Kerb Crates is a 4 week series of lunch-break enriching, thought provoking talks, performances and stories - an extra dose of brain food as a side portion to your street food lunch, which no doubt has a tale to tell of its own.
Date: 30th June, 12.15pm-1.30pm
Location: KERB, KING'S BOULEVARD, KING'S CROSS, N1C
Crate #4 the last in the series this Thursday 30th June, 12.15pm-1.30pm
- The question WHAT IS A CITY FOR? is tackled by:
1. Caro Sparks: Renowned deaf actress, cabaret singer and MBE
12.30pm: Navigating the hearing and non-hearing world of the city: making songs accessible to deaf people and sign-language accessible to hearing people
2. John Rogers: Writer and film-maker, author of This Other London
12.45pm: The city is for finding adventure between the lines
3. Ooooota Adepo: Co-founder of The Tip, expert in contemporary African art, and education
1pm: Cities are the new villages
4. Saasha Celestial-One: Founders of revolutionary sharing app, Olio
1.10pm: A city that shares is a city that cares - how urban food sharing can bring communities together to eat better and save the planet
5. James Eyres: Critically acclaimed writer and performer for Streets Projects
1.20pm: Poetry and performance on the grit, grime and beauty of the city
Bringing back the best of city conversations - see you there!