Seasons of love - monthly talks & socials

 

Our monthly socials series is hosted at Hackney Attic, 270 Mare St, London E8 1HE. The venue is wheelchair accessible via a platform lift, with disabled and gender neutral toilets. Open to all people over 18.  Price £5 advance, £3 students/unemployed. £10 on the door. Book tickets.

In the first half of the evening, discover something amazing with a talk from someone with a fascinating perspective on love, relationships, sexuality, kink or intimacy. 

In the second, meet and team up with other guests on a practical exercise / mini workshop / quiz. Plus general socialising in the breaks. 

For updates specifically on the Seasons of Love talks/socials, join our Meetup group.

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Next event: Wed 30th august 2017

doors 7pm, talks from 7.45pm

arian b - sex & money

summer house weekend - q & a

 

ARIAN B - SEX & MONEY (7.45pm approx - arrive any time)

Arian brings an empowering and creative approach to accounting. Their original entrée to accounting was through community finance and local money initiatives, and they reject the monopolistic enclosure of professional knowledge, believing that knowledge and skills around finance and tax should be widely available. Fascinated by similarities in cultural attitudes to both money and sex, they’re passionate about applying sex-positive technologies to our relationship with money.  They aim to harness their race, class and gender privileges for benefit of the queer and conscious sex communities in which they live and work. 

Sex and money have many similar resonances in Western culture, so what might we be able to bring from conscious sex community and intimacy work to help us open up new spaces in our relationship with money? This talk offers a different context for framing our relationship with money and then covers two areas: Familiarity with processing shame assists us to reduce the emotional load we place on money and hence clear the way for a more pragmatic approach. And adeptness with personal boundaries can help us negotiate more intricate financial collaborations with greater confidence.

SUMMER HOUSE WEEKEND - Q & A (8.45pm approx - arrive any time)

Summer House Weekend takes places from the 17th through the 21st of August 2017. At this Q & A session with Tobias and some of the team you will have the opportunity to offer constructive feedback and ask the questions you have always wanted answered. 

The weekend programme is packed with workshops, performances and time to do whatever your heart pleases. For some guests it takes a bit of time and distance after the weekend to process and reflect on their time at Summer House Weekend. We offered this session for the first time last year, and it proved a great way for guests to re-connect and share. Equally importantly it gives the SHW team a chance to hear directly from you, the community we serve!

 


Tickets are £5 in advance (£3 concessions) or £10 on the door.

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PRICES, TIMES, ADDRESS, FOOD

Doors 7pm, talks from around 7.45pm, end around 10.30pm. Feel free to arrive at any time.

Tickets can be booked on the Hackney Attic website (regular advance and discount student/unemployed tickets)

OR if you want to use PayPal or if you're a Meetup member, order here (advance tickets only)

Address: Hackney Attic, Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street, London E8 1HE. Nearest transport: Hackney Central Overground.

All areas of the building are accessible to customers with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. The Hackney Attic bar is accessible by an additional wheelchair lift.

In the breaks and afterwards there will be a chance to get drinks and chat to other guests. There is food available downstairs in the lobby of the Hackney Picturehouse, and you're welcome to bring it upstairs.

Tickets are £5 in advance (£3 concessions or £10 on the door.
Tickets here 
[Hackney Attic tickets] [Meetup]


 

FUTURE DATES


20 September 2017
18 October 2017
15 November 2017
20 December 2017

 

PREVIOUS EVENTS

26 July 2017

CHRIS CAMBELL LOVING MORE

IAN STREET PLAY

 

21 june 2017

rosie wilby is monogamy dead?

bridget minamore writing and talking about love and sex

 

17 May 2017

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ada cable from commune to village

gary winer the negative aspects of love

 

19 April 2017

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julia samuel on how grief works

kim letizia & phillipa G with a mini vagina workshop

 

15 MARCH 2017

MATHILDA GREGORY ON FAT and FAT BODIES

RUBYYY JONES ON SHAKING OFF THE PATRIARCHY THROUGH BURLESQUE

 

1st FEBRUARY 2017

 

ITZI ON FEMALE TO MALE STRAP-ON SEX and FORCED-BI SCENARIOS IN FEMDOM

JET MOON on THE HOWS AND WHYS OF 'TALKING DIRTY'

 

14th DECEMBER 2016

 

bisi alimi on his thought provoking experiences of lgbt life in nigeria

raCHEL COOKE ON DEVELOPING TRUST AND COMMUNICATION IN OPEN, POLY AND MONOGAMOUS RELATIONSHIPS

 

23RD NOVEMBER 2016

 

KATE MONRO ON 'WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ASK PEOPLE ABOUT THEIR VIRGINITY?'

ALIX FOX 'TIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH!' AN ENTERTAINING AND INFORMATIVE GAME-STYLED TALK

 

21ST SEPTEMBER 2016

 

 

David stuart - from 56 dean street - on chemsex and the gay community

 

20th july 2016

 

 

justin hancock & Meg-john barker - author, rewriting the rules - talk and workshop on 'how to make your own relationship user guide'

 

15th june 2016

 

 

H howitt on 'binary busting' and sexpectations in a binary world

tasha marks from avm curiosities - historical aphrodisiac tasting workshop

 

24th may 2016

 

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tania glyde 'are you stuck on the sex escalator?'

dean peters & the wellbeing team - workshop on building your own 'sex menu'