We Make Camden Black History Month

Windrush: Inspired by the first generation celebration event

Council Chambers
Crowndale Centre
218 Eversholt Street
Event time
6.30pm - 10.30pm
18 Oct 2019

Camden Black Workers Group, supported by Camden Council and UNISON, present a free action-packed evening with a range of special guest performers and speakers.

The theme of the evening is ‘Windrush: Inspired by the first generation’, and the event will be compered by hip-hop artist, storyteller and poet Alim Kamara.

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Performers and speakers include:

  • • Kofi: Lovers rock singer, former member of Brown Sugar

    • Brinsley Forde: Musician, former member of Aswad

    • Release D Riddim: Carnival costume parade

    • Shaun Wallace: 'Chaser' on ITV's The Chase, barrister, lecturer

    • Angie Le Mar: Comedienne, TV and radio presenter and writer

    • Tobago Crusoe: Calypsonian, composer and musician

    • Paula Perry: Founder of You4Us

    Dr Angela Herbert: Chair of the Violent Crime Prevention Board and Director of Inside Out Solutions

    • Plus more performers and speakers

Food and drink available

Marketplace stalls from 4.30pm, doors open from 5.30pm.

There will be British Sign Language interpreters and a T-Loop system.



There will be British Sign Language interpreters and a T-Loop system.

Food and drink will be available.

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