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Save the date: Young Entrepreneurs Association presents YEAh Live on 23 March 2013
Addressing unemployment in the 18 to 30 age group head on, this event will give you the opportunity to meet, network, build interpersonal skills and learn from business owners and entrepreneurs making their businesses work. Who should attend YEAh LIVE
Young people with a business idea who are not sure where to start!
Young people who have started their business and want to make it grow!
People looking for a supportive environment that nurtures success!
People wanting to make the transition from employee to business owner!
Are you an individual who wants to start a business or has just started one and would like to cultivate the skills and acumen to make it a success? Don’t waste another second wondering how to get started in business or how to get more customers and make your business grow; book your exhibitor space now.
: 23 March 2013 | Time: 3.30pm to 7.30pm
: Montgomery Hall, 58 Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SW
: £5 payable in advance on Eventbrite
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Afridiziak review: Othello, CLF Art Cafe | Finishes 22 February, 2013 | Words by Tian Glasgow
"Zackary Momoh has a strong presence as Othello and portrays his inner conflict with a resolute pride. The chemistry between the two makes for the play's best scenes, as Iago plants the seed in his master’s mind and eagerly awaits the fruit of his schemes..." Read review
Afridiziak interview: Jocelyn Jee Esien, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show| On tour | Interview by Gillian Fisher
"Having introduced a lexicon of catchphrases to the nation, and after winning a couple more awards, Jocelyn has returned to the world of theatre. Unsurprisingly it’s been a resounding success and she is currently starring as Myra in One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show
." Read interview
Afridiziak news: TAOBQ seeks theatre company or group of actors to produce play
TAOBQ (The African Or Black Question) is a campaign aimed at exploring the issues of African identity, global/pan-Africanism, imploring people of African heritage to engage within their African identity, and organising forums for global African history and discussion. More on this story
Afridiziak news: Feast gets extended run at the Young Vic
The Young Vic has just announce that seven more performances of Feast have been added to the current run, which will now end on Saturday 2 March. Feast is an epic production exploring the magnificent Yoruba culture directed by the multi award-winning director Rufus Norris (Cabaret) and written by five playwrights from across the world. The show features dazzling choreography by George Cespedes and live music arranged and performed by Michael Henry and Jamiroquai percussionist Sola Akingbola. More
Competition: Win a pair of tickets to see Felicity Ethnic
Four lucky Afridiziak readers will each win a pair of tickets to see Felicity Ethnic
in The Naked Truth Part II Enter competition
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