The Revival: Women and The Word. Feat. DYLEMA


Join Andro and Eve for a very special evening of film and live poetry performance celebrating the work of queer women of colour. With a screening of Sekiya Dorsett’s 2016 documentary The Revival: Women and The Word. This film chronicles the US tour of a group of Black lesbian poets and musicians, who become present-day stewards of a historical movement to build community among queer women of colour while upholding literary arts excellence.

Alongside the film screening Our Mel will introduce performances by spoken word artist and author Dylema, and poet and performer Ella Otomewo. There’ll be a sweet treat and cake stall, including delicious vegan chocolate goodies from Truffle Pig Vegan and a cash bar.

DOORS 6PM. Last entry 7PM*
Secret Sheffield Venue. All guests will be e-mailed the venue location 3 days before the event.

Please note - our accessible tickets are for those with low incomes, and for who the following statements apply -
' I am unemployed or underemployed'
' I qualify for government / voluntary assistance; including food banks / benefits'
'I frequently stress about meeting basic needs, and don't always achieve them'
'I have no access to savings'.
If you can afford to pay more than £2 for a ticket but not £10, please add a donation. This allows us to provide even more accessible tickets for this event. Thank you.

FAQs -
DO I NEED TO PRINT MY TICKET? No, once you've booked online your name will be added to the guest list for entry.
IS THIS AN ACCESSIBLE VENUE? No, sadly due to the nature of this event, we are in a venue that is not suitable for wheelchairs or those with difficulty walking. We are aware this is not ideal and we are unlikely to repeat this in future.
HOW DO I GET THERE? We'll share all the details about location, parking, transport with ticket holders 3 days before the event.
* WHY IS LAST ENTRY 7PM? This is due to our venue and our aim not to disturb other guests once the film has started.

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