Attending Divas of Colour? Important details to note.
We’re greatly thankful that you bought your ticket to attend this year’s Divas of Colour International Women’s Festival. This 4th edition has come at the right time when it has become more than necessary that we highlight the best of women from all walks of life. In honour of our fallen partner Dr Nkem who lost the fight to cancer last year, we have dedicated this year’s event to the topic she was most passionate about – Healthy Lifestyle, with much focus on raising awareness on gynaecological cancers with our chosen charity; Cysters.
Event schedule and activities. What time should I arrive for the event?
The below details will explain for you which event time to attend.
If you have bought an all day ticket, then you can attend all event.
If you ordered a day only ticket, you will attend the 12 to 5pm.
If you ordered award only ticket, then you will be arriving at 5pm.
If you have any questions, contact us via email – firstname.lastname@example.org or call – 02035321354.
Conference: Time: 12 – 2pm – Theme – Gynaecological Cancers and women’s health.
“This conference explores the issues about cancer in women. Discussions will revolve around screening, risk minimisation, prevention and management. Other important discussion points will include the holistic approach to the management of cancer and living life to the fullest after surviving cancer. The conference is open to both women and men. Please purchase your tickets. The conference promises to throw more light on this sensitive topic.” – Prof Rotimi Jaiyesimi.
Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi – Obsterics and Gynaecologist, Visiting Professor University of Sunderland and University of Ibadan Nigeria.
Hon. Cecilia Ogwal – 70year old Ugandan opposition leader and women’s advocate – Former mis s Uganda .
Dr Brighton Chireka – GP and Clinical Lead.
Other speakers include, Neelam Heera founder Cysters, Charlotte Crowl Cancer survivor, etc. At the end of each presentation, audience will have the opportunity to ask questions .
The Fashion Show – 2-5pm (Red Carpet reception , networking, media interviews; 2 – 3pm )
The Divas of Colour 2017 Fashion Show is a major element of the Forum and will showcase women, through fashion, as powerful, focused, determined, thriving, stylish, modern – and in control. From office power dressing to red carpet classics or cultural prints – the idea is to present women in their most perfect form as leaders – or at least successful – in their fields. The fashion designers at this year’s showcase combine both emerging and established brands across ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear.
Firmly established as an authority in the fashion industry, the Divas of Colour fashion show will attract an audience of UK and international buyers and press.
The Divas of Colour Awards Ceremony – 5-10pm (Red carpet, media event, networking, dinning starts from 5pm to 6pm)
The Divas of Colour Awards are open to women of all backgrounds and achievements, and aim to uplift and uphold a hugely positive image of women around the world.
Can children attend the event? Yes. Children between 5 to 10 years go free. Children about 10 will have to buy their full ticket.
Is there parking? Yes there’s a limited free parking space within the venue. If you require parking, please contact us asap to reserve your space. (Parking reservation is now full. If you haven’t told us earlier, I’m afraid our slot of 30 is now full.)
Nearest Train station is Oval station on the northern line. Then about 2 minutes walk to the venue inside the cricket stadium – Entrance – Alec Stewart Gate.
Kia Oval surrey cricket stadium, London SE11 5SS
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For live updates and quick response to all your questions and to stay updated, connect with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook – @DivasofColour.
Use the hashtag – #DivasofColour2017 #Slayinhealth We can no longer wait to see you.
Members of the media who wish to attend please email us for your press passes. – email@example.com
Let us know which activity you wish to come for.
MBW PR Communication team.
Event manager – Gayle Thompson.
Assistants – Tola Lawal and Caroline Obong.