Events & Workshops

Featuring Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf

All Events featuring Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf

‘So At One with You’ Anthology Launch at City Hall, London

‘So At One with You’ Anthology Launch at City Hall, London

This special evening celebrates the launch of ‘So At One with You’, an anthology of poems translated by Poetry Translation Centre and Kayd for Somali Week Festival over the last 10 years.

The Chamber
City hall
The Queen's Walk
London
SE1 2AA
Verve Poetry Festival - The Sea-Migrations Reading

Verve Poetry Festival - The Sea-Migrations Reading

A bilingual event with Somali poet Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf and her poet-translator Clare Pollard reading a selection of poems from Asha Lul’s collection ‘The Sea-Migrations’.

Waterstones
24-26 High Street
Birmingham
B4 7SL
Sheffield -Reading from The Sea-Migrations

Sheffield -Reading from The Sea-Migrations

Part of: The Sea-Migrations Tour

Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf reads alongside leading English poet Clare Pollard, who shares her English translations of Asha Lul’s poems. This bilingual reading celebrates their long-standing friendship and collaboration.

Burngreave Library
Sorby House, 42 Spital Hill
Sheffield
S4 7LG
Sheffield - Poetry Writing & Translating Workshop

Sheffield - Poetry Writing & Translating Workshop

Part of: The Sea-Migrations Tour

Asha Lul Mohamud and Clare Pollard have recently collaborated on a new collection of poems in English translation. Join them for an informal workshop to explore the art of writing and translating poetry.

ISRAAC Somali Community Centre
54 Cemetery Road
Sheffield
S11 8FP
Manchester - The Sea-Migrations Launch at Central Library

Manchester - The Sea-Migrations Launch at Central Library

Part of: The Sea-Migrations Tour

Asha reads alongside leading poet Clare Pollard, who shares her brand-new English translations of Asha’s poems. This bilingual reading celebrates the long-standing friendship and collaboration between these two poets, and marks the publication of The Sea-Migrations.

Central Library
St Peter's Square
City Centre
Manchester
M2 5PD
Somali Bristol Festival 2016 Event.

Somali Bristol Festival 2016 Event.

Freedom of expression is fundamental to the flourishing of creativity and literacy. Historically, both in the UK and the Somali regions, individuals and groups have battled to protect this right from the encroaching power of the state, conservative groups, and economic and political powers.

The City Academy
Russell Town Avenue
Redfield
Bristol
BS5 9JH
Culture in Translation: Somali Week London Event

Culture in Translation: Somali Week London Event

Somali culture has two lives. It lives both in the Somali language and in translation. It comes from Somali people writing in many different languages and making connections between Somali culture and the wider world. Join Somali Nuruddin Farah and poets Mahamed Mahamud Yasiin “Dheeg”, Caasha Lul Mohamad Yusuf and Elmi Ali for an evening focused on Somali Culture and Translation.

Oxford House
Derbyshire Street
London
E2 6HG
Somali Week 2012 Women’s Night

Somali Week 2012 Women’s Night

An evening in celebration of Somali women artists, writers, film-makers and academics, featuring Clare Pollard and Caasha Lul Mohamad Yusuf

Oxford House
Bethnal Green
Derbyshire Street
London
E2 6HG