Happy International Women’s Day!
To celebrate today, I was prepping this blog piece when an email came in from BBC Bitesize, asking if I’d answer a few questions for their coverage around IWD
CREATIVE CURRENCY: can exchanging skills pay the bills?
It’s been a while since I told my story and so I decided to take over my third event with o2 Go Think Big to share my journey of as a presenter before running three if my own workshops across Branding, Networking, and Social Media.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP is the second event from my Inside the Industry series - an entire evening dedicated to finding out how passions can become successful platforms.
On Tuesday 30th October 2018, I kicked off my series, Inside The Industry, with my first event, KISS and Tell, with an exclusive panel featuring special guests from KISS FM to talk about how to get into radio!
I’m very proud to announce that I have partnered with o2 Go Think Big to host my very own event series called “Inside The Industry” - find out more about my events and how to sign up!
From 24th - 28th October 2018, Swarzy takes over We Built This City, Carnaby St to host her first exhibition: Too Much Source. With a free gallery by day and exclusive events by night, Swarzy aims to showcase and celebrate London’s most influential creatives within the Black British community who are all making history today.
Last week, Levile&Chill sat down with four of the coolest people to ever grace our stage: the gorgeous cast from the 9-part comedy web series, Dreaming Whilst Black.
With a night dedicated to unpacking the topic of colourism, particularly within the film & TV industry, who better to hear from about writing, casting, and natural hair (yassss!) than DWB's very own Adjani Salmon (Kwabena), Dani Moseley (Amy), Vanessa Vanderpuye (Vanessa), and talented writer, Ali Hughes.
April 4th 2018 marks 50 years since Reverend Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. After attending the Rediscovering Justice service to remember and celebrate the life of MLK, I came home really encouraged and so wanted to share a few words about my day, as well as remind myself and young people what MLK had to say about 'the white moderate' and doing the 'deeds of a giant' in an effort to continue fighting the good fight.
I had the pleasure of interviewing an all-star panel featuring BBC 1XTRA's DJ Ace and Reece Parkinson, Ronnie from Transmission Roundhouse, and Radio X's Ross Buchanan. They spilled gems all night and so here are just a few for your notebooks...
From monologues to models, #LevileandChill never looked so beautiful!