18:00 - 19:00 - The Talk – The legacy of Black Artist in Britain by ex RHACC student Kim Sheldon will explore how the Windrush generation contributed to the British Art Scene. As an official African and Caribbean Heritage Guide at the V&A museum, London, she has subsequently worked with the V&A Learning and Events Departments. Her written work is inspired by key events that took place in the 17th-19th century, specifically those concerned with the Black narrative.

19:30 - 20:00 - A New Play - “The Windrush Sceret” written and performed by Rodreguez King-Dorset. “A young white 'England for the English' Far-Right party leader, a black Caribbean diplomat and an Oxford educated Home Office official are giving speeches on the same day, at different times, in separate locations, about the Caribbean ‘ Windrush Scandal’. This play was originally commissioned by the Royal Maritime Museum in 2021.

20:30 - 21:00 - Q&A

The Photography Exhibition - Caleb Effiong, also known as “C note” is a young Black-British poet, Photographer and producer raised in London. Inspired by Vogue, Caleb turns portraits of his clients into magazine style pictures. Caleb also started writing Poetry over lockdown after listening to speeches from the likes of Martin Luther King and he writes about love, life and things that inspire him.


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