(by popular demand now an annual event in the Akili calendar)
Thursday, 26th November 2015, 7.30 pm
St Mark’s Church, St Mark’s Square, London NW1 7TN (Free parking available in the streets adjacent to the church)
Come with your own team (8 people), or with a friend or on your own
Tickets £20 per person including two free bottles of wine per table and a light supper
Please think about making a donation if you are not able to come to the event.
Kenya Schools return after a period of more than a month on prolonged strike over teachers’ pay. Only the exam classes in their final year in both primary and secondary schools have been taught. As a result the libraries have been very busy with students studying, reading and teaching each other.
Artworks for the Kenya East auction
Kenya East event
Trustees Dan and Carly who organised the evening
Many thanks to all of those who organized the very successful Kenya East event at Downstairs at Mother, and many thanks to Mother for their generous hospitality.
Band and DJ
It was fantastic to have the opportunity to hear from people who had been directly involved in making the film.
And very saddening to hear the very next morning of the death of Charles Owoko of the Owiny Sigoma Band, the subject of the film.
Those who signed up on the night have been added to the newsletter circulation – many thanks for your interest in the Akili Trust.
Best wishes to all our supporters The Akili Team