An evening celebrating a diverse range of music from black artists across the globe.
The first half of this event centres on African Drumming. A musician from the local group “London African Drumming” will perform Djembe and Ngoni (African harp) in a set that involves audience participation – do not miss this!
The second half of the evening is entitled “20/20 Vision: A night celebrating black music from the 1920s to 2020s”. This event celebrates black musical talent from both within and beyond the company, bringing us music by black artists from each of the last 10 decades in a brilliant journey through time!
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If you are a wheelchair user, please book via telephone (020 7353 1700) or email the office
at least one week in advance to book a wheelchair seat so we can make arrangements to accommodate you. One carer per wheelchair user may attend at no cost if booked at the same time.
We have procedures in place to make your visit Covid-safe and we have obtained See it Safely and Good to Go certifications.
We also ask you to help us keep the venue safe by taking the following precautions :
- Do not enter the building if you have any Covid symptoms
- As a courtesy to others and to protect yourself, please wear a mask when in the building unless you are exempt or while drinking
- Please wash your hands and use the hand sanitiser provided
Full details of the measures we have taken to make your visit safe can be found here
.These measures are subject to change.