Cosmic Ninja never fail to leave an impression with their high-octane mash up of alternative and electronic sounds.
Their musical lucky dip and band mantra to rock and rave has proved infectious, with releases being featured on Fresh on the Net and BBC Introducing in the West. They have most recently signed with Beating Hearts Booking Agency.
Cosmic Ninja offer a visual spectacle that is emphatic, engaging and demanding of your attention. The queer fronted Bristol 4 piece have brought their explosive party vibes and politically charged tracks to audiences at The O2 Academy Bristol, The Godney Gathering, Bristol Pride Festival, Hazy Days, FarmFest, LFest, Warton Music Festival, Farmer Phil’s Festival and many more.
Chai is a drag queen, published poet, songwriter, performer, arts student and current reigning Mx Madhouse 2020. Hailing from Cheltenham but based in Kent/London, she uses the stage and her performances to tackle hard hitting subjects, such as, homophobia, drug addiction, abuse and grief.
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"You are imperfect, permanently and inevitably flawed. And you are beautiful.”― Amy Bloom.
In this webinar, Certifed Life and Weight Loss Coach David Breaker will be guiding us through steps to achieve self-acceptance and improve our self-image. He will be talking us through his own journey as a gay man who was once 32 stone and hated himself to losing 20 stone and falling in love with what makes him unique. David will share with us how Love, despite being the most powerful emotion we have, often comes with baggage and ways in which we can come to terms with loving ourselves.”
The 30 minute webinar will be followed by a 15 minute Q&A.
Gravesham's favourite Panto Dame and Story-Time Queen, Mama G believes in loving who you want and being who you are. She came to life during a production of Mother Goose at the Brighton Fringe and has been making waves ever since.
Her first story telling session was at the Cowley cafe in Brighton which was quickly followed by appearances at the South Bank Centre and the Unicorn Theatre in London. Since then she has appeared at libraries, theatres, bookshops and cafes all over the UK; as well as in Canada and via video link to Texas.
She's become a firm favourite here in Gravesham too, with her unique performances in panto at The Woodville and hosting Story-Time at Gravesham Library.