Past Event
Workshops

Black History Family Day

Mon 27 Sep 2021

A Multicultural Celebration of Arts, Culture and Heritage – Bring the whole family!

Get busy and enjoy a variety of fun creative activities: Arts & crafts tables, creative writing room, backstage tours, singing, dancing & drumming workshops and an enlightening heritage film & talk

Three tables of Arts & Craft making, for all ages

A delicious mix of African & Caribbean food from Soul Food Sisters and Island Takeaway

DJ T.A.S.K. playing uplifting sounds from around the world


Guided Tours of Backstage at Brighton Dome

(Limited places, booking recommended from 11am in the Brighton Dome Foyer)


Djembe Drumming Workshops (drums provided)

Presented by Ali Bangoura & Bucarra
11.30am & 12.15pm | Brighton Dome Concert Hall Stage
(Limited places, booking recommended from 11am in the Brighton Dome Foyer)


'Proud to Be' photographic project

Banyan Tree invites you to celebrate and share your identity and achievements
12–2pm | Brighton Dome


'Shout: The Voices of Protest' creative writing workshop

Presented by Writing Our Legacy
12–1.30pm | Brighton Museum, access via Brighton Dome Foyer
Booking via Eventbrite


West African Dance workshop

Presented by Ernest Kwame & Ali Bangoura
1pm & 1.45pm | Brighton Dome Concert Hall Stage
(Limited places, booking recommended from 11am in the Brighton Dome Foyer)


Real-I-Sing singing workshop

Presented by Banyan Tree
2.30–3.30pm | Brighton Museum, access via Brighton Dome Foyer


Three African Kings visit Brighton in 1895

A film & talk given by Black History historians Suchi Chatterjee and Bert Williams MBE, as part of a new education project
2.45–3.30pm | Brighton Dome


Musa Mboob & Xam Xam

Live performance by Gambian Master Percussionist Musa Mboob
4–4.45pm | Brighton Dome