Bernie Grants Arts Centre
9 March - 5 May
In the Australian outback, an Aboriginal man faces rough frontier justice
23 March-7 May
Photographs, text and sound from an art project in a recently closed Tottenham factory
Inclusive young peoples' theatre from Haringey Shed
A contemporary exploration of a revolutionary event in British history
Beat the mid-week blues with performances from Boubacar Kafando and Zaama Noona Band
A night of short performances inspired by Afrofuturism
6 - 27 April
In Berlin, poet Audre Lorde helped to shape a whole generation of writers and thinkers
Come join us for a bit of sunshine and let’s party the Cuban way!
Let Drum Beat bring all-female rhythms and drumming to our Music on the Mezz series
Shirley Clarke's classic doc features a flamboyant cabaret performer
A tragicomic play about living on the brink of despair performed in Polish and English
Celebrate making it to Wednesday with vocalist Helen McDonald
28 April - 19 May
Tradition and modernity clash as a group of Xhosa teenagers prepare for manhood
Weaving together poetry and music, this doc tells the story of a centuries-long struggle
This doc explores the history of African-American writers and artists who settled in Paris
Jason Holliday shares his own perspective on his encounter with filmmaker Shirley Clarke
Kill yourself laughing with a night of the best new comedy talent!
UK Premier! This doc explores the lives of Russians of African descent
An anthropologist explores the contributions of Afro-Andalusians to flamenco
Modern Italy is racially diverse, yet Italian film remains overwhelmingly white. Why?
What does it mean to be 'Afrodeutsche' - black and German - in modern Germany?
2 June-13 July
Venture into Nanny Lacey's flat in this magical experience for children ages 5 to 11
This doc by Isabelle Boni-Claverie explores France's claim to be colour-blind
Created by Still House, Empire Sounds, and Steppaz, SESSION is part of LIFT 2018