BLAM!! Empress Imani (volume 1 contributor) captivates, blessing Bristol Old Vic with style, content and pure soul, embracing her "chance to shine - the love and respect was appreciated. Such experiences help performers grow significantly - spread our wings and hopefully fly," she reported, and did she fly - in no hurry to return Up-North, all round a superb, vibrant and relevant spoken work poet. Joel Douglas also appeared and never fails to deliver, even on off days he connects as his conviction cuts through. All acts and local celebs who appeared helped to create an intimate and ambient atmosphere. "The best night with multi-talented performers I've been to in a while, who I'd like to see again." Jayne Saul-Patterson - UWE. Humongous shout to UJIMA CIC for inviting our involvement, and for a smashing new concept for this generation. And thanks to Bristol Old Vic. If you missed it, look out for the Ujima Radio reload (TBA soon).
Plus 16.06.18 UWC associates spread the love at Bristol's REFUGEE FESTIVAL, including (reppin' the youth with wonderful words) SINAIRIE, KALILA, then DEASY BAMFORD (with an impromptu reading) and GUIRE (the songful soul) took us on a poetic journeys of faith in humanity. What can we say, you have to see them live to get the whole picture. Thanks to United Communities for recognising the contribution we can make. With another fresh line up catch us, then HARBOURSIDE Festival 2018.. then at REDFEST (Saturday 4th Aug)..