Comic Relief is coming to The Book Club as the charity partners up with events collective SuperCulture to host a series of free events that cover everything from mental health to drag to homelessness, with special guests and friends of Comic Relief taking part. It kicks off on 6th February with Music to My Fears, an open discussion on mental health featuring influential figures in the music industry. Don’t (be afraid to) Fuck it Up, a workshop on the politics of make-up led by a troupe of London drag queens, follows on 13th February.
Then on 20th February it’s Speak to Me About Homelessness, where underground poets and spoken word artists will be offering a new perspective on the issue of homelessness. The series concludes with How Our Childhood Shaped Our Lives on 26th February, with theatre groups teaming up with a childhood charity to explore how our childhood defines us.
There will be a chance for you to share your own experiences of the issues at each of the events, which are all totally FREE to attend.
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Weds 6th, Weds 13th, Weds 20th and Tues 26th February 2019
100-106 Leonard St, London EC2A 4RH