Join us for an evening of African dance and spoken word at Our Voice, an informal gathering for sharing and connection.

Hosted by Our Voice Network founder Krystal S. Lowe, the evening will be a space to showcase artists and bring people together to connect and discuss their passion for the arts and culture.

Plamedi Santima-Akiso is a Congolese-born, Wales-based dance artist and choreographer specialising in African Dance, through her dance company AFJ Cardiff. Join Plamedi in an exploration of African dance styles, inspired by a celebration of cultural individuality.

Naseem Syed is a proud Welsh, Iranian, socially engaged visual artist. She is passionate about craftivism, community and spreading kindness through creativity. Join Pom Pom Poet, Naseem (Ziba Creative) for spoken word inspired by radical joy, kindness and Azadi.

Date: Saturday 16 March

Time: 5:00pm


This event is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund in partnership with Bridgend County Borough Council.