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The Naked Truth Sponsors 'The Weekend of Love' Dinner & Dance 29th of October 2016 - 30th October 2016 Everyone deserves to live a life filled with love and loving connections. It’s really that simple. No matter how much love you already have in your life, or how little, THE WEEKEND OF LOVE will help you to have more. Our negative life experiences have caused us to be weary of people, The Weekend of Love wants to encourage positive relationships between males and females and bring back the love in our community.

The weekend of love starts on: Saturday the 29th of October 2016 (3:00pm check in) overnight stay at the Crowne Plaza hotel Heathrow 12:30 till 6pm use of spa facilities Dinner & Dance 7pm – till late Sunday the 30th October 2016 Breakfast 12:00pm checkout 13:00pm - 4pm Conference/Networking With good food, good company and live performances this is an event not to be missed so make sure you dress to kill. Price: early bird tickets £100pp based on 2 people sharing, standard ticket price £110pp (booking fee can be avoided by paying straight into paypal.) £30 non refundable deposit required to secure your space For more information email the or call Michelle on 07949 151 658 Details Spa Facilities Sauna Steam room Jacuzzi Heated swimming pool Gym

The spaces for this event are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment there is payment plan option available also but for more information please email No spaces will be held without a deposit call Michelle on 07949151658


Rastafari in Motion

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Black Cultural Archives, Windrush Sq, Brixton

14 June – 10 September 2016 Co-curated in partnership with the Rastafari Regal Livity (RRL), Rastafari in Motion tells the rarely told story of the presence of Emperor Haile Selassie I and the emergence of the Rastafari movement in Britain. This exhibition introduces the mystic world of Rastafari and the guiding principles of this holistic way of life and takes a closer look at the contributions made to British society. Celebrate the 80th anniversary of Emperor Haile Selassie I’s appearance before the League of Nations, His four-year residency in Bath and His influence on the rising consciousness of Black youth from the 1960s onwards. Find out about the exploits of Ras Seymour Maclean ‘The Book Liberator’, and explore the movement’s expression through music, art, spirituality, education, and the rise of political agency; and their lasting legacy here in Britain. Black Cultural Archives will be the first to present Rastafari in Motion to UK audiences. First exhibited at the National Museum of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa in 2014, as part of an international collection (Rastafari: The Majesty and the Movement), this celebrated exhibition has travelled to Jamaica in April 2016, and will arrive at Black Cultural Archives this summer. 14 June – 10 September 2016 Free admission


2Inspire Network Ladies Day

Crowne Plaza Docklands Royal Victoria Dock E16 1AL

Age limit: All ages


African Wear Ball

Club Couture Camberwell

Age limit: 18+


Jonzi D Lyrical Fear-ta

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Lillian Baylis Studios


Age limit: 18+


Blessed Souls

On the Hill, Herne Hill

Age limit: All ages