What’s On at BGC in May

What’s On at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre

COMING UP OVER THE NEXT 10 DAYS

Monday 23rd May
Classes: Messy Mornings Pre-School 10.30-11.30am MORE
Classes: London House Cats Choir 7.30-9.30pm MORE

Tuesday 24th May
Julius Caesar (Theatre) 7.30pm BOOK
Classes: Messy Mornings Pre-School 10.30-11.30am MORE
Classes: New Tottenham Singers 7.30-9.30pm MORE
Classes: Ballet 5-8pm MORE  Continue reading

Bernie Grant Centre film fortnight

Fortnight of Films @BGACinema – www.bgacentre.eventbrite.com

April 7th – 10th
Rams – 15 | 1h 33min | Drama – http://bit.ly/1Vaalr8
– April 7th – 7:30pm | 10th – 4pm

Mavis – 1h 20min | Documentary, Biography, Music – http://bit.ly/1XhXdhK
– April 8th – 7:30pm | 9th – 7:30pm

April 14th – 17th
Prince Among Slaves – bit.ly/21WUnQh
– April 15th – 7:30pm

Nefarious: Merchant of Souls – bit.ly/1RuaWSb
– April 16th – 7pm

The Here After – 15 | 1h 42min | Drama – http://bit.ly/1SBj7IN
– April 14th – 7:30pm | 17th – 4pm

The Propaganda Game – 15 | 1h 38min | Documentary, History – http://bit.ly/1q7pjkH – April 17th – 7:30pm

Film tonight Tuesday at BGC

Marcus Garvey Library in conjunction with Black History Studies.

  • Tuesday 21 July 2015, from 7pm to 9pm
  • Admission free

Crime, poor education, poverty, self-hatred, incarceration, broken homes plague people of African descent globally, why?

From the onset of the African Holocaust of enslavement and colonialism, Africans are still struggling for basic freedom. Filmed in five continents, 500 Years Later is a critically acclaimed multi award winning timeless and compelling journey, infused with the spirit and music of liberation.

It chronicles the struggle of a people who have fought and continue to fight for the most essential human right – self determination!

Not to be missed!

From 7pm to 9pm
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