Archive for October, 2015

Benjamin Zephaniah in Boro this Saturday with Dennis Bovell! Don’t miss it

22nd October 2015  |  News  |  Comments Off on Benjamin Zephaniah in Boro this Saturday with Dennis Bovell! Don’t miss it

WORDS’N’DUB – Benjamin Zephaniah + Dennis Bovell – Great show coming up this Sat 24th October, Teesside University, Students Union Terrace Bar,  Middlesbrough. From 7.30 FREE!  Don’t miss it.

Reserve your place – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/words-n-dub-with-dennis-bovell-and-benjamin-zephaniah-tickets-18649088927

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African Community Event – Sat 17th October

11th October 2015  |  News  |  Comments Off on African Community Event – Sat 17th October

Come and enjoy NEEACA’s AGM and Family Day – Sat 17 October NEEACA+AGM+FAMILY+DAY+for+e-mailing+17Oct15

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SELMA at Tyneside Cinema – and a special rate!

11th October 2015  |  News  |  Comments Off on SELMA at Tyneside Cinema – and a special rate!

Black History Month showing on Tuesday 13th October at 17.50, Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle. Don’t miss it – and a special deal for groups (see below) A deeply moving retelling of the real story of how the revered leader and visionary Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (David Oyelowo) led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting […]

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Don’t Miss “Call Mr Robeson”

3rd October 2015  |  News  |  Comments Off on Don’t Miss “Call Mr Robeson”

The story of PAUL ROBESON, who was famed as a singer and actor but persecuted for his radical politics and civil-rights campaigning, comes to Newcastle’s Alphabetti Theatre from 7-10 October, appropriately during Black History Month. Call Mr. Robeson is a 90 minute one man show featuring live music performed by Tayo Aluko about Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life, highlighting his pioneering and heroic political activism. It features much fiery oratory and some of his famous songs, including a dramatic rendition of the iconic Ol’ Man River.

http://www.alphabettitheatre.co.uk/whats-on/24-whats-onarticles/139-call-mr-robeson

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“Tayo Aluko does a fine job in evoking Robeson’s dynamic presence and in reminding us of the inhospitable attitude to dissent in the land of the free” The Guardian


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