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.
A free celebration of Sikh culture and heritage for Vaisakhi, which marks the birth of the Khalsa. Indoor and outdoor events will include shabad kirtan (spiritual music), langar (food), turban tying, folk dance, martial arts, and children’s activities.
Not normally open to the public, Acton Depot open weekends are a fantastic opportunity to see some the hundreds of thousands of treasures stored in the working museum storehouse. What to expect These depot open days take place three times a […]
This is the 45th anniversary of this annual event. It’s a celebration of London’s most old-school wooden puppet show. Punch and Judy will be joined by other wooden (and human) friends, including a brass band procession, workshops, clowns, folk music […]
The South London community-led festival is back for another year of over 30 free screenings at various venues across New Cross and Deptford. The programme is an eclectic mix of independent, art-house and mainstream fayre that also highlights local film-making talent. All […]
12:00pm – 11:00pm