Come on over to Cottons Islington for the Caribbean's finest dishes, seasoned with the rhymes and rhythms of Africa
This free event features spoken word poet Yrsa Daley-Ward. Music is from singer-songwriter Aar Maanta, who blends traditional Somalian roots with hip-hop beats.
A perfect way to kick back on a summer evening!
This event is free of charge; food may be purchased from the Cottons £8 buffet (tbc).
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