Time & Location
31 Oct 2021, 16:30 – 19:00
St Luke's Bombed Out Church, Leece St, Liverpool L1 2TR, UK
About the Event
As part of ROUTES & ROOTS - Festival of the African Diaspora, a two-week festival celebrating Black History Month, we're inviting you to try different activities from the African Diaspora: dance, drumming, spoken word, and more! You can also build props and/or learn skills to BE PART of the carnival itself!
STAGE SHOW - BOMBED OUT CHURCH - 31st October, 5-7pm - No pre-booking required (OTD).
- Limited space available on a first come first served basis.
- Doors open at 4.30pm.
- All ages welcome.
Some of the acts you'll see include: ‘Voodoo Vibes’ a collaboration by Katumba drumming, vocals by Amber and spoken word by Addae Gasking, nephew of the one and only Godfrey Holder, the voodoo priest in the classic James Bond film; ‘Jump Up and Be Seen’ carnival dance showcase by Movema, Levi Roots and his inspired poetry to name a few! All interspersed with fire, puppetry and magical projection displays.
The first female UK City Mayor, Joanne Anderson, will be opening the event and marking the official launch of BlaST* -Black & Brown Social Traders Network, of which Katumba is a part of, and who collaborated on ‘Routes & Roots - Festival of the African Diaspora’
For all other workshops, please use Katumba's contact details provided on their website to book your free space! https://www.katumba.co.uk/routes-and-roots
FIND OUT MORE: www.katumba.co.uk/routes-and-roots
*BlaST is the Black & Brown Social Traders Network, officially launching on the 31st of October to connect and support Socially Trading Organisations (STO’s) by ethnically diverse leaders in the Liverpool City Region. With thanks to funding from Kindred.