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Sophia Jackson – Promoting theatre with an ‘Afridiziak’

    SOPHIA JACKSON started Afridiziak News in 2008. In this no holds bar audio interview she speaks of the inevitable struggle of getting noticed and acceptance in the ruthless world of Theatre Marketing. Through sheer persistence and staying power Sophia  now runs one of the leading marketing companies for Diversity Theatre Productions.  She gives …

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Reima Baker – Opening Doors for Actors with ‘Break A Leg’ Theatre Agency

REIMA BAKER worked professionally as a banker for many years at Lloyds Bank in the international currency department. Looking for a change of career she tried working with young actors at the Anna Scher Drama School. In this audio interview she talks of how she changed career midway to becoming one of the leading Black Female …

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‘Oh yes they are’ – Jordan Productions are back in town for another season of pantomime magic!

Get your ticket now and be ready to cheer and hiss all the usual suspects in ‘Beauty and the Beast.’ Yes they’re back for another season of laughs, slapstick, audience participation and the unforgettable Dame. Everything we’ve come to love and expect of the great British panto and no company does it better than Jordan …

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Amanda Bedzrah – Empowering Women to Believe in their Own Miracles

  Amanda Bedzrah is living testament that miracles do happen. Having lived through the ordeal of a life shattered by sexual abuse, Amanda raised herself to set up a ‘not for profit’ organisation to help other women in the same situation here in UK and in Africa. She is also a qualified project manager, leading …

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Medway Celebrates Ten Years of Young Black Achievement and Pays Tribute to the Memory of its Young Founder

  It was another evening of celebration, joy and triumph for 11 young people in Medway as they received awards from the Medway African and Caribbean Association (MACA) for their achievements in several categories including education, arts, sports, citizenship and achieving positive outcomes. The ceremony was held at the Britannia Theatre on Friday 6th November. …

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Carol Stewart – Turning Tragedy into a Celebration of Life

By Honouring the Memory of her Daughter and the Achievements of Young People in Medway Turning tragedy into a triumphant celebration of life is how Carol Stewart wishes to remember the year 2015 when the sudden passing of her daughter Safiya Mae Stewart from an epilepsy attack could have thrown her into a spiral of …

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Sharon Lynn – Creating Synergies between the Spiritual and Commercial

Marrying the spiritual and business worlds has always been a mission of Sharon Lynn, multi -dimensional entrepreneur who created a social network, the Entrepreneurial Lightworker precisely for this purpose. The network will become a vibrant forum for those wishing to fuse all their talents and powers. Yet bridging the gap between all things business and …

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THE JOURNEY: 40 YEARS AND BEYOND OF AQUARIUS

Viewed as a pillar of the community, the Aquarius Hair and Beauty Salon (Finsbury Park, London N4) has been providing cutting edge services to local and celebrity customers from the multicultural community, particularly those of African and Caribbean heritage, for the past forty years. It prides itself on over 40 years’ of sustainability “caring for …

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