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08 October 2022

Arts & Culture

YELLOWMAN by Dael Orlandersmith

Alma and Gene’s fate becomes tragically intertwined and they can’t escape the legacy of racism and the tensions within their own community
08 September 2022

Arts & Culture

Manorism: An Adaptation by Yomi Sode

In a Southbank Centre commission, the poet’s examination of the lives of Black British men and boys is adapted for the stage
13 October 2022

Panel Talks & Workshops

An Evening with David Harewood: In conversation with Alain ‘Fusion’ Clapman + Q&A

The memoir is a rallying cry examining the systems and biases that shape society, and a groundbreaking account of the impact of racism on Black mental health
20 October 2022

Panel Talks & Workshops

Network, Meet Funders & Pitch to win a Grant of up to £10K

CONNECT. PITCH. WIN. An invaluable opportunity to network, find out about new funding opportunities and pitch to win £10K
26 October 2022

Arts & Culture

Jordan Stephens & Beth Suzanna: The Missing Piece

This heartfelt, warm, and wise story celebrates the power of family bonds, the joy of making new friends, and finding what makes you feel whole
05 November 2022

Arts & Culture

Blues for an Alabama Sky

In the face of hardship and dwindling opportunity, Angel and her friends battle to keep their artistic dreams alive
11 November 2022

Arts & Culture

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Teaser Trailer Released

The role of T’Challa has not been recast, and thankfully there are no plans to use a ‘digital double’ in the sequel
01 December 2022

Panel Talks & Workshops

Lemn Sissay: My Name is Why

Reflecting on his childhood, self-expression and Britishness, the institutional care system, race, family and the meaning of home
14 December 2022

Arts & Culture

Songbird Tweet live at the Jazz Café 

Perhaps best known for her debut solo single “Oops (Oh My)” Tweet is hailed as one of the best voices of the new millennium
16 December 2022

Arts & Culture

Nikyatu Jusu’s Nanny hits theatres this November

In this narrative feature film, Aisha is an undocumented Senegalese nanny hired as a domestic worker by a wealthy family in New York City
31 December 2022

Arts & Culture

Liverpool 8 Against Apartheid

The story of how Liverpool’s Black community supported the anti-apartheid campaign in the 1980s
16 February 2023

Arts & Culture

Portrait of Melissa Thompson by Kehinde Wiley

Wiley’s portrait depicts Melissa Thompson, a young woman the artist met at Ridley Road Market in Dalston, East London