Following a successful pilot, the (un)Heard Words project will return for another six weeks programme in the Summer of 2018.

Founded by Mohamed Mohamed in 2015, the (un)Heard Words is a project aimed at young emerging wordsmiths from different faith backgrounds, exploring how faith plays a role in their everyday lives through the art form of [performance] poetry.


The project will be providing an opportunity for young poets to develop their writing and performing skills through workshops over a six week period, followed by a spoken word showcase.


The (un)Heard Words project aims to unite voices that are often ‘unheard’, creating a safe space to give young people of faith the platform to creatively express themselves through words.


We are currently running these poetry workshops in South West London. To register your interest for the next intake of poets for the summer 2018 programme, please email us at: