A film event presented by Black History Studies and the Independent Cinema Office (ICO) showing a programme of archive films from 1901 to the early 80s, with rare and little-seen depictions of Black British life.
Films include a 1960s Nigerian wedding, interviews with black school leavers in 1965, and scenes from Notting Hill Carnival. No tickets required, it’s all first come, first served seating. Although it’s free to attend, donations are appreciated.
The London Diwali festival attracts approximately 35,000 people each year to celebrate this Hindu, Sikh and Jain festival of light. Expect lots of lively music, dance and an authentic market with food, craft, art and henna.
Late October isn’t just the time of year for dressing up for Halloween. It’s also time for the autumn edition of the bi-annual pop culture expo (although canceled in 2021 due to COVID-19, the spring event usually takes place over […]
An annual festival celebrating the area’s rich history and culture with events taking place in various venues around Bloomsbury. This year’s theme is “Shining Light”. Events in previous years have included street parties, dance and music performances, scientific workshops, interactive games, […]
Run by the International Antique & Collector’s Fairs group, this is a large fair repeated throughout the year with some excellent opportunities to find some unusual items. Often attracting over 300 antique dealers since taking over the venue in 2104, […]
8:30am – 4:30pm
£6.00 – £12.00