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S.O.U.L. (SCREENING OUR UNSEEN LIVES) Their mission is to support Black and ethnic minority communities in the British film and TV industries. The next event 'Celebrate:Connect', takes place at the BFI (British Film Institute) South bank on 19th November 2014. The Singer/Songwriter/Musician Ray Estaire & BEFFTA AWARDS Winner LyricL (Nkechi-da-LyricL) present a Spokenword Short Film 'REASON' This is a FREE Event. Wednesday 19 November 2014 15:00 with 17:00 for networking and refreshments. Address: BFI Southbank, London. Thank you for your continued support. We indeed Give Thanx!! *see you on big red velvet... BFI seats!!* https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTeupq_YZfI #REASON
Artist-Tutor LyricL Facilitating a Creative Writing, Rap & Spokenword Workshop
#REASON http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/Reason_Exclusive_Screening_Party/ EXCLUSIVE SCREENING PARTY - Short Film written & produced by LyricL (Nkechi-da-LyricL) & Ray Estaire. Synopsis To celebrate Black History Month we Hackney Picture House present an exclusive screening party for REASON, a spokenword screenplay written and produced by Ray Estaire and LyricL. Through the power of spoken-word, music and love, you see a woman’s desperate attempt to disambiguate various degrees of happiness in her partner that appears to be hypnotized into a state of misophonia. The profound emotional journey of Spokenword, enhanced by the dynamics of Latin Bass, mesmerizing vocals, colourful West African accapella sounds and visual print all encapsulated by a Steinway Grand Piano denotes our patterns of reasoning. Along with a screening and behind the scenes footage, the evening will feature special performances from the cast with guest artists and DJs including: DJ Psykhomantus ( Visionbombing) T-Roy (Broadcite) DJ Josh Grooves (Real House Radio) Rich Blk Tobi Anumenechi Fae Simon & Caroline Archer. Sponsored by Arts & Artists UK Doors 8PM Tickets £5 Facebook Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1576560682565503/?notif_t=plan_user_joined Hackney Picture House info: http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/Hackney_Picturehouse/film/Reason_Exclusive_Screening_Party/
Mpipidi and the Motlopi Tree: A Story From Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales performance featurimh Mangalisio Asi & LyricL. Music orchestrated by Shirley Thompson Shirley Thompson has composed for opera, orchestra, contemporary dance, TV and film. ...this is an event not to be missed! _________________________________ Sun 27 Jul 16.00 RICH MIX ARTS CENTRE 35 - 47 BETHNAL GREEN ROAD SHOREDITCH / BETHNAL GREEN ---------------------------------------------------------- Mandela Tales is an enchanting music theatre production devised and directed by composer/musician Shirley J. Thompson. It features exquisite stories from across the African continent, drawn from the Honourable Nelson Mandela’s favourite African folk-tales. It was his wish that children around the world experience the magic of reading and listening to African folktales. The premiere performance of Mandela Tales sold out at the South Bank Centre's Imagine Children’s Literature Festival in 2012, with a high demand for further performances. The production toured to Cape Town, South Africa in 2013 with the famous Gordonstoun School, after an invitation from the GREAT British Week of Arts and Culture in South Africa. Again, the production delighted audiences at the Baxter Theatre and the V&A Pavilion in Cape Town. Shirley J. Thompson’s evocative musical score is filled with soulful classical orchestrations and delectable Township music overtones. Together with a series of mystical stories, song and dance, the audience may revel and sway in their seats (and even on their feet) as children and families enjoy the production. “When I read the stories I was deeply moved and hoped in creating this production that I could put across their profundity. I love folk tales and storytelling and feel that these traditional myths offer delightful lessons for children (and for the young at heart!). We were brought up on the Grimm Fairy Tales and yet these African tales, that are so powerful and intriguing to young people, are little known in the UK. I was determined to find the right cast to convey their magic and humour in this original production. By the young people’s enjoyment and outwardly positive reception, I am richly rewarded by my efforts.” - Shirley J. Thompson. Dane Jeremy Hurst, winner of the National Dance Awards in 2014 joins Shirley J. Thompson’s Virtuoso Friends (orchestral soloists, piano, voice). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: www.shirleythompsonmusic.com www.newnationrising.com Twitter: @shirleyjtmusic
Sounds Like: LyricL (Nkechi-da-LyricL), Lyricl [Nkechi-da-Lyricl] Spokenword - Lyricist, The Roots, Jazz, ♥ Jill Scott ♥
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Published Lyricist, Singer-Songwriter, Emcee (MC) and 2014 BEFFTA Awards Winner for Spokenword, LyricL is a jubilant, exultant performer, whose animated fresh style exudes joy, in a euphoric and beautiful way!
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