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A celebration of Black British Literature

Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA)

Saturday, 29 February 2020 from 16:30 to 21:30 (GMT)

 A celebration of Black British Literature

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28 Feb 2020 £12.00 £1.52
Advanced Ticket Over 60s & Students
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28 Feb 2020 £10.00 £1.37
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These are for current members of the Enfield Caribbean Association
28 Feb 2020 £8.00 £0.00
Children 1-5 years 29 Feb 2020 Free £0.00
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31 Mar 2020 Enter donation (£)

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Event Details

For Black History Month 2020, Enfield Caribbean Association presents a “Celebration of Black literature” consisting of an evening of inspirational talks, poetry, stories, dance and music, including cultural stalls, a quiz and a fabulous raffle.

 The main speakers will be renown authors, Dr Mike Phillips, Alex Wheatle

 and Dr. Gifty Edila who will speak about what inspired them to become writers and the social, cultural and historical significance of black literature in the British context.

 Poet, Zena Edwards who has become known as one the most unique voices of performance poetry to come out of London will entertain the audience with her passionate and creative performance. Other performers include Dreya Groves, opera singer, Nathaniel Groves, cellist and students from Heron Hall Secondary Academy, Enfield.

Do you have questions about A celebration of Black British Literature? Contact Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA)

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Trinity at Bowes Methodist Church
Palmerston Road
N22 8RA London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 29 February 2020 from 16:30 to 21:30 (GMT)


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Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA)

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Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) established in 1986, aims, through engagements with the London Borough of Enfield and other relevant statutory and voluntary bodies, to create an inclusive, fair and equal Enfield community, in which people of Caribbean origin can develop their full potential as visible, positive participants and contributors.

 

 

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