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Raise the Bars! - Concert & Club Night
Sat, 13 May 2017, 23:00 – Sun, 14 May 2017, 04:00 BST
Live Concert and Club Night!
£5 online. £8 at the door.
Doors Open: 10:30pm
11pm – 4am
['Raise The Bars' is a post screening event to the film screening of Pick Up the Mic - Film Tickets pay for both events. Get Tickets Here: - http://bit.ly/PickUpTheBatty]
On May 13th Batty Mama is back with ‘Raise The Bars’ at Styx Bar in Tottenham.
‘Raise The Bars’ Concert is the best of London’s Black and Brown LGBT rappers, lyricists and grime artists under one roof. The Wittiest, wordsmiths & cultural commentators take the stage from 11pm.
'Raise The Bars'! is a call to action & mission statement. What we do, what we'll continue to do and What we want from you! “When it comes to black and brown talent; never stop Raising The Bar!”
Malik Nashad Sharpe
Following our 'Pick Up the Mic' film screening and Q&A at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, we will make our way down the road, to Styx Bar for a big Batty Mama BLACK OUT!
- Warm up DJ, doors open from 10:30pm.
- Performances from 11-midnight
- Club Night, with visual arts and performance art from midnight-4am
Pick Up the Mic Film Screening + Post Screening Discussion
A Film ticket gets you access to the concert.
Pick Up The Mic is a 2006 documentary by director Alex Hinton exploring the underground world of homohop, where queer artists have made hip-hop their own.
The post screening discussion will be led by LGBT Muscians, DJ's, Promoters and Rappers.
DJ Kaspa [@KaspaRankz]
Pick Up The Mic film screening and panel event is held in partnership with "Batty Mama". The Batty Mama is a Queer Black and Brown organisation which aims to financially support Black and Brown Queer artists and promote their works. They host and curate performance, mixed media and multi media events and club nights for Black and Brown, Queer, QTIPOC and LGBT identifying people.
For more information or to submit your work email: TheBattyMama@gmail.com and find @TheBattyMama on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Snapchat and various other social media platforms.
Screening as part of "Here, We Stand" our Black LGBT Film Programme. Screening films For, About, and By Black LGBT people every second Saturday of the month.
Film Screenings are £7 until a month before each screening, £10 after and £12 at the door.
Upcoming screenings will be our Marlon Riggs Retrospective:
TONGUES UNTIED - 10th June- 19:30
MARLON RIGGS SHORTS - 8th July- 19:30
BLACK IS... BLACK AIN'T - 12th August-19:30
Programme supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery. www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub
Photo credit: Angela Dennis