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’What’s the Tea?’ Potluck and Karaoke (QTBIPOC Safe Space)

Come slay the karaoke and be treated to a feast fit for queens. Bring a dish and show them how it’s done!
While everyone is welcome, this is a QTBIPOC Safe Space & priority will be given to Queer, Trans and People of Colour

What’s the Tea?’ Potluck and Karaoke – Details 

When: Saturday 25th May, 19:00 to 22:00 (Karoke ends at 21:00)

How to Attend:  Drop-in  welcome or Email info@qiwa.co.uk, Ibi.ali@outlook.com. Alternatively, DM @Qiwa_event

Room: Art Room & Garden

Donation: Drop-in / by voluntary donation/ priority given to QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans and People of Colour).
There will be no entry charges,  Donations are welcome  (Suggested £5-10)
Accessibility: Art Room (the room is fully accessible) & garden.  The Salisbury Centre’s kitchen door and toilet are now wheelchair accessible. The Garden can also be accessed by wheelchairs via a movable ramp via the Art RoomAnnex.


More about the event :

Come slay the karaoke and be treated to a feast fit for queens. Bring a dish and show them how it’s done!

But please, remember to write down the ingredients and any potential allergens if you bring food.

And check before you dig in if you have dietary requirements!

It’s a free  (Donation welcome to support the Salisbury Centre) and open event for everyone, as long as you respect that this space is for QTBIPOC people.
P.S. the Salisbury Centre is an alcohol and substance free centre (No smoking or drinking anywhere on the premises or in the garden) 

Facilitator Bio:

These sessions will be facilitated by Q’iwa, an Arts and performance collective by and for queer POC.

More about donation:

Participation in our community-led events is often on a voluntary ‘by donation’ basis. This means that nobody is expected to make a payment if they cannot afford to do so. However, any donations received for this event will be for the Centre, helping to make the events’ programme sustainable. Where a “suggested donation” is listed, this is just an indication of what the event might cost if it was ticketed – it is fine to donate less (or nothing at all). Donating is one way to show your appreciation for the value of the Salisbury Centre. Please consider ‘paying it forward’ by donating a bit extra if you can afford, helping to keep it possible for everyone to take part, regardless of their circumstances.

To donate:

  • bring cash
  • donate online on  www.salisburycentre.org/donate. Please use reference “Karaoke” when submitting
  • card payment option available at the entrance hall next to the notice board. Please enter the event’s name as reference

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