In Conversation with Kodo Nishimura | London | 29th March

London, UK

WC
202 reviews
Mar 29, 2022
Group size: 1 - 30
In Conversation with Kodo Nishimura | London | 29th March
London, UK

202 reviews

£NaN
Mar 29, 2022
Group size: 1 - 30

About this trip

A live talk with Kodo Nishimura - LGBTQIA+ Activist, make-up artist, and Buddhist Monk. Tash Thomas will be speaking to Kodo about the launch of their new book, This Monk Wears Heels. Join us at Locke Hotel in Bermondsey for an evening of inspiring conversation and networking. 



Date : Tuesday 29th March

Time : 18:30 - 20:00 UKT (GMT) 

Location : Bermonds Locke, Tower Bridge. 

Address: 157 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3LW

Audience : LGBTQIA+

Cost : We are offering a sliding scale donation for tickets, starting from £10.


We will be making a donation from this event to one of our charity partners. 


About Kodo Nishimura

Kodo Nishimura rose to fame following their appearance in Queer Eye: We're in Japan. Now this celebrity make-up artist and ordained Buddhist monk shares their unique and practical guide to positivity and self-acceptance. Guest will get to ask questions and learn from the author's path to self-love and resilience and modern take on Buddhist teachings.

Donations and Subsidies

This workshop is donation-based. We simply ask you pay what you can afford. 


Do we offer subsidies?

Yes! We understand that not everyone is in a position to afford this programme with everything going on right now. For this reason we do also welcome subsidy requests from those individuals who are not able to make a donation.


Get in touch to find out more: hello@wecreatespace.co

What’s included

  • Medical Insurance
    Suitable and relevant medical insurance to be provided by participant.
  • Refreshments

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Reviews

Great event! I learned a lot! Was great to hear so many varying perspectives. It was also reassuring to hear from different people how they are all winging it to some extent, but feel motivated by their experiences to stand up and make change. Having now attended a number of We Create Space events, I can't recommend them enough!
By Ant C for Queer Leadership Summit 2022 🏳️‍🌈 on 16 May, 2022
The workshop did not really have a Corporate perspective, which was the reason why I participated. Too many sessions on breathing etc., 1 was enough. Content definitely interesting.
By Unilever for Queer Leadership Summit 2022 🏳️‍🌈 on 16 May, 2022
Hello! Thanks for your feedback. We're very sorry to hear that our event didn't meet your expectations. We'll reach out to you directly, and if you are open to it we'd love to speak to better understand your comments. We are always looking to improve the delivery of our sessions.
By WE CREATE SPACE on 16 May, 2022
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Had an amazing time at this workshop! Bee was really insightful and the team were incredibly welcoming. The group I was in was so much fun, and we all walked away with a piece of art unique to us as well as some takeaways on always being our authentic selves!
By Sydney B for Talk and Workshop with Bee Illustrates | London | 28th April on 04 May, 2022
This was such a fantastic workshop from start to finish. The organisation and lead up was helpful and informative. From arrival everyone was so friendly and welcoming which is great if you are going on your own. It felt like a very safe space and to have everyone there for the same reason was great. The workshop itself was really good. Well thought through, interesting with time for discussion and self reflection. And whilst I'm not a morning person, it was great to be up early and really get into it.
By Miles Z for What's My Purpose? | London Workshop | 26th Feb 2022 on 13 Mar, 2022
A wonderful embodied “dance”between celebration of main highlights from the past year and the projection of next year’s main ideas/plans. I could enjoy the felt sense of a virtual community of likeminded queers, sometimes quite far in physical distance, still in any case interconnected in dreams, wishes and past celebrations!
By Bers G for My Queer Year in Review | Free Workshop | 16th Dec 2021 on 26 Dec, 2021
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I highly recommend We Create Space! I participated in a 2-day 'Who Am I?' Virtual Queer Leadership Retreat with other Queer leaders and it was truly transformational–I left forever changed. The intentional and purposeful programming by Michael and Maylis was so meaningful and well structured. The biggest draw for me was the community care and networking opportunity of being able to see and hear from other queer folx. This is what has been the hardest for me to find in my own personal journey.
By Luke L on 28 Jul, 2021
The workshop I attended literally created space in both my body and mind for exploration, curiosity and openness. It was wonderfully facilitated, inspired immensely by the speakers' talks and other queer participants sharings. It shifted the way I saw different aspects of my life and opened the room for more discovery. Definitely recommended to all queer people who want to learn more and increase their inner potential!
By Bers G on 09 Jul, 2021
I took part in a weekend Who Am I? retreat and highly recommend it. The group size is intimate so never feels too daunting and you're able to build connections well. Maylis was a fantastic organiser - felt there was great communication from pre-booking right through to afterwards. Michael is a fantastic host, he leads the retreat with from a place of kindness, vulnerability and openness I find really commendable. Whether you're new to self exploration or a seasoned pro - I think this is worth doing.
By Jamie M on 01 Sep, 2020
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