On Friday 14 July Bow Arts’ Nunnery Cafe hosts Nitesh Tailor’s supper club.
Tailor will serve a six-course meal of Gujarati-Kenyan cuisine, consisting of two starters, two mains and two desserts. The menu is inspired by Tailor’s documentary Food is our common language: Re-imagined, which explores his family’s two-part migration from Kenya to India, and then India to England.
As part of Uncomfortable at Home, Nitesh is creating a safe space in the Nunnery Cafe for for people from the Global South living in the Global North (including people born here who belong to Global South diasporas).
What is Uncomfortable at home?
Uncomfortable at home is a moving community safe space which prioritises people from the global south. It intends to tackle some of the inequitable structures which sustain the creative industry. It aims to initiate change by providing safe-spaces and low-cost (and free) opportunities, which put people from the global majority at the forefront.
Nunnery Gallery is a free public gallery in east London with a local focus, championing the work of emerging artists and uncovering local history and heritage. Situated in a unique building on Read more…