4 Sept 2014
Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain

Margins to Mainstream - The Story of Black Theatre in Britain Margins to Mainstream - The Story of Black Theatre in Britain

A free intimate screening of the outstanding documentary | Produced by Nu Century Arts in Partnership with the Octavia Foundation with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.


Plus Q&A with Mr Don Kinch


We are particularly interested in actors/performing artists/Black Theatre lovers/ new playwrights/new directors of the African and Caribbean diaspora attending and accessing this documentary albeit it is of course extremely informative for everyone. However seats are limited. There will be a Q&A after with Don Kinch of Nu Century Arts about the documentary (Birmingham).


DVD's of the documentary will also be on sale or you can make your order for them on the day.


For viewing there will also be a display of published plays thanks to the kind support of Oberon book publishers and Bloomsbury Methuen.


If you know any students/individuals who would like to perform or present a short Monologue, Duologue or as a group - a short scene we can dedicate opportunities on the day for those of African and Caribbean heritage.(ages 16 to 60+, ) whether student, employed or resting.


Also included on the day: Refreshments, art display and presentations
RSVP: email: preciousandpreservedblackplays@gmail.com
Book soon as seats are limited for this event.


Info: Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain takes place on Thursday 4th September 2014, 11.15am to 3.00pm at Kentish Town Community Centre, Dance Studio, 17 Busby Place, NW5 2SP - 0207 482 3212





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