BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2013

A diverse Programme of reflection. gospel music, spoken word, drama and drumming

Key Note Speaker

The Rev. Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin, is the vicar of Holy Trinity Dalston, and All Saints Haggerston, Chaplain to the House of Commons and Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen.

 

Tipped as a possible contender to be one of the first female bishops, Rose has contributed widely on a national and international level. She has also served on the British Broadscastiing Standards Commission.

An evening of reflection, drama and the spoken word, 
THE LEGACY OF THE 
 

WINDRUSH

Saturday, 26 October 2013 
With the Rev.
Rose Hudson-Wilkin,
El Crisis and special guests.

detail from 'The Arrivants' by Desrie Thomson-George

El Crisis

El Crisis is a unique and lyrical artisit whoose style crosses over from spoken word to rap, fol, blues, sea shanty and theatre. He leads creative writing performance and life skills workshops in schools, prisons and youth projects.

El Crisis, unique, lyrical artiste, Rap folk, blues

RE-FORMED 

Re-Formed, who initially came togethr to minister at various events for the 2012 Olympics in London, are a group of born-again Christians.

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