Bernie Grants Arts Centre
28 March onwards
This installation in the Mezzanine chronicles a century of black musical DIY creativity
The coming of age story by award-winning writer Arinze Kene returns to stage
Two South African mothers and best friends on a quest for social and economic justice
The S+K Project; developing a new generation of emerging talent.
Writer and intellectual Angela Davis was one of the most outspoken activists of the 1960s
Flamenco is synonymous with Spanish culture but ignores the African culture at its heart
A young Congolese collective unite giving us a fresh meaning of what it is to love God
6 & 25 April
Black French women exploring the intersections of misogyny and racism
Exploring the joy of motherhood and her reaction to losing her teenage son to youth crimes
10 April 2019
The Annual Bernie Grant Memorial Lecture, with Dr. Kehinde Andrews
Exploring cinematic representations and society's perception of slave trade race & racism
Race Today is a new uncompromising, funny, political and interactive performance.
18 April, 26 April, 3 May, 11 May
Capturing audiences globally, this bright spark Kenyan Lesbian love story returns to BGAC
A lecture about the Exodus and Feast of Passover and will be followed by a Q&A
A 7-piece fusing jazz, funk, afrobeat, salsa, reggae and adding a modern twist.
4 & 10 May
A trans pregnancy portrayed in a family full of love.
Akeim Toussaint Buck’s autobiographical story of memories and movement
29 May - 1 June
A captivating solo show of dreams and life colliding from Fringe First award winner