Sundays can be a bit of a downer.
And for some reason, time seems to always move at warp speed, especially when thoughts of work and planning the week ahead start to gather at the fringes of your mind, taking away the meant-to-be relaxing part of your valuable time off work.
O’Sho has the perfect solution to keep you contented and carefree for just a little longer every Sunday; a jazzy open mic of music and poetry.
“This moment on a Sunday is yours,” said the zen masters on Instagram, inviting poets, singers, rappers, writers, slammers, cyphers specialists, and readers of all languages to come and share their art at the weekly Spoken Soul Sundays starting from this Sunday, January 22nd.
If you’re not up for drinking on a school night, the Barrack Street bar has a delightful selection of teas and even serves non-alcoholic gin and tonics, which are just as tasty as the real thing, so you’ll be able to chill out without the hangover.
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Spoken Soul Sunday’s starts 4pm with Mr Velvin Lamont and DJ Gwada Mike hosting the session until 8pm. O’Sho is located on Barrack Street and is open from 1pm every Sunday afternoon.