WUKA joins forces with Bloody Good Period ambassador Clara Amfo to launch the first-ever Bloody Good Music, with headline music from award-winning singer-songwriter Joy Crookes.
Friday, October 21
Lafayette Club, N1C 4DP
Doors Open at 6 pm
Radio broadcaster, TV presenter and Bloody Good Period Ambassador, Clara Amfo, is working with us as part of a joint mission to obliterate period shame, improve access to menstrual products for all, and just to help everyone have a bloody good time!
"I am so excited to bring Bloody Good Music to life with Bloody Good Period and WUKA"
Joy Crookes will headline the Bloody Good Music night, bringing her eclectic music taste to the fore.
Bloody Good Music Line Up
Singer-songwriterJoy CrookesBrit Awards Rising Star nominated artist released her critically acclaimed debut album, Skins, in October 2021
BBC Radio 1 PresenterClara AmfoAward-winning radio broadcaster, television presenter, podcast host and voice-over artist
BBC Radio 1 PresenterArielle FreeCelebrated Electronic house DJ, Broadcaster and podcast host
BBC Radio 1Xtra PresenterTiffany CalverRadio DJ and presenter. Her 1Xtra Rap Show was awarded "Best Radio Show" by British magazine DJMag
BBC Radio 1 PresenterJaguar BinghamDJ and radio presenter of the Introducing Dance show on Sunday nights
About Bloody Good Period
Bloody Good Period (BGP) is a charity that fights for menstrual equity and the rights of all people who bleed. Many refugees, people in the asylum system and those living in poverty simply cannot afford period products. People who menstruate often suffer because of the culture of embarrassment and shame that exists around this completely natural, biological process. No one should be at a disadvantage just because they menstruate.
BGP gives period products to those who can’t afford them and provide menstrual education to those less likely, or at a disadvantage to accessing it. They’re also helping to open up the conversation about periods and menstrual health.
BGP has worked with more than 100 partners around the country, distributing essential period products via food banks, drop-in centres for refugees and asylum seekers, community organisations and family support groups. The charity was founded by Gabby Jahanshahi-Edlin six years ago, and in that time has distributed over 250,000 packs of menstrual supplies throughout the UK.