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Free Word is an arts organisation that explores the power and politics of words from our London venue.
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Norwegian UK Embassy Dec 7
Important discussions on freedom of speech & music , up-and-coming Norwegian rapper MYRA, & talks about Strange Fruits at ’s one-off event Songs That Changed the World.
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Safia Boot Dec 7
Huge Thank you for a riveting, thought provoking session Last night not Miss-(his)story. Great £10 value priceless. More please!
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Saskia Papadakis Dec 6
Replying to @SazPaps
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Nikki Dec 6
Came to to listen to & - absorbing debate amongst the panellists...
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Beatriz M Brown Dec 6
This conversation was 🔥🔥🔥. Public discourse around empire needs great minds like leading the way
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Stuart Frost Dec 6
A thought-provoking, engrossing debate about Britain's relationship with its imperial past tonight...
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Travis Dec 5
“Non binary people are not new” . Really pleased to have written this piece for today on our existence, and how suggesting we are “new” is seeped in whiteness.
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Free Word Dec 6
We're looking forward to tonight's sold out event with and this great line-up. This much anticipated debate rounds up our , and what a season it's been! Stay tuned for more from us soon.
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Gurminder K Bhambra Dec 3
Looking forward to discussing the legacy of empire on Thurs in London at / event with & Goodhardt - details here:
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Sarah Jilani Dec 3
Looking at Britain’s colonial past & questioning why so much of history stays hidden. Great speakers - & so likely a great discussion - in one of my favourite London venues. Thursday at 19:00 . Tickets:
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Remi Adekoya Dec 4
Looking forward to discussing the legacy of the British Empire and colonialism this Thursday in London at / event with - details here:
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Jay Hepburn Dec 4
I feel so honoured and privileged to have been in the company of such amazing young talent. Thank you and for a wonderful night of poetry. I was totally blown away.
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Runnymede Trust Dec 5
🚨Tomorrow🚨 Join a dynamic discussion on Britain's colonial legacy at exploring why so much of history stays hidden, and whether the truth of these histories should lead to shame, reflection & reparations. Book now:
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Free Word Dec 4
Just two days left until our season finale with this incredible panel. Grab your tickets and join us and for an unmissable event. 6 Dec, 7pm . Last remaining tickets can be booked here:
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📚 Story Machine Productions Nov 27
Calling in London. Three books brought to life in one unforgettable night. And it's all free! Tickets/info
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Free Word Dec 3
Are you a Decembrist? Probably not...
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Apples and Snakes Dec 1
They've spent six weeks being mentored by poet and facilitator , now they're stepping onto the stage. Witness the next generation of spoken word artists as they share brand new work inspired by the theme of privacy. 4 Dec 7pm .
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Free Word Nov 29
A few snaps from last night's event with 's who led a fun, insightful discussion about what our favourite dystopian fiction says about our present and future. You can watch the video recording here:
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Free Word Nov 29
Tickets are selling fast for our final event. In a post-Brexit world, how should we treat the legacy of British Empire? 6 Dec 7pm. An evening of debate w/ . Tickets:
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Free Word Nov 29
We're down to our 2 final events for our season, and we're SO excited for this collaboration with the UK's leading spoken word & performance org + FW residents . 4 Dec 7pm . Come through:
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