Good Night In is a new series of free online workshops and skillshares.

Physical distance; social solidarity!

The night time communities we support have been heavily impacted by Covid-19. As we cannot safely deliver workshops during this time, we have created a new online space to learn together: Good Night In.

From wider political education to practical support, our diverse programme will ask: how do we build our liberated future for nightlife and beyond? Our trainers and other guests will be facilitating this series informal yet structured video workshops, skill sharing on a range of topics.

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Our workshops are all free to sign up for (donations encouraged!) and some will have limited capacity. Check out the listings below to join a call and get involved.

What Who When Register

Self-massage in Quarantine by Aisha Mirza (trauma-informed Indian Head Masseuse)

Indian head massage is an ancient South Asian form of physical therapy which includes massaging your scalp, head, neck, shoulders & / or face. It’s really good for relaxation, reducing tension / stress & improving sleep / blood flow. In this workshop you’ll learn some simple, soothing massage techniques for use on yourself and others!

Aisha Mirza they / them Wed 15 July 2020
18:00 BST
Register here for Self-massage in Quarantine by Aisha Mirza (trauma-informed Indian Head Masseuse)

Crime, Punishment and Feminism: Exploring Feminist's Investments in Prisons and Carceral Politics

This talk will explore the history of carceral feminism in the UK, a type of “feminism” which believes in prisons as a solution to violence. We will question the carceral beliefs that many of us invest in and hold on to, with the aim of exploring the ways we can start to let go of carcerality.

molly ackhurst she / her / they / them Wed 08 July 2020
18:00 BST
Register here for Crime, Punishment and Feminism: Exploring Feminist's Investments in Prisons and Carceral Politics

Feminist Self-Defence

This feminist self-defence workshop is aimed at anyone who has experienced gendered harassment or assault. It will cover how to: hit, block, correct body language, escape common holds. You will need a partner and a pillow/cushion for this workshop.

Giulia Tanasi she/her Wed 10 June 2020
18:00 BST

Life of the Party? Harm Reduction and Nightlife

Join Good Night Out Vancouver as they walk us through the basics of risk reduction related to alcohol and other substances, including how to spot trouble signs, overdoses and supporting folks who are experiencing challenging psycho-active effects.

Stacey Forrester she/her Wed 03 June 2020
18:30 BST

Self-massage in Quarantine by Aisha Mirza (trauma-informed Indian Head Masseuse)

Indian head massage is an ancient South Asian form of physical therapy which includes massaging your scalp, head, neck, shoulders & / or face. It’s really good for relaxation, reducing tension / stress & improving sleep / blood flow. In this workshop you’ll learn some simple, soothing massage techniques for use on yourself and others!

Aisha Mirza they / them Sun 24 May 2020
18:00 BST

Crime, Punishment and Feminism: Exploring Feminist's Investments in Prisons and Carceral Politics

This talk will explore the history of carceral feminism in the UK, a type of “feminism” which believes in prisons as a solution to violence. We will question the carceral beliefs that many of us invest in and hold on to, with the aim of exploring the ways we can start to let go of carcerality.

molly ackhurst she / her / they / them Wed 06 May 2020
18:00 BST

Let’s Talk Mental Wellbeing Shall We?

This interactive and modular workshop, hosted by a trained mental health first aider, will explore mental wellbeing during lockdown, what mental wellbeing means to us individually and how we can use simple steps to check in with our own mental wellbeing and the mental wellbeing of those in our community.

Richie Benson he / him Thu 30 April 2020
18:00 BST

Pranayama Workshop with Natalie Armitage

This class will teach you the history, value and techniques to practice Pranayama, the practice of breath control; which has been handed down by generations that is useful, and—at the moment—extremely relevant. Come breathe, relax, learn and build your courage and immunity to face the unknown.

Natalie Armitage she / her Sun 26 April 2020
12:00 BST
  1. Self-massage in Quarantine by Aisha Mirza (trauma-informed Indian Head Masseuse)

    they / them
    Wed 15 July 2020
    18:00 BST

    Indian head massage is an ancient South Asian form of physical therapy which includes massaging your scalp, head, neck, shoulders & / or face. It’s really good for relaxation, reducing tension / stress & improving sleep / blood flow. In this workshop you’ll learn some simple, soothing massage techniques for use on yourself and others!

  2. Crime, Punishment and Feminism: Exploring Feminist's Investments in Prisons and Carceral Politics

    she / her / they / them
    Wed 08 July 2020
    18:00 BST

    This talk will explore the history of carceral feminism in the UK, a type of “feminism” which believes in prisons as a solution to violence. We will question the carceral beliefs that many of us invest in and hold on to, with the aim of exploring the ways we can start to let go of carcerality.

  3. Feminist Self-Defence

    she/her
    Wed 10 June 2020
    18:00 BST

    This feminist self-defence workshop is aimed at anyone who has experienced gendered harassment or assault. It will cover how to: hit, block, correct body language, escape common holds. You will need a partner and a pillow/cushion for this workshop.

  4. Life of the Party? Harm Reduction and Nightlife

    she/her
    Wed 03 June 2020
    18:30 BST

    Join Good Night Out Vancouver as they walk us through the basics of risk reduction related to alcohol and other substances, including how to spot trouble signs, overdoses and supporting folks who are experiencing challenging psycho-active effects.

  5. Self-massage in Quarantine by Aisha Mirza (trauma-informed Indian Head Masseuse)

    they / them
    Sun 24 May 2020
    18:00 BST

    Indian head massage is an ancient South Asian form of physical therapy which includes massaging your scalp, head, neck, shoulders & / or face. It’s really good for relaxation, reducing tension / stress & improving sleep / blood flow. In this workshop you’ll learn some simple, soothing massage techniques for use on yourself and others!

  6. Crime, Punishment and Feminism: Exploring Feminist's Investments in Prisons and Carceral Politics

    she / her / they / them
    Wed 06 May 2020
    18:00 BST

    This talk will explore the history of carceral feminism in the UK, a type of “feminism” which believes in prisons as a solution to violence. We will question the carceral beliefs that many of us invest in and hold on to, with the aim of exploring the ways we can start to let go of carcerality.

  7. Let’s Talk Mental Wellbeing Shall We?

    he / him
    Thu 30 April 2020
    18:00 BST

    This interactive and modular workshop, hosted by a trained mental health first aider, will explore mental wellbeing during lockdown, what mental wellbeing means to us individually and how we can use simple steps to check in with our own mental wellbeing and the mental wellbeing of those in our community.

  8. Pranayama Workshop with Natalie Armitage

    she / her
    Sun 26 April 2020
    12:00 BST

    This class will teach you the history, value and techniques to practice Pranayama, the practice of breath control; which has been handed down by generations that is useful, and—at the moment—extremely relevant. Come breathe, relax, learn and build your courage and immunity to face the unknown.

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