1 October 2022
Mo has been a Lambeth resident for over 28 years and wears many different hats.
These hats include: being an officer of the Supreme Court of England and Wales, practising as a child, civil and human rights lawyer in a career spanning 31 years; an advocate for charity through her work with the Woman’s Equality Party; a mother/ guardian of three children; a director of a charitable organisation with the objective of raising awareness of the importance of building emotional intelligence and resilience; a workshop facilitator of growth and expansion in personal development; a strong voice for those unable to use their own; a community radio broadcaster; a netballer; a community school governor; and a volunteer for many charities, including one especially close to Mo’s heart: Vauxhall City Farm.
What many do not know about Mo is that she has a talent. Mo has a voice, soulful voice and a resonant, natural instrument. With little training, Mo has developed a unique way of using this voice and understands the importance of sharing her gift.
Mo sings acapella and will take her audience on a journey – a journey to Love. Mo’s only request is that you close your eyes, open your heart, and let her voice, her gift, inspire you.
This is Mo’s first acapella adventure with the gift of her voice, and she hopes that her audience will enjoy the experience, as well as helping to raise money for Vauxhall City Farm, an educational charity in the heart of London.
Mo thanks Faith’s Place and Vauxhall City Farm for this opportunity.
The event will be held at Faith’s Place, the bar at Vauxhall City Farm, on Saturday 1st October. It will be the first in a series of events celebrating Black History Month 2022.
Please RSVP via Eventbrite by clicking here, tickets are free, but there will be opportunities to donate on the night.
Any questions, please email: email@example.com.