Dr Mae Jamison
Summer welcome and Iftar
Humraaz Eid party
social on the towpath
open boat Tuesday
girls of the gannow flyer, Michelle Wren
walking group part 3
"to understand the cosmos we must also understand the self, that each person is a universe in miniature"
The knot of Time, Lindsay River and Sally Gillespie
Mojiola Adebayo is a South-London born, Nigerian / Danish performer, playwright, producer, director, workshop facilitator and teacher. During her time with idle women Mojisola is working on a new play and inviting women and girls to explore and share ideas through writing, drama, games, voice, discussion and the unexpected.
Mojisola has written poetry for many years and even had a stint as a teenage rapper. However, it was in 2005 that she embarked upon writing plays as her primary artistic focus, through her landmark production, Moj of the Antarctic: An African Odyssey, which was researched on Antarctica in 2005 and performed at Lyric Hammersmith, Oval House Theatre, Queer up North and had a British Council African tour. She followed this with Muhammad Ali and Me (Oval House, 2008) and Matt Henson, North Star (2009), developed in Greenland through Cape Farewell (Lyric Hammersmith).
Her wide and diverse work with a huge variety of companies has ranged from being an actor with the Royal Shakespeare Company to co-founding VIDYA, a slum dweller’s forum theatre company in Ahmedabad, India.
Mojisola is a part-time Lecturer in Contemporary Theatre Practices and Dramaturgy in the Department of Theatre and Performance
open on the water
every Tuesday evening
Starting Tuesday 28 June
Mojisola invites women to join a weekly creative workshop on board the Selina Cooper arts centre. For women of all levels of experience and confidence.
Places are limited so book your free place here
barging in - blah blah blah group
Accrington womens Centre
Wednesdays, 10—12 noon
Got something to say ? Don’t know how to say it? Come along and Moj will help you create a way to get it out there
Social on the boat
Friday evenings, from 17.30-20.30,
Starting 8 July
Join us for an easy womens social evening on the towpath with food, hot drinks, bbq and camp fire if the weather is kind.
Room inside the boat if its raining.
Come with friends or just bring yourselves and make new ones. Free- book here
the wild washer women