Allsortz Open Mic – July 2014

Allsortz Open Mic, 14 July 2014 

By Ella Achola

After attending my first Allsortz Open Mic tonight, I’m sitting here wondering how I could have missed out on such a great set of performances all this time. After having been continuously disappointed by too much mediocre spoken word all delivered in the same lame monotone, I willed myself to retain an open mind and was pleasantly surprised to stumble across so much talent in one evening.

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First up was @AnnieAshia, a spoken word artist who was right down my street. She started out by voicing her fears about speaking but etched herself into my memory with some very memorable lines. Addressing how race and class oppression can eradicate all sense of self-esteem, she spoke herself into existence tonight and reminded us all that blackness is not a curse but a blessing, and we need to continue seeing the light in the darkness. Annie had an energy that drew power from her struggles. She used poetry to explore the conundrum of identity in a society that tries to compress heritage into a sentence that fits onto a dotted line when in reality identity is a much more complex phenomenon.

@KirtisFranklyn
@KirtisFranklyn

@KirtisFranklyn (pictured above) tied in with Annie in the way that both centred their work on identity. Kirtis pointed to the fact that despite how well you speak, and generally do well, this does not keep away the stereotyping in a white supremacist society. He criticised a system that claims to operate on a basis of meritocracy but in reality is ridden with oppression, and encouraged us all to decolonise our minds so we can be free.

@MOAK_TP also touched on identity and spoke about black masculinity and the pressures that come with it. He talked about love using the metaphor of tea, referring to one particular girl as the taste of that cup of tea with brown sugar you crave in the morning. Unfortunately, she turned out too hot to handle and life taught him he had to take his last sip.

@KlastroLdn
@KlastroLdn

Katie Louise (aka @KlastroLdn) and Charlotte made a good ensemble who first performed together before Charlotte took the stage in an Adele-like performance with a voice that wasn’t afraid to hit the tricky notes and sing of an alternative universe. She was also the backdrop to Katie’s poems, strumming on her guitar, while Katie talked about mankind and how stress and competitiveness disable us from enjoying the pleasures of life. Both lit up the stage with their positive attitude.

@IAmSamWay blew me away with the kind of sound that makes you envision yourself dancing under a clear blue sky on a sandy beach with no shoes on while he sings about love and turns the most mundane topic into a banger about eggs and base. Sam had the audience clapping to his sing-along tunes and his energy kept the audience entertained.

@DCSCRIBBLA
@DCSCRIBBLA

Among my favourite acts tonight was @DCSCRIBBLA whose old-school rap took me right back to a street in Brooklyn and into one of those hip-hop films we all love to watch. Bobbing our heads, he had us all join him in his song ‘Valentine’, which was definitely my highlight performance of the night. It had the right flow and I’m a sucker for love so his lines about kissing and hugging, and special connections struck a note.

@THEE_NARKO ’s open mic piece about relationships was surprisingly refreshing because it pointed to the fact that it’s not always the guy who does the girl wrong but the former can be just as hurt by actions of the latter. Other acts included Jason Pilley, who had a fierce energy throughout his entire performance and @BoyNash who closed the night with tracks of his new EP ‘God’s Image II’, rapping about his dreams and visions for the future.

Remember if you’ve got talent you can come and share it with us too. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest events… AND don’t for get to subscribe to our YouTube Channel so you never miss a performance!

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Allsortz Open Mic – June 2014

Ever wondered what Allsortz Open Mic is all about? Well you’ve come to the right place to find out!

We bring the talent every second Monday of the month to Rich Mix and this month was no different. With a pool of main acts to dive into, Kay Doggz took to the stage first lyrically engaging the audience by telling us about his fondness for alcohol.

@KayDoggz_Music Live @Allsortz1 June 2014
@KayDoggz_Music Live @Allsortz1 June 2014

 (@kaydoggz_music)

As well as all the main acts, we also encourage artists to sign up on the night and this month was not shy of Wildcards. We had the pleasure of welcoming spoken word artists Tolu and Kamari, who both took us on a journey through the depth of their words.

We also had a taste of three different approaches to ‘love’ (or ‘lust’?!)… Soph Chei shared quite a sensual piece of poetry; Samantha, strapped with her acoustic guitar, sang a set focused on love as well as Ridez who rapped about his difficulty approaching women. Finally, to end the list of main acts, I (Izara B) took to the stage to perform my latest piece resurrection.

With love out of the way, we had an Allsortz regular Boy Nash back on stage to share one of his latest tracks from his upcoming EP ‘Gods Image 2’; followed by his producer The Beat Hustler who decided to perform for his very first time. Body popping Chris also took the audience by surprise and even gave us all a 60 second dance lesson!

Chris Stein Live @Allsortz1 June 2014
Chris Stein Live @Allsortz1 June 2014

(Chris Stein)

Stand out performance of the night was by Modulation. A rapper that wastes no time on the mic with countless rhymes, switching up his style numerous times…all whilst acapella of course! If you looked up the word lyrical, we’re pretty sure you’d see his face besides it!

@1Modulation Live @Allsortz1 June 2014
@1Modulation Live @Allsortz1 June 2014

 (@1Modulation)

Next month we’re on Monday 14th July, so stick the date in your diary and come and support us and London’s talented artists. If you’re interested in performing go here. (Please read the instructions carefully before submitting your email).

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Allsortz Open Mic – May 2014

It was the second Monday of the month, so that could only mean all roads led to Rich Mix for another Allsortz Open Mic showcase. (See below for next Allsortz Open Mic date)
Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
As always we promise to bring you all a fresh mix of emerging talent and May’s showcase was no different. 
 
Having performed as a wildcard in April, Ronoc took the stage for main act this time around. Strapped with his guitar and sweet vocals, the audience couldn’t help but tap their feet along to the songs. 
Ronoc Live @ Allsortz Open Mic - May'14
Ronoc Live @ Allsortz Open Mic – May’14
(@RonocMusic) 
 
Singer Christiana O was one of many talented acts during the night; female rapper Thandi shared her unique delivery and singer/songwriter Neecie Gold also took to the stage. We also had the pleasure of welcoming comedian Howell James back on stage who also explained where people can follow him – by following him out of the door when he left!!  
 
Stand out performances of the night were by some members of ‘The True Family’ (TTF). First up we had spoken word by Emmanuel Speaks followed by Dwayne Edwards who performed acapella . Last but not least we had the man of the hour, Mr. True (aka Nego True)share some heartfelt poetry; with his sister in the audience, we had the pleasure of seeing him perform his latest piece ‘Letter To My Little Sister’. 
 
Mr. True @ Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
Mr. True @ Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
(@NegoTrue)
 
King Kash took the stage by storm! The energy was brought up to a whole different level when they jumped on stage rapping with a live band.
King Kash @ Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
King Kash @ Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
 
(@KingKashMusic)
 
As well as our main acts, we had the pleasure of welcoming wildcards to the stage. Spoken word artist, Kirtis Franklynjoined us by sharing an emotional story that touched everyone in the audience; Jack Argles also caught the audience off guard with his hard hitting poetry and we had the pleasure of welcoming an #AllsortzOpenMic regular back on stage, Linah Nambooze.
 
Closing May’s edition of #AllsortzOpenMic was by spoken word artist Jolade. Leaving us all on a powerful, honest piece ending on an inspirational note of…’The world is yours’.
 
Jolade Live @ Allsortz Open Mic - May '14
Jolade Live @ Allsortz Open Mic – May ’14
(@JoladeSpeaks) 

Next month we’re on Monday 9th June, so stick the date in your diary and come and support us and London’s talented artists. If you’re interested in performing go here. (Please read the instructions carefully before submitting your email).

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Allsortz Open Mic 14 April ’14

Written by Izara B

We were back on the Rich Mix stage once again to get rid of those Monday blues with some of the freshest talent out there at the moment! Remember Videos from the night can be found here

We kick started the night with a fashion show by Ireland Nigeria who shared their latest collection with the audience followed by a performance from Team Infamous. If you would like to find out more get following @IrelandNigeria.
 
With a handful of talent to get through, kicking off April’s edition of #AllsortzOpenMic was Sam Way who had no problem getting a bit of audience participation whilst doing the matrix. We also had Ash Future joined by Jay Difference share their unique hip-hop style.
 
The night wouldn’t have been complete without ‘the battle of the bands’. First up we had the pleasure of welcoming Damien Ike on stage who gave us a visual treat all whilst sitting in the dark…YEP! The energy of all the band members took the night by storm with a great amount of energy pouring out from the stage. 
 

 

@Damienike
Damien Ike
@Damienike
@Damienike
@Damienike
 
(Damien Ike and his band sharing the Happy Monday vibes)
 
Our nights wouldn’t be the same without the amazing talent from WildCards. This month we had Ronoc take to the stage with his acoustic guitar; we also had Xana share her spoken word in front of a live audience for the very first time as well as welcoming one of the Ireland Nigeria models who showed us she can also sing and play guitar.
 
Stand out WildCard performance of the night was by Sylvia Mwenze. Strapped with her acoustic guitar she took us all on an emotional journey with her soft tone and heartfelt lyrics. Definitely an act to look out for. 

 

@SylviaMwenze
@SylviaMwenze
 
(Sylvia Mwenze sharing her talent)
 
Last but not least, bringing ‘the battle of the bands’ to an end, Cielo were back! Having not performed for a while they were reunited up on the #AllsortzOpenMic stage. Needless to say they put on such an energetic performance that was so contagious, the audience had no other option but to get up on their feet and start dancing. 
 

 

@CieloOfficial
@CieloOfficial
@CieloOfficial
@CieloOfficial

(Cielo doing what they do best – making us get up and dance!)

Next month we’re on Monday 12th May, so stick the date in your diary and come and support us and London’s talented artists. If you’re interested in performing go here. (Please read the instructions carefully before submitting your email).

Remember follow us on Twitter @Allsortz1 or on Facebook/Allsortz.

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Allsortz Open Mic 10-03-14

What an amazing way to start the week! First up if you missed this show, then you missed one of our best! But because we don’t hold a grudge, you can watch it all over again here via our Ustream links.  – http://t.co/cO7ty3JEkl and here http://t.co/lJs2b9gl7n Enjoy 🙂

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The evening was part of our celebration for International Women’s Day which was on Saturday 8th. To help us mark this day we partnered with the Youth Media Agency who hosted an insightful and energetic debate about the the roles of women in the media and the challenges they face. Search Twitter for #femaleshowreel to check out some of the conversation. An action packed start to our night and we hadn’t even really got out of first gear! Helping us kick our night of celebrating the amazing female performers we have in the capital was the dance group, ‘The Truth’ led by @LauraLiles . This amazingly talented trio of street dancers were joined on stage by some proper ‘lil men’ who simply took the crowd by storm and had us all cheering away! The Truth was followed by the beautiful words of @IAmMiday, the funky rap verses of @IAmThandi, the cool sophisticated voice of @LauraClemo.

If this wasn’t enough to get the audience dancing in their seats our all female line-up celebrating International Women’s Day moved into another gear when @LanaPeswani and then the lovely @LinahNambooze took the stage. Both had voices that lit up the room and had us all begging them to return.

@TaliaAJay swept us away with her beautifully sultry voice. Our penultimate artist was Ayshamar @aysha_nikita to look at her standing on stage you would not expect such a powerful, yet silky voice to literally reach out and grab you – That young lady has talent!

Finally our Allsortz Open Mic stage was blessed by our very own and very talented @Izara_B Having come straight from performing at City Hall, she dropped her latest verse on us and blew us all away! If you missed it – here it is – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzrIaaE9ndE

Because we are trying to do our bit to support and celebrate International Women’s Day this whole month of March we’re funding raising for the Global Giving project, ‘Voices of the Future’ which aims to lift and unite the voices of women to empower them to be the voice of change around the world. If you’d like to contribute please go to our JustGiving Page. All your support is always appreciated.

Just time to tell you that next month we’re on Monday 14th April, so stick the date in your diary and come and support us and London’s talented artists. If you’re interested in performing go here. (Please read the instructions carefully before submitting your email).

Remember follow us on Twitter @Allsortz1 or on Facebook/Allsortz.

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Allsortz Open Mic, February 10th 2014

Written by Izara B

It was a Monday but not just any Monday, it was the second Monday of the month and that could only mean… Allsortz Open Mic was back.

Like no other open mic night, we were in the presence of allsorts (excuse the pun). First to grab the mic, was talented rapper Zuz Rock who, at one point, rapped over Marvin’s room beat with his unique flow. With his team present, the energy in the crowd was set off to a good start.

@zuzrock @Allsortz1
@zuzrock @Allsortz1

(Zuz Rock getting the night started)

We were lucky to also welcome on stage a couple soulful acts. One of which was the funky blues sounds of Charl King and of course, back on the big stage the soulful three man strong team, better known as Soul Inc.
As well as all the main acts, the night wouldn’t be the same without Wildcards taking to the stage. James John Deacon was one of the first WildCards up with his acoustic guitar and we also welcomed back our very own Jolade, who performed a piece he memorised moments before going up on stage…that’s what we call skills.
Stand out performance of the WildCards was ½ of Sister Sidney, Claire Louise. From the very moment her fingers touched the guitar and her voice reached the audience’s ears, it felt like the room stopped. I’m pretty sure we could even hear a pin drop with such a beautiful tone like Claire’s captivating us all.

@sistersidney @Allsortz1
@sistersidney @Allsortz1

(Hypnotising the audience…the one and only Claire Louise)

Moving back onto our main acts, we had Allsortz regular Natavan grace the stage with some more poetry. Singer songwriter Miss Sha also joined us and blew everyone’s minds with her incredibly powerful voice. I’m no vocalist coach but she definitely hit the right notes!
Our special treat of the night was from the cover band with no name who delivered a strong 5 piece set of great covers. Staying true to our happy Monday vibes, they even performed Pharrell William’s mighty successful track, ‘Happy’.

@davidtalisman @Allsortz1
@davidtalisman @Allsortz1

(cover band with no name sharing the happy Monday vibes)

Last but not least, we ended the night with three rounds of talented WildCards. Kirtis Franklyn shared his poetry with the audience (loads of clicking involved), then followed by rapper Boy Nash and last but not least a poet by the name of Kelvin who performed for the very first time.

@KAD_95 @Allsortz1
@KAD_95 @Allsortz1

(Kelvin ending the night with some thought provoking poetry)

For those who don’t know, we were also joined by our very first sponsor Ireland Nigeria – a fashion line for music lovers who want to make a statement. Yes – that’s why the team had great t-shirts on and also we gave out some pretty good prizes. Remember, you saw it at #AllsortzOpenMic first!!

Don’t forget!! Allsortz will be supporting some great causes across the year by raising money. For the Month of February, to mark World Cancer day, we’re raising money for MacMillan Cancer support. To donate please go to justgiving.com/allsortzopenmic
Thank you to everyone who made it down to support all the great acts.
The next date for you diaries is Monday 10th March and we’ll have an all-female line up to celebrate International Women’s Day.
If you’re interested in performing email us on: allsortz01@hotmail.co.uk or sign up on the night (before 8pm) for a WildCard slot. Guys don’t be shy – Come and support some amazing female performers!

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Allsortz Open Mic, January 13 2014

Written by Izara B

Our very first edition of Allsortz Open Mic 2014 started with a bang. We had just a few acts on the lineup, but as they say, ‘quality over quantity’.

We couldn’t start our 2014 edition without getting James déCosta back on stage. Needless to say, he won the crowd over with his stand out performance, with assistance from his acoustic guitarist and bassist, and even had the whole crowd chanting ‘one more’.

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(James déCosta and team, winning the crowd over)

Next up we had Coco DeParis and her guitarist take to the stage with a touch of Jazz.

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((Coco DeParis and guitarist)

We also had rapper SB Entertainer, who brought a new meaning to the word energy whilst showing us exactly why he loves what he does.

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(SB Entertainer on the Rich Mix stage)

Our only WildCard of the night was myself, Izara B. I performed my latest piece, which I recently performed at parliament, ‘Heads or Tails’.

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(Izara B, me, sharing another story)

Last but not least, we had the one and only Infecta. He finished the night on a high with his infectious energy which had the crowd taking part too.

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(Infecta bringing the night to a close)

Thank you to everyone who made it down to support all the great acts.

The next date for you diaries is Monday 10th February and our theme is…….LOVE: the good, the bad and the ugly. (all performers must include this theme in at least one of their performances.

If you’re interested in performing email us on: allsortz01@hotmail.co.uk or sign up on the night (before 8pm) for a WildCard slot.

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Allsortz Open Mic Allstars Christmas Concert 19-12-13

Written by Izara B

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This wasn’t just any ordinary night…this was the Allsortz Open Mic Allstars Christmas Concert. Yes, a mouthful, but that’s not the only thing it was full of; we had a long list of some of the best up and coming talent, including some supporting acts from Celebrate (a yearly event to celebrate young talent, hosted by the Mayor’s Peer Outreach Team).

In true concert style, the whole crowd were on their feet throughout the night and that was by far a smart idea as Cielo took to the stage. A young, energetic urban pop band, that came all the way down from Norwich. Needless to say the journey wasn’t wasted as they got hands clapping and feet moving throughout their whole set.

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(Cielo bringing the energy to Allsortz)

Some of the acts we had the pleasure of welcoming from Celebrate were: The Waldorfs, brothers of the ages 11 and 15, who had everyone in awe. We then had a very special and unusual treat as solo drummer Keiran Pearson fearlessly took control of the drums. DC Scribbla, 15 year old American-British rapper, took the stage by storm with his contagious energy and flow (check out his latest video )

Stand out act, also supported by the Peer Outreach Team, was by far Hackney’s finest Jermain Jackman. In a true artist form, he had his friend and spoken word artist Tolu open up for him. To everyone’s approval, he then followed up with a cover of Jennifer Hudson’s – And I’m Telling You which I personally believe to be better than the original.

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(Jermain Jackman showing us how to hold a note)

We then had the pleasure of welcoming back Muzical Mindz who were accompanied by the amazingly talented Noel DeCosta.

This wouldn’t be an Allsortz night without bringing on the poetry to engage our minds. Our first spoken word act of the night was Kareem Parkins-Brown who truly showed us the beauty and power of words as he poured his emotions out before our very eyes. Out from behind the scenes for the first time was Izara B (yes, that’s me), marking the end of 2013 performances on the Allsortz stage. Our last poet of the night was also one of Allsortz finest, Jolade who skilfully showed us how to write a love poem without writing a love poem (you’ll have to see it to understand).

Another talented act supported by the Peer Outreach Team was female rapper C Cane, who not only performed but definitely entertained. Joined on stage by her hype man Panda, she lyrically has the crowd hypnotised as well as showing us her moves and surprise surprise…she can also sing!!

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(C Cane & hype man Panda owning the stage)

Last but not least, back on the big stage with a visual treat was the one and only Mila Falls. Her set was full of surprises as she brought the talented Cielo back on the mic and also, for the first time ever at Allsortz, brought us our first ever 4D interactive performance!

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(Mila Falls bringing the night to a close)

As always we want to say a HUGE thank you to all the acts and of course the wonderful audience. A special thank you also goes out to Rebecca Palmer, the Peer Outreach Team and all their acts.

Follow us on Twitter (@Allsortz1) and Facebook (Allsortz).

If you’re interested in performing in the new year then email us – Allsortz01@hotmail.co.uk.

All our 2014 dates are on the website. Look out next year, we’ve got big plans!

Have a great Christmas and festive season and a very Happy New Year!

Allsortz Open Mic 9-12-13

Another month, another Allsortz Open Mic…and what an evening it was!

We kicked off the night with an unusual performance from the People’s Palace Project. The group of inspiring young people performed a live video mix of images and music on a range of subjects close to their hearts. It sounds a little complex, but the best way to describe it is, spoken word without speaking!

Smithingo Shawts, all 5′ 2″ ( or is that 4’10” – lol) took to the stage with his charming, vibrant and highly entertaining mix of rap. His energy really warmed the crowd up on what was a pretty cold evening.

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(Shawts working the crowd)

Deelee joined the Allsortz stage for the first time and soothed all our troubles away with what we think is one of the best renditions of ‘At Last’ originally by Etta James.

We had more spoken word from Nairobi Thomson who took us all to school with her lyrics. Our Allsortz family member, Lea Rogers accompanied the beautiful voice of Sarah Marie-Gayle. And we had some amazing covers by first time performer, Parisi – Hope to see you both back again). We were also blessed to see rappers, Strive and Drama back on stage after a few months away working on new material.

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(Deelee performing Etta James’ ‘At Last’)

And let’s not forget our WildCards, Saif, Natavann and Resonance. We hope you’ll all return soon for a main slot!

Ending our night we were truly spoiled by the voice of Rhea Monet. She is a star in the making and we’re very happy to have her on our Allsortz stage. If you don’t know, then you better get to know….as we once heard in a movie or something.. 🙂

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(Rhea Monet treating the crowd to her beautiful tones)

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Lucky people – we have our Christmas Concert on Thursday 19th December from 6pm at Rich Mix. We’ve got some real treats for you including support acts from the Mayor of London’s Peer Outreach Team! So come and enjoy yourself, dance away the cold and get some of the Allsortz Christmas spirit!

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Follow us on Twitter (@Allsortz1) and Facebook (Allsortz). If you’re interested in performing in the new year then email us – Allsortz01@hotmail.co.uk. All our 2014 dates are on the website. Look out next year, we’ve got big plans!

Have a great Christmas and festive season and a very Happy New Year!

Allsortz Open Mic 11-11-13

Written by Izara B

It’s a new month so that could only mean Allsortz is back!! This time accompanied by cold wet weather but that didn’t stop the show from going on.

Getting the crowd warmed up was one of our first acts, Ak Rekz. Taking to the stage with his contagious energy, it wasn’t too long before he had everyone laughing and singing along to his lyrics.

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(Ak Rekz getting the crowd warmed up)

Throughout the night we had a few WildCards from previous shows come back but this time for a main slot. Ella CR joined the happy Monday vibes once again along with her soulful voice that had the audience’s attention from the very first note and of course Calm the Poet who shared with us more of his heartfelt poetry, which kick started a night full of UK poetry. However, we also had a special American treat to this evening full of UK talent. Sisi, a poet from the states, got up on stage with her hard hitting poetry.

Stand out performance of the night was by Nairobi as she gracefully and skilfully laid her lyrics on stage for anyone who was listening. The honesty which she projected into the crowd was apparent by everyone’s reaction (a whole lot of clicking fingers).

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(Nairobi pouring the truth out onto the stage)

The talent from our WildCards was unbelievable. First up we had Ara Solo who came out of her shell as soon as she began to sing; one of our very own Jolade didn’t resist swapping a camera for a mic to share his thoughts with us; we also had the pleasure of having a rapper by the name of Oscar perform for us; Natavann who peformed for the very first time in front of a live audience last month at Allsortz came back for more and last but not least for the WildCards, Unique Sistar speaking on one of the most courageous topics for a young woman to talk about in this day and age.
Bringing the show to an end was one of last month’s WildCard, Handles. Once again the audience couldn’t help but be on their feet during his performance. At one point, he even performed laying down on stage (no wonder why they call him the UK Kanye West).

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(Handles bringing this edition of Allsortz to an end)

As always, thanks to all of our acts and of course the audience for coming down and supporting the talent despite the bad weather.
Whilst you’re here, don’t forget we have two dates next month: Monday 9th and Thursday 19th December

You can watch interviews and clips from our performers on our YouTube Channel – click here

If you’re interested in performing email: Allsortz01@hotmail.co.uk or turn up on the night and sign up to be a WildCard.

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