In the midst of sadness let us be joyful, in the midst of division let us show unity, in the midst of hate let us show love. In doing so, we are heaping burning coals on the heads of the enemy!

It is an honour for CultureTree to be part of Westminster City Council’s inaugural #MyWestminster Day taking place on Sunday 18th June at Paddington Recreation Ground. The event marks the #GreatGetTogether, where neighbours get together as part of a national celebration of everything we have in common in memory of Jo Cox MP.

Following Jo Cox’s horrific murder in June 2016 and the recent tragic attacks in Manchester, London and around the world by a group perpetuating hate and terror, #WeStandTogether! This event and many more planned across the city is a chance for us to showcase our diverse neighbourhoods, cultures & faith and what makes London such a vibrant city. It’s a chance for us to show that we stand for unity & peace!

The event is free! There will be free food tasters from around the world, live entertainment & lots of free activities for the whole family.

CultureTree will be providing entertainment on the Band Stand. We are so excited and looking forward to the event!

Here’s a video of what you can expect from us on the day.

At Pop Up Africa’s #AfricaatSpitalfields2017 event at Spitalfields market, Liverpool Street, London (Monday 29th May 2017).

#MyWestminter Day event details:

Date: Sunday 18th June 2017
Time: 11:00 – 15:00
Location: Paddington Recreation Ground, Carlton Vale, London, NW6 5EP

To register your interest in attending please visit:

See you there!


We are excited to announce that our interactive Yoruba parent and toddler playgroup, CultureTree Play Club, will begin from Saturday 10th June till Saturday 12th August 2017.

It will take place every Saturday from 10:30am – 11:30am at Surrey Quays Shopping Centre. Your kids will learn Yoruba nursery rhymes and songs, have fun and make new friends.

Meet the CultureTree Play Club Team


Ayo-Dele – ‘Joy has come home’

Ayo-Dele is an Actress, Singer, and Songwriter. Her theatre credits include: The Secret Lives of Baba Segi‘s Wives, Iyalode Of Eti, Mandela Project, The Gods Are Not To Blame, The Lion And The Jewel and many many more. Her debut album ’Forever Becoming’ explores identity and includes an eclectic mix of Yoruba and English songs.

Ayo-Dele speaks Yoruba fluently and will be using her creative direction to teach kids Yoruba at CultureTree Play Club.


Aramide – ‘My kind/people has come’

Aramide is a Mum of two who loves children. As a children’s party entertainer she is a natural performer with bundles of energy and enthusiasm. Her bubbly personality keeps kids happy and fully engaged.

Aramide’s passion is singing and she will be doing a lot of this with the kids at CultureTree Play Club.


Phoebe – ‘Bright/Pure’

Phoebe brings something special to the team. She is trained in British Sign Language (BSL) and has worked in various local schools teaching sign and deaf awareness. She will be using her signing skills to teach our kids & parents how to sign simple words and Yoruba songs at CultureTree Play Club!


Oluwa-Gbemisola – ‘God has lifted me into wealth’

Gbemisola is a mum of two girls, 4 yrs old and 19 months old. She loves Yoruba language and her passion is teaching kids to speak it fluently. You may recognise her voice on the CultureTreeTV Yoruba nursery rhymes and stories. Her goal is to build a network of parents who want to keep their roots & language alive no matter where they live in the world; and to make CultureTree a global brand!