The N-Erd Council: Live

BABYLON SPEAKS Presents
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The N-Erd Council is a podcast run by nerds, for nerds and the nerd at heart.

Based in London, The Council (Ludo, Timi, Ryan and Imbran) bring diverse & engaging topics that veteran Nerds will enjoy and newbies will be enticed by. From Marvel, DC & Star Wars to Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and everything else in-between, The Council cover it all.

Joining The N-Erd Council will be The Other Side of 25 – a podcast featuring 5 Black British women based in London, talking about all things in life; from current affairs, friendships, relationships, dating and hair to careers, lifestyle, race and society.

The Other Side of 25 podcast use their platform to share their unapologetic conversations, views and stories with an ambition to bring together and empower others like themselves.
The podcast launched in 2018 bringing you fortnightly episodes that promises to be lively, honest discussions and debates, with a fresh perspective.

They will be premiering their first live show at BABYLON Festival and can’t wait to dissect the different aspects of nerdom in all their glory.

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Blooming gorgeous workshop with #KatieMitchell @bushtheatre yesterday afternoon. Ready to start brushing up on my h… https://t.co/6F9zudzbbp
Florence Taylor
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26 Feb
What a fantastic and inspirational directing workshop with the great Katie Mitchell! Thank you for the unique opportunity @bushtheatre 🎉
André Agius
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25 Feb
Gorgeous words of advice from absolute loves @twilkeyway @travisalabanza & my darling Josh-Susan from #ATROMFhttps://t.co/Yk5CDgSMKY
Barry Fitzgerald
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25 Feb
Beautiful advice from our gorgeous Josh-Susan Enright. And the wonderful @twilkeyway and @travisalabanza. What a dr… https://t.co/FtMQwK6Cf1
Outbox Theatre
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25 Feb
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25 Feb
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28 Jan

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