A Celebration of London’s Talent

The Spotlight Sessions are a series of shows showcasing some of the best musical, spoken word, and comedic talent London has to offer.

Each Spotlight Session will be hosted at a Black Owned Business, bridging a variety of communities, creating lasting moments as well as digital content that will generate impact and buzz for both business and artist.

3 Incredible showcases

Black Businesses

Community Driven

& a Grand Stand Final


The Sessions

Ma Petite Jamaica

Wednesday 26th October



Ayannas London

Tuesday 1st November



Hacha Bar

Tuesday 8th November



The Final

Samsung KX

Wednesday 30th November 

Watch the Final live from 7:30pm


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The Niche Co

Amanda Miles Ricketts, is the founder of The Niche Company.

The Niche Co. offer a range of herbal teas using a specially designed formula of medicinal natural herbs

Rhythm Kitchen

Rhythm KitchenEast LondonDelroy Dixon has created a brand that looks to uphold his heritageThe...

By Dose

Diana Dube has built a Shoe brand much adored by the powerhouse magazines.


PrickldnEast londonGynelle Leon has created a store to help bring variety to the home &...

Sika Designs

Phyllis Taylor, is the creative director of ethical fashion brand Sika Designs, which she founded in 2005. Her clothes combine traditional African prints with modern cuts and are made sustainably in Ghana.

Grass Fields

Founded by Christelle and Michelle Nganhou, twin sisters from Cameroon, Grass-fields was created with a simple aim to put the love back into African print clothing again.

Jamaica Patty Co

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Simply Gorgeous

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Pitt Balm

Courtney, the founder, read a number of articles about the potential harmful effects of aluminium salts in deodorant and decided to make the switch to something more natural.

Eat Of Eden

Basil Linx and his business partners have created what is now a household name, this is especially true of the growing community of health conscious diners in the capital.

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