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Arts Exhibitions Events * The Voices Of Black Folks


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  Maman Le Mot Secret London Location | To 30 Sept 2016 It’s 1943, and the French Resistance are recruiting secret agents to join the battle to liberate France. Receive your briefing. Get yourself kitted out. Then get stuck in. Expect mischief, moustaches, misinformation and the odd exploding meringue. Practice your accent, learn the new…

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Arts Exhibitions Events – Torn**


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  THE EY EXHIBITION: WIFREDO LAM TATE MODERN | 19 September 2016 – 08 January 2017 Wifredo Lam sought to portray and revive the enduring Afro-Cuban spirit and culture. Wifredo Lam’s distinctive style shook the assumptions of western Modernism. His distinctive paintings introduced the symbolism of his Cuban roots and defined a new way of…

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Arts Exhibitions Events ** AFROPUNK 2016**


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  Bedlam: The Asylum Welcome Collection  | 15 Sept 2016 – 15 Jan 2017 Asylums are a thing of the past in Britain, whether they helped the patients is debatable. Named after the South London Royal Bethlem Hospital, Bedlam a new exhibition at the Wellcome looks at the tensions between biomedical and psychosocial therapy for mental…

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Arts Exhibitions Events *Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.


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  London Design Biennale 2016 Somerset House | 07 – 27 Sept 2016 The World re-imagines the World Thirty-seven nations are presenting newly monumental installations and commissioned works exploring the theme Utopia by Design in the first London Design Biennale. At the exhibition, you will see installations curated by the leading museums and design organisations…

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Arts Exhibitions Events * They Drink It In The Congo & Maman Le Mot


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Mandela Trilogy Royal Festival Hall | To 03 Sept 2016 The life of Nelson Mandela is brought to the stage in an epic operatic tribute. It follows Mandela from tribal initiation rites on the banks of the Mbashe River and heady and rebellious jazz-fuelled days in Sophiatown, to incarceration and reflection on Robben Island and finally…

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