I’m an event promoter that has taken a step outside my comfort zone by producing and co ordinating my first ever solo event. I have relevant skills as I’ve helped co ordinates music events with the Horniman Museum on the 696 promoters & Rampert Dance on the future movement project. I have studied an online events management course & constantly apply my knowledge from my learning.
- Putting myself out there: Plugged In & VibeI’m an event promoter that has taken a step outside my comfort zone by producing and co ordinating my first ever solo event. It's an live intimate performance with up-and-coming singers and poets. Then there will be an opportunity for people to network. There will be good food and good music with lots of talented artists. If you are interested in attending, please purchase a ticket. I look forward to seeing you there! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/plugged-in-vibe-tickets-520491814027?fbclid=P
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- Who are the 696 Promoters? (Documentary)The 696 Promoters are a group of young people aged 16 – 25 who are passionate about producing live music events. Over 10 weeks they worked with music industry experts to produce a music event as part of the 696 Festival. Hear from the Promoters themselves about working on this project, and the lessons learnt along the way. Supported by Arts Council England, Youth Music and Spiral. Executive Producer: Adem Holness Producer/Director: Nicholas Taghavi Camera: Nicholas Taghavi Additional Camera
- The Original Jerk Cook Out (Recap Video)The Original Jerk Cookout returns to the Horniman Museum and Gardens, part of the 696 Festival. Featuring South London Samba, DJ Chrystilize, Liyah, Teachers Crew, Carroll Thompson, Reggae Aerobics, Yolanda Brown, Gary Crosby and Tomorrow’s Warriors, Becca D, London Community Gospel Choir, The Venus Bushfires, Helen McDonald, Dubplate Pearl and Mister Swing, George Riley, Wu-Lu, Kwake Bass and Warp Records. Supported by Arts Council England and the Museum Association. Executive Producer: A