Events take place monthly, year-round at various museums, cinemas, theatres

Adults and Children Welcome

Educational Films, Talks and Walks on African/British History. Films listed below

Admission varies from free to £10.00

Saturday Schools Welcome

Bespoke events arranged for schools,Colleges,Universities, Staff Groups

Teacher Training, Parent Workshops, Short/Long Term Pupil interventions,

Community Cohesion, P.V.E, Y.OI, Secure Units catered for

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A Charmed Life: The Eddie Noble Story

Saturday  14 November 2pm-4.00pm

BFI Southbank (near Royal Festival Hall)

Belvedere Road SE1 Tube: Waterloo.

Tickets ₤5, best to book early

Phone 0207 928 3232


Eddie Noble was a jamaican WW2 veteran who served in the RAF, he wrote several books and was heavily involved in the fight for racial equality. After an attack by National Front members he was so severely injured he could no longer control his tear ducts and appeared to be constantly crying. Patrick Vernon founder of www.everygeneration.co.uk and a councillor in Hackney, spent a year recording his story before he died aged 87.