Talk Wordy To Me
Working in collaboration with theatre producer Lydia Scott (The Old Vic Theatre, Mark Rubenstein), we co-curated and hosted a series of conversations at the Albatross Cafe in Bristol. They aim to reclaim and celebrate the power in all the things that we are told we shouldn’t think or feel. An opportunity to discuss, explore and interrogate the damage done when society’s voice is the one that we start hearing in our head. And we’re doing it all with a drink in our hands!
Series 1: How to be a Failure, How to be Lonely, How to be Angry and How to be Selfish
Jan 2019 – Apr 2019
Series 2: How to be Weird, How to be Lost, How to be Lazy and How to be Sad
Oct 12019 – Feb 2020
Find out more by visiting Talk Wordy To Me on Facebook or listen to our podcast that we’ve created to sit alongside the event series on iTunes and Spotify or Soundcloud. You can also read our interview about TWTM with Bristol 24/7, by clicking here.
enterprise nation: festival of female entrepreneurs
For a number of years, I’ve worked with Enterprise Nation at their events. I facilitated a day’s programme of panel interviews and live audience discussions at their Startup Saturday which welcomes over 1500 people annually. I was also asked by them to host a live podcast interview and Q&A at their Festival of Female Entrepreneurs.
whole foods & soil association: organic september
I facilitated an Organic Kitchen Pop Up at Whole Food’s flagship High Street Kensington store as part of the Soil Association’s ‘Organic September’ campaign to support them to spread the word about the positive effects of using organic produce and farming methods. A day full of interactive cooking demonstrations, I interviewed chefs, bloggers and top brands about their products and the dishes whilst they were making with them. Made the most of trying a few of them too!