Tuesday, December 6, 2011

BEMA, FOCUS & Arcola Theatre Present Arts Fundraiser


Flyer design Zofia Walczak 

You are invited to join us Sunday 11 December to celebrate an afternoon of experienced and emerging artists from all walks of the creative industry – music, dance, spoken word, theatre and comedy. Hosted at the Arcola Theatre - now one of the most respected arts venues in the UK, blazing a trail in artistic excellence and innovative management since day-one – this event promises to be jam-packed full of artistic delights.
The Black & Ethnic Minority Arts (BEMA) Network is an informal alliance of arts organisations, individual artists, promoters and producers who have an interest in developing cultural activity as a means of promoting tolerance, equality and education.

Dance: Emashi (African dance, drumming and more)
Spoken word: Cezanne (Painter and poet), Hyacinth Myers (Poet), Ngoma Bishop (Poet, novelist and edutainer), Stephanie (Poet & artist)
Live music: Farafina Crew, Black Slate, Casey, Naldo, John Blood & The Highlys
Gantan (Stand up comic)
Theatre: Judith Jacob (Casualty, EastEnders, No Problem)

Only £3 entry. From 3-7pm
Arcola Theatre
24 Ashwin Street
E8 3DL 

1 comment:

UNITED RACES and The Holy Book of Racial Government. said...


As a result of our success in bringing Racial Civilisation to the community in Stamford Hill we are expanding our operations.

White Charity workers are wanted to work with or within the BritDems a division of the United Races Racial Democratic Movement to explain to Jewish people (IC6) the reason Jewish people (IC6) are not White and to clarify the difference between Northern Europeans (IC1) and Southern Europeans (IC2).


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