African Caribbean Kidney Disease Charity Dinner
Prepared to be 'Enlightened & Entertained!' Your host for the night is the wonderfully talented Mr Geoff Schumann.
The acclaimed, award-winning British-African family drama, Pandora's Box, embarks on the London run of its national tour from Wednesday 8 October at Millfields Arts Centre, Edmonton and ending on Saturday 1 November at the Arcola Theatre, Dalston.
THE INFIDEL - THE MUSICAL
Don’t miss the brilliantly funny new musical The Infidel as it premieres at Theatre Royal Stratford East this autumn.
AFROVIBES FESTIVAL 2014
AFROVIBES – the biennial festival of live theatre, music, dance and visual arts from South Africa makes a welcome return to the UK with a four week programme of award-winning productions from October 13th to November 8th.
How Nigeria Became: A Story, and A Spear That Didn't Work
Full of colour, music, dance and humour, this spirited adventure across Nigeria is a witty and entertaining show for families with children over 8.
Women in Activism OWAAD at 35
OWAAD was one of the first organised women’s group set up to campaign for social justice and equal rights.
Len Garrison Memorial Lecture
In memory of Black Cultural Archives’ co-founding member Len Garrison,
Treasure of the archive
Treasures in the Archives talk and Q&A
The House That Will Not Stand
The tide has turned… Free people of color will lose their rights, slaves will lose any chance of buying their freedom and any woman without property will be looked upon as a harlot.
The Christmas Motown Sound
We’re pleased to welcome back The Motown Sound, following their smash hit show earlier this year, for a special performance this Christmas.
A series of lunchtime talks from inspirational women discussing the legacy and contributions of Black women in Britain.
Something for Sunday
Something for Sunday is a variety show which uses a fusion of Comedy, Poetry and Singers to deliver an amazing but chilled night out.
Between 1989 and 2003 the Civil War in Liberia saw over 200,000 people killed, a million others displaced into refugee camps, and over 15,000 children recruited into ‘Small Boys Units’.