lessons, Poetry

Question: Corporate Afrika

Tonight I performed some spoken word at a networking event organised by Corporate Afrika. Their theme for the event was creativity, hence me being booked to perform - just to break up the night a little. I only had a short amount of time in which to share so I chose one of my favourite… Continue reading Question: Corporate Afrika