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#HartCulture  C.I.C. is pleased to invest in the latest Film and Multi-media project - The Man In The Mirror co-written by Suraj Odekunle and contributed to by over 15 Black Empowerment Organisations.

About Suraj Odekunle

My name is Suraj Odekunle, I was born on September 13th 1982 and I am Nige-rian. I am the third eldest of six siblings and started my journey through life grow-ing up in Brixton South-West London, UK. I also lived with a white middle-class elderly foster family in Brighton in the South East of England. I attended a private catholic school in Brighton. At School I excelled in art, creative writing, poetry, and athletics. I experienced difficulties during my early years growing up trying to find my own identity as a young black man living in a white community in England. The conflict of the two traditions and cultures only added to the confusion and loss of identity when spending time with my biological parents and my foster family. When I moved back to London and attended Secondary School; it was at this point that I realised how my life had been affected by the collision of the two cultures and the impact that it had on me as an individual. The two areas where I grew up and the stark contrast; (one a suburban area and the other an inner city area where gangs and poverty were prevalent) only added to fuel my feelings of disparity. During my formative years; it was a struggle growing up. I suffered abuse and had to deal with many changes in my life. This led to feelings of suicide and recklessness as a teenager and the inability to trust others. Telling my story has been therapeutic and has inspired me to want to help others who have had similar experiences. The key aspect is to inform other young people that difficulties in life can be overcome if you believe in yourself. In particular, I would like to target my attention to young black men, who historically do not share their feelings of abuse. I would like to end by saying that I will continue to tell my story as an inspiration to others. That you can survive, that you will survive and that life is not fair; but all your experiences will shape who you are today and will live with you forever; but you can put all those experiences both good and bad to inform others that there is hope.

PREMIER: 13 SEPTEMBER 2014

ADDRESS: West Green Learning Centre, West Green Road, Tottenham, London N15 3QR

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A great success at the 2012 Planetary Alignment and Golden Era Anniversary 2014  #2012Alignment   

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***IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTICE***
HART CULTURE C.I.C. will re-open for business services and Community Services January 13 2015

OPENING HOURS

Monday     10.30am - 4pm
Tuesday    10.30am - 4pm
Thursday   10.30am - 4pm

Meetings must be booked 2 weeks minimum in advance on all Business Service Development matters.
Email : info@hart-culture.co.uk for New HC Business Account Applications.

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WHAT TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2015 FROM HC INTERNATIONAL
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From the #Golden year of #Alignment 2015, be ready to engage and experience how the worlds only Social Enterprise that supports 100% Positive Achievement now raise the bar beyond the dimensions of the Iron Age on the world stage, to truly lead the way in 150% Positive Achievement.

As the classic (literally) Hart Culture Scarab moves across to the Caribbeans, the US and the African Continent, be sure to see 150% Achievement wherever the #HartScarab goes! As we bring that Positive WORD to local Communities  - Staying #Positive  is staying #Golden


OUTSTANDING SERVICES

After a successful 10 years in business, We remain firm in our promise to now deliver 150% Positive Achievement in local communities and bring you above and beyond Business Service. 

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Read more about the 2012 Planetary Alignment and Golden Era Legacy :  www.returnofthegoldenrace.com

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HART CULTURE C.I.C. is said to become a top Household brand by 2020. We are celebrating 802 organic likes on Social Media today 2015.

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THE GODS ARE NOT TO BLAME

#TheGodsAreNotToBlame #HartCulture #HartofCulture #LeadingAGoldenEra #BasicArtsEducation #ArtsAndCulturalEngagement #BubblesFM #HeavyWindMedia #AfricanTheatre #GreekTragedy #LostTheatre #InspireExcellence #150PositiveAchievement  

“When the gods commend, we men must obey!” This statement from the play sums up the thrust of Ola Rotimi’s classic play, The Gods Are Not To Blame. Odewale, the central character is destined from birth to “kill his father and marry his mother…” a taboo in African socio-cultural setting. The play is based on Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex and it touches on the nerve of an African society where a man by fate is “condemned” to fail.

Thespian Family Theatre and Productions in collaboration with Heavy Wind Media Productions UK present Ola Rotimi’s The Gods Are Not To Blame at Lost Theatre, London in the last week of April 2015. Thespian Family Theatre and Productions headed by Ayo Jaiyesimi is an emerging theatre company in Lagos, Nigeria and within the shortest space of time of existence has successfully staged remarkable productions to the delights of teeming audiences. Heavy Wind Media Productions prides itself in staging classic African plays in the heart of London to reflect and re-enforce the African traditions, culture and nuances in the midst of other multi-cultural plays that fill London stages.

Dates: 26th, 27th, 28th 29th & 30th April
Time: 8pm
Tickets: Full £15 / Concession: £12
(booking fees apply 9% on-line and 5% by phone)
To book tickets either call: 020 7720 6897

http://www.thegodsarenottoblame.com
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