Windrush 75: Jamaican Sound System Culture
Celebrate the gift of sound system culture from the Windrush generation and immerse yourself in its vibrant world
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Performance
Join the Windrush 75th Anniversary celebrations at Kentish Town Library with musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, an interactive concert and musical workshops
The Homecoming: Camden's Windrush 75 Celebration
A one day event for the community to engage in a diverse range of activities that commemorate the cultural vibrancy of Camden's Caribbean community and their significant impact on the borough.
Commissioned Windrush Artwork
We will be working with artists, residents and organisations to share stories to explore adversity and challenges, and celebrate the achievements of our Caribbean communities via a commissioned artwork
Perform in the Park
Perform in the Park is London's first ever festival of children's theatre taking place at Coram's Fields for over a month every day!
The Caribbean Front Room – Stories from Windrush and Beyond
Step back in time in the Caribbean Front Room installation and explore how it bought communities together in the past
British Library Black Teachers: Jeffrey Boakye and Beryl Gilroy
A look at the life and times of two black teachers who worked decades apart. How different were there experiences of the education system?
A Special Windrush 75 Intergenerational Event
Join the Camden Black Workers Group in a joyous and educational event that pays tribute to the remarkable contributions of the Windrush generation.
Fishing for Clouds
An exhibition of photography and words by Anna Lerner, where clouds take the centre stage
Playing with blocks
Free audio tour podcast following a short walking route around Tavistock Square, exploring the story of the first English-speaking Kindergarten
In this podcast series, three episodes were recorded to provide a space for the community to influence the conversation on the impact and legacies of Windrush in the borough of Camden.
Celebrate Windrush 75 at your local library
Camden's libraries are organizing free events for children, dedicated to celebrating Windrush. These events will offer an exciting array of enjoyable games, activities, and captivating storytelling sessions.
Join in Camden's Pitt Lecture in recognition of Lord David Pitt, Baron of Hampstead, who dedicated his life to medicine and politics, tenaciously fighting against racism and discrimination in the UK.
Kitchen Sink Realism: The Next Round
An exhibition that explores the social context of the pub and ideas surrounding British working-class culture
In Being Human, the meaning of being human in the twenty-first century is examined. It captures our hopes and anxieties over emerging medical knowledge as well as how we relate to ourselves, others, and the outside world.