For poet, artist and performer Chloe Filani, poetry is a form of therapeutic journaling. Her work explores her lived experience as a Black Trans woman of Nigerian Heritage Yoruba. Poppy sat down with Chloe to learn more about her journey of self-expression through sound, folktales and her performance.
This weekend folks around the world will enjoy Halloween, yet many of us are unaware of the origins of this annual celebration. The way we honour this date in the modern day is a blend of thousands of years of indigenous and pagan traditions, spanning the globe. Sade Buari takes us through the history of this auspicious date.
For this piece, we take a look at the evolution and importance of the role of ceremony and ritual in today’s society, guest written by two of the most significant ceremonial leaders in the UK: J Julia and Dainei Tracy.
This Saturday, the 1st of May, will see the arrival of Beltane, or May Day, as it is also known. The day's origins can be traced back to Celtic times, in which 'Bel' was a deity known as the 'Bright One' and 'teine' came from the Gaelic word for fire; when combined, they create 'Bright Fire', which is one of the most important rituals of this day.
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