Menopause Army is a movement and a punk band who are "not merely the convenient consumers, cannon fodder breeders and slave carers they would have us be." With the majority of the the members based in Tottenham, they will performing their 'Virtual Puppetry' at the next WIT meet up event. Rachel Ho took the opportunity to find out about more about the group ahead of seeing them live in action. Photo Supplied: Menopause Army What is Menopause Army and how did it came together?
Talia Randall is a dyslexic writer, performer and artist who has performed in places such as The Roundhouse, Wales Millennium Centre, Bristol Old Vic, Glastonbury and The Edinburgh Fringe. Her studio is here in Tottenham where she spends a lot of time creating her work. Rachel Ho caught up with Talia ahead of one her political variety shows "Question Time Cabaret" featuring some of the UK’s most innovative and daring artists, which is taking place at rich mix on Friday evenin
Hannah Place has only been living in Tottenham for a relatively short time, but has already formed a special connection with the area. As such she has made it the base for launching her project PLACE A, which is described as a network creating projects using art as a tool to push progress on topics including social inclusion and equality, LGBTQ+, BAME, gender equality, and culture. Rachel Ho had a chat to Hannah to find out how she ended up in Tottenham and her inspiration fo
The new production 'Dirty Paradise' is a coming of age story of liberation and survival set in an industrial warehouse in Tottenham against the backdrop of the riots, cuts and Brexit Britain. The team behind it is female-led with local playwright, Andrea Ling, at the helm. Working with a diverse cast, including performers of East Asian, South Asian and Spanish descent, the team are giving the opportunity to share its development with a local audience and actively engage with
Rose de Borman is a ceramicist and textile maker from London. She has a live/work studio in Seven Sisters where she works, runs workshops and art sales, as well as hosting a monthly Women in the Arts group. Amy Bush visited her at her studio on Lawrence Road to find out more. Photo supplied: Rose de Borman in her studio Where did you grow up and what brought you to Tottenham? I grew up in Latimer Road, West London. I loved growing up around there but it started to change a lo
*Press Release* Photo source: @YazminLaceyMusic Moving Lines, the volunteer-run collective that channels London’s cultural diversity into an exciting series of fundraising events, returns with its first outing of 2018 – a celebration of women in the arts. From the worlds of jazz and soul to printmaking and performance poetry, Moving Lines is gathering an impressive line-up of talented, pioneering artists to support IMECE Women’s Centre in its mission to empower BMER women wit