October Gallery: El Anatsui

The first time I went to October Gallery, a couple of years ago, was to view El Anatsui’s work. Ghanaian born and living in Nigeria, El is internationally known for his use of aluminum bottle tops in his work but his art is not limited to that. El uses a range of tools and a number of…

I’ve Been Drinking Watermelon: The Vagina Myths.

I, too, was sold that lie, sis. In preparation for a DA (dick appointment) I’d make sure to get a carton of pineapple juice and drink it a few days before my appointment comes to me. Mowing the lawn and downing drinks full of sugar just for dick? Good god, thank goodness for growth. I…

Tiwani Contemporary: Phoebe Boswell

Phoebe Boswell’s For Every Real Word Spoken, a solo exhibition, is the current outstanding work that Tiwani has been fortunate enough to display in their space.

Books Of March: Everything Everything.

She writes on how love can make us shed our skin and bring forth someone new and unexpected within us; how love can make the unimaginable imaginable.

Jack Bell Gallery: Armand Boua

I could just be reading into things way too much like our GCSE English Literature teachers taught us to do but hey, its come in handy.

Peacock Theatre: Mother Africa

I never really pay attention to the emails I get from Ticketmaster and often just do a quick “Mark as Read” but this is a behaviour I shall be changing from henceforth. I love the theatre but I don’t go as often as I would like to and the “Mother Africa: Khayelisha – My Home”…

Open The Gate: The African Market.

Somewhere along the lines of me signing up for numerous email lists from events I attend, i wounded up on one known as Open The Gate. I cannot tell you how but i can assure you I’ve not regretted a single email. They hold a number of events but The African Market stalls, held at…