This spring, we invite you to come to a free family-friendly event celebrating multicultural history and heritage on Sunday 20 March 1-4pm at St Richards Church in Hove.
You can expect a variety of art and cultural activity to please all ages, including African drumming, music and dance workshops, film and talks, and a multicultural history exhibition.
Little ones will love the colourful and creative face painting and be treated to the Banyan Tree Theatre Group, who will present a REAL-I-SING workshop lead by amazing singers, Donna Edmead, Adriana Lord and Dionne Sutherland.
Come try Arabic and Indian food – all proceeds will go to the Hangleton and Knoll Multi Cultural Women’s Group.
The event has been organised by Black History working in partnership with Hangleton and Knoll Project and the Hangleton and Knoll Multi Cultural Women’s Group.
Ebou Touray, Chair, Black History says, “We invite everyone from the Hangleton community and anyone in Brighton to come join us for this fun and enriching afternoon – all are very welcome!”
Hangleton Black History Event, 20 March 1-4pm, free entry and activity. St Richards Church, Egmont Road, Hove BN3 7FP. For more information, contact Claire Johnson on 01273 410858 or firstname.lastname@example.org