Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual event which brings a programme crammed full of inspirational, fun and thought provoking events throughout October.

This year Norfolk Black History Month brings you more than 100 events across Norwich and Norfolk with the theme Black Past, Present and Future. The event is in partnership with UEA School of American Studies.

Danny Keen Jamaican Artist
Throughout October
Cafe Bar Marzano - free entry
Danny showcases a series of kinetic abstract paintings in oils which recreate the rhythms, sounds and colours of the Caribbean. The oil paintings will also be available to buy.
Image, right, 'High Winds in Jamaica' by Danny Keen.

Soul Sisters/Soul Brother
Friday 25 October
Cafe Bar Marzano from 8pm
Tickets: £12 with a soul food supper- Call 01263 821 312 to book
Norfolk’s very own USA soul singer, Bruce Lucas, teams up with Sarah Gure (the teen sensation from the African Nation) and Maggie-May Francis (the Caribbean chanteuse) to create an evening of stupendous soul music. 

A Spectrum of Black World Music
Friday 1 November
Cafe Bar Marzano from 8pm
Tickets: £12 including a soul food supper - Call 01263 821 312 to book
Hip swaying, toe shuffling world music presented by Dave Holgate and Pangea with a buffet of exotic delicacies.

Visit the BHM website here

BHM public lectures - click here

BHM literary talks - click here




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