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Second Black Youth Achievement Awards - Afridiziak Theatre News continues to sponsor the Arts Cateogry - last few tickets remaining
Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2010 23:48
Black Youth Achievement Awards
Black Youth Achievement Awards
Date: 20 November 2010
The Camden Centre, Bidborough Street, Off Euston Road, London WC1H 9AU


Black Youth Achievements, the London based community interest company, will be hosting their second exciting awards ceremony on Saturday 20th November at the Camden Centre in Kings Cross, London.

The short-listed nominees, from various cities over the UK, will gather together on the night along with their friends, family and guests to find out who has won in each category.

This year promises to be just as amazing. Kay Oldroyd, the founder and director of Black Youth Achievements who recently won the Volunteer Award at London Peace Week held at City Hall said 'It's been a great year for us since the 2009 awards. So many people heard about last year's event and have already got their tickets for this year because they don't want to miss out again!

It's wonderful to hear about all the good things that young people are doing and some of the nominations that come in are so inspiring to read. We're going to collate the nominee's stories from 2009 and 2010 and publish them, as it will definitely help to motivate people of all ages and backgrounds.'

Black Youth Achievement Awards
Black Youth Achievement 2009 Award winners
Afridiziak Theatre News is proud to sponsor the Arts category of the Black Youth Achievement Awards for the second year running. This category will award those who have had outstanding success in the areas of music, drama, fashion and other creative arts.

Last year's winners were Daniel Anderson and Joshua Bailey of Umbrella Studios.

Read: Lime magazine feature on Umbrella Studios in the Bright Young Things issue
Read: Lime magazine interview with Kay Oldroyd, founder, Black Youth Achievement Awards
Info: www.blackyouthachievements.org/



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