Photo booth images and tickets for Together 2018 on sale

A big thank you to all of you for making Together 2017 such a success!

❤ Photo booth pictures are ready!

We’ve finally sifted through all the evidence from last years party (thousands and thousands of photos!) and, after a little light editing for decency, you can see them all in this film

We've saved all the individual photos for you here.

A massive thanks to our friend at Hoi Polloi for bringing the photo-booth (not to mention their gorgeous marquee and tons of other good stuff) that helped to make the party so special.

❤ Tickets for 2018

The time has come! Tickets for next year's party are avallable now.
There are early-bird tickets available for those that need them but please remember if you miss out that every penny we make goes straight to where it's needed most, making sure our little friends in Kampala get a decent start in life.

❤ Finally, THANK YOU again!

Without your friendship, love, support snd contributions Together just would be able to happen.

We're already looking to dancing with you again in August 2018.



Together in Kampala 2017

Here is a little taster from a very special party at the beach with children Awamu work with in Kampala.

It was an absolute joy to be in Kampala to make sure the second leg of Together 2017 went with a splash!

With your suppport we were able to put on a beach party for over 120 kids, giving the children that Awamu works with a magical and rare day out.

Love and thanks to everyone who was at Together for making this possible.

More dance offs and beach larks photos and films to come soon ❤️🙏

Awamu radio

A cracking first day of podcast/radio show making and training with Awamu's kids in in Bwaise, Kampala today.

Here are just some of the stars whos shows will be coming to you via Awamu Radio soon...

Thank you to all friends of Together and Awamu who made it possible to get our pilot podcast/radio project off the ground in Kampala yesterday.


Thank you

As you know, Together is not just a beautiful excuse to get our friends together in a field, it’s a party with far reaching impact.

It is with a great deal of excitement and gratitude that we can now tell you that you’ve helped to raise over £20,000 for Awamu’s work in Uganda.

This vital fund will be put straight to work helping to ensure women like Nabuule (who you can meet i this film) can continue the crucial, life-saving work they do in their community.

Nabuule and volunteers like her, are the driving force behind transforming the lives of children like Fahad and Shifra in the slums of Bwaise and Kikoni.

By being part of Together, you make it possible for children like Shifra and Fahad to get an education, to be healthy and be part of a family that loves them.

Our hearts are full of joy and admiration for the support given by all of you.

A massive thank you to everyone who helped us make Together such an amazing event.

With special thanks to our friends at Indie Brands, Henricks, Patron, Jack Daniels Aspalls, Matusalem, CarielVodka , The Canton Tea Company amongst others who generously donated so much stock and made it possible for us to sell delicious drinks at proper prices whist helping us to raise these urgently needed funds.

You guys took it seriously when we asked you to visit the café and bars as frequently as possible!

Thank you.

Read more about our chairty Awamu and how the funds will be used here.


Together's life-changing raffle


Be in with a chance of winning one of our fabulous prizes and help change lives!

£50 voucher to spend at Liberty, Champagne, crate of specialist ales, delicious hamper, books, music and much, much more. 

Just £1 per tickets or a strip for £4, buy them from the Awamu Cafe. The draw will take place on Sunday at Together. 

All funds raised will go directly to Awamu's work with children in the slums of Kampala. 

Sunday breakfast cinema at Together

Start your Sunday at Together slowly in the Awamu cafe.

Bring your pillows and sleeping bags and join us for our Sunday breakfast cinema club, we'll be serving up much needed teas, coffees and breakfast and screening animated favorites from Aardman at 9.30am followed by the enchanting, funny and moving film, Queen of Katwee. 

We love the film, and our friends at Magic Lantern Film Club recently put on a screening for hundreds of children in Bwaise, the community where Awamu works.

The children were joined for a surprise visit Madina Nalwanga who plays Phiona in the film who answered all their questions and stayed to watch the film with them.

We look forward to having breakfast with you and hope you enjoy the movie as much as these guys. 



Eating Together

We've searched high and low to bring you the cream of the street food crop!

We’ve had demands from small children, they said the only thing missing last year was pizza. So our friends at Crust Conductor will be joining us to serve up their delicious wood fired pizza, and on a bus!

Ruperts Street will be treating us to their wholesome, seasonal and organic vegetarian and vegan street food and we’re looking forward to sharing an artisan goats milk ice cream or two from Ganders Green.

And, of course, the Awamu café will be serving up classics, homemade cakes, toasted crumpets, teas and artisan coffees and much, much more.

All have offered to do child sized portions if needed.