To the Table: Community Meal and Comedy

FREE

WHEN:
Tuesday 13 February, 6pm – 8pm

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Join us for an evening of laughter, delicious free food, a chance to connect with your neighbours, and updates on upcoming festivals and exhibitions at Grand Junction.

Comedy from Isabelle Farah

Isabelle is a British Lebanese actor, comedian, and writer. After an undergraduate in French and Film studies, she trained at Drama Studio and at the Soho Theatre Comedy Lab. As an actress she has performed in theatre in the West End and on Tour and she has gigged across the UK and in Lisbon, Beirut, and New York City. Her short, Breakfast, was a finalist in the Funny Women Shorts Prize, and her debut show, Ellipsis, which was a mix of theatre and comedy, was commended for the Screenshot Award, both in 2020. Her first two shows had sellout runs at EdFringe in 2021 and 2022 and she was described as a Next Big Thing by the Evening Standard. She also narrates audiobooks and TV documentaries, but her finest work is playing a Glazed Ham in a crisps commercial.

Tickets are limited, please book your space here.

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To The Table is part of the Our Shared Heritage project, which has been made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

IN-PERSON: at Grand Junction

The stories have been collected as part of the Our Shared Heritage weekly Stories of the Middle East and North Africa sessions. You can find out more about these sessions and join here.

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LOCATION:
IN-PERSON
GRAND JUNCTION AT ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH,

ROWINGTON CLOSE,
LONDON

W2 5TF

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