UPCOMING and Previous GIGS
Justina Kehinde hosts an evening with iThemba Projects in their 2nd annual fundraiser 'Rum and Rhymes'. A night of live music, afro-fusion cuisine and rum tasting in aid of iThemba's work in the rural community of Sweetwaters, South Africa.
Justina Kehinde performs letters between Wilfred Owen and his mother in Big Ideas' 'Motherhood, Loss and World War 1', a commemoration project acknowledging the universality of bereavement as the defining experience of conflict with a special focus on mothers - an overlooked aspect of grief during this period.
Senate House, WCIE 7HU
Bespoke poetry set for First Bank Nigeria's Youth Empowerment Conference. Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.
Jazz and Poetry set at the hottest spot in Lagos, Bogobiri House, opposite the African Arts Foundation, Ikoyi Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
An intimate jazz and poetry set for members of the Aspen Leadership Institute hosted at the renowned Ikoyi Boat Club, Lagos, Nigeria.
In conversation with Reni-Eddo Lodge on her Bailey Gifford nominated book - 'Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race'. Blackwells, Oxford.