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A Starry, Starry Night at The Screen Nation Awards 2019

You could feel the buzz and excitement as guests and nominees arrived on the red carpet at the Screen Nation Awards 2019 at the Mayfair Hotel in London. They came in beautiful attire, ranging from African to arts inspired outfits. A colourful array of clothes that certainly got the photographers snapping! The age ranges of …

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A Moving Tribute by Chineke Orchestra in Celebration of Stephen Lawrence Day

Review by Mercy Francis The sound from the Chineke Junior Orchestra struck some eclectic cords at the Southbank Centre on April 22nd 2019. The pieces were moving and a great tribute to the young Steven Lawrence who had everything to live for. Some of the young musicians were of the same age as Steven Lawrence when …

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Don’t Give Up; Become Extraordinary says Best Selling Author Angie Thomas at the Southbank Centre

Review by Mercy Francis The Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre was packed. Both young and old listening with much anticipation as best- selling author Angie Thomas conversed with interviewer, Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuf, over the history behind her first book ‘The Hate U Give.’ She spoke on how the book mirrors her own life and …

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Making Young Voices Matter – Angie Thomas In Conversation at the Southbank Centre, London

When Angie Thomas published her debut novel, ‘The Hate You Give’ it literally rocked the literature world. Inspired by her experience of viewing a real live shoot out in her home town of Jackson, Mississippi when she was just six and the divisions created by the gun violence and police brutality aimed at African Americans …

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From Motherhood to International Acclaim, Mercy Francis PR Connects People and Businesses.

Mercy Francis (pictured above) discovered her talent for connecting people while looking for a means to pay the bills at home. With five children and growing businesses and responsibilities everywhere, Mercy shows how she has not been held back by her circumstances. Rather she has used them to achieve her goals and come out on …

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Balance for Better Campaign on International Women’s Day 2019

Sinikiwe Moyo (centre) always knew she wanted work in fashion. From crafting her doll’s outfits as a child back in her native Zimbabwe to launching her own label – Niki Moyo in London; Sinikiwe has always chased her dream and remained true to her vision. In this interview on International Women’s Day, Sinikiwe reflects on …

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JD Douglas meets Marlon James at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

Marlon James was in conversation with Ekow Eshun at the Southbank Centre, 25th February 2019 Marlon James walked on stage with the casualness of entering a private green room. The main event had arrived with ease and in the most unassuming manner. He sat without looking out and it would be another two minutes before …

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