Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pandora’s Box and The Interrupted Journey: The African Family from Ancient to Present Time

Black History Studies supported the promotion of ‘Pandora’s Box’ the latest play by Ade Solanke. We attended the Arcola Tent on Saturday 12th May 2012 with high expectations and were not disappointed. We attended the pre-show talk on the Education … Continue reading

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Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain

Today we attended the premiere of ‘Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain,’ a youth-led documentary film at the Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square. Margins to Mainstream: The story of Black Theatre in Britain is the … Continue reading

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Launch of ‘Rootical: An Audience with Charlie Phillips’

On Sunday 29th April 2012, Black History Studies launched our first DVD titled ‘Rootical: An Audience with Charlie Phillips.’ This DVD was launched a year after its production back in 2011. This is the story of Charlie Phillips, a photographer … Continue reading

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Images of Black Women Film Festival 13 -15 April 2012

Black History Studies had the pleasure of being an official partner for the Images of Black Women Film Festival which took place over the weekend of 13-15th April 2012. The Images of Black Women (IBW) Film Festival has been running … Continue reading

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