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75 Ways to Celebrate Windrush75 in Just One Day

  Sustainability is at the heart of  this event “75 Ways to Celebrate Windrush75 in Just One Day”, Saturday 14 October, Woolwich Works, The Fireworks Factory 10:00am – 06:30pm Plus After Party to 09.30pm Hines Designs is determined that its inaugural event will be the most sustainable Caribbean celebrations in the UK. “75 Ways to

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IROKO Theatre Company Calls for Research Volunteers to Assist with Heritage Project

Do you want to develop your research and archiving skills?  Are you interested in heritage, arts and culture? If so, the award-winning IROKO Theatre Company in Stratford, East London, has the opportunity for you.   IROKO is looking for 15 Volunteer Researchers to assist in their heritage project – ‘Home from Home’, funded by the National

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IROKO Theatre Company Celebrates Launch of Heritage Fund Supported ‘Home from Home’ Project

IROKO Theatre company celebrated the launch of The National Lottery Heritage Fund supported project ‘Home from Home’ on Wednesday 29th March at the Old Town Hall in Stratford, East London. The project highlights the achievements of British Nigerians in the UK.  The launch was graced by His Excellency, Ambassador Adamu O Shuaibu, who represented the

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A Passion for Fancy Food – Brought to You by Maria Bradford

  Maria Bradford is an award winning entrepreneur in the hospitality business. Her special brand of fusion cuisine is already getting her noticed. In this interview, Maria sheds light on her multi- faceted business and the communities and traditions that helped shape her passion for food. We pick up the conversation on her recently won

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In Celebration of Neurodiversity Week – 21st -27th March, 2022

It’s Neurodiversity Celebration Week (21st – 27th March) and new research by Bupa UK has revealed a greater need for neurodiversity awareness in the workplace after more people turned to Google for support in the last 12 months: The research revealed that; 120% increase in Google searches for ‘neurodiversity at work. 91% increase in Google

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Smart Retail Tech – Don’t Miss Out On These Seminars

2nd and 3rd of March ________________________________________________________________________ We recently announced we are partnering with the Smart Retail Tech Expo, we’d like to tell you some more about this event! Make your way to the ExCeL London on the 2nd and 3rd of March and immerse yourself in an exciting hub brimming with innovators revolutionising the UK

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Growing a Business and Making an Impact with Mary Fashanu

Mary Fashanu is known as the Business GPS. She recently co-founded the association of Black Coaches, a non-profit membership organisation promoting best practice and maintaining industry standards for black professional coaches worldwide. Mary helps fellow entrepreneurs grow their business, make an impact, increase their revenue and land clients consistently. In this interview she discusses how

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More Lockdown Arts and Entertainment from the London Southbank’s Online Programme ‘Inside Out’

The London Southbank’s Centre has extended a second season of its successful multi arts online programme ‘Inside Out’. Audiences will not be disappointed with a top line up of international artists and diverse events. From music, to literature, to the spoken word, the second season, launched 24 January until 6 May 2021, promises to entertain

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Africa Utopia Festival – Celebrating the Vibrancy and Energy of African Culture at the Southbank Centre

Review by Mbeke Waseme Africa Utopia – the 52 countries in one of the most disparate and diverse continents in a perfect state.  That is what we want! The 2019 African Utopia took place at London Southbank in collaboration with Indaba X. It was opened by Kojo Annan, the son of the former UN Secretary

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