“I have some food in my bag for you
Not that edible food, the food you eat
No, I have some food for thought.”
– Erykah Badu
Food For Thought is our take on afternoon tea, an opportunity to feed our bellies and minds every Thursday here at Impact Hub Birmingham.
Join us as we gather around the workbench and discuss key themes and ideas each week, hosted by the community over tea and cake!
This week Impact Hub Birmingham team member Nikki Bi will bringing her role as Birmingham Literature Festival’s Reader in Residence a bit closer to home and she will be hosting a special Food for Thought with Immy Kaur on Wendy Mitchell’s book Somebody I Used To Know.
What do you lose when you lose your memories? What do you value when this loss reframes how you’ve lived, and how you will live in the future? How do you conceive of love when you can no longer recognise those who are supposed to mean the most to you?
Join the Impact Hub Birmingham community for a special Food for Thought, where we explore the themes of Wendy Mitchell’s book as written by Anna Wharton. Somebody I Used To Know is a ground breaking book, the first memoir ever written by someone living with Dementia. Immy Kaur will also be sharing her experience of living with her granddad who lived with dementia for many years.
If you can’t make it to this Food for Thought, do book tickets to hear from Wendy Mitchell and Anna Wharton on Sunday 7th October at Birmingham Literature Festival.
Food for Thought is free for Impact Hub Birmingham members to attend and £5 for non members.
If you’re not a member, you can book your ticket via Eventbrite here.
If you are interested in hosting a conversation or activity of your own at a future Food For Thought, please do get in touch.
Birmingham Literature Festival present 10 days of inspiring, thought-provoking and entertaining events in venues across Birmingham city centre, which not only showcase great books and writers from the UK and abroad, but also create space to bring people together for great conversation and ideas.
This year’s Festival Programme is packed with a events celebrating words, books and ideas in many forms. The Festival has sought out the most exciting up-and-coming writers alongside well-established names, with events including panel discussions, author talks and new book launches, writing workshops, nature walks and a trip on-board a narrowboat. Performance also plays a huge part in this year’s festival, with shows that fuse theatre, music and storytelling, and others that combine poetry and even live cooking on stage. Check out the Festival website for details of the programme!Back to all Events