Celebrating John Archer, Black Heroes Foundation returns to Wandsworth Arts Fringe with a fantastic line up of theatre, music and spoken word.
The Black Heroes Soul Food Cafe presents a short play telling the story of John Archer; spoken word from David Neita, and the UK Soul power-house group The British Collective (Don-e, Junior Giscombe, Omar Lye-fook, and Noel McKoy).
Iconic pioneers of Black British popular culture celebrate the life and times of Battersea’s very own Black Hero, John Archer. A pan-Africanist, photographer, and politician, John Archer became the first Black Mayor in London in 1913.
An evening of enlightenment, music and fun. Black Heroes Foundation using the Arts to bring joy telling the stories of our heroes.
A CELEBRATION WITH THE BRITISH COLLECTIVE - THE STORY OF JOHN RICHARD ARCHER: BATTERSEA'S FIRST BLACK MAYORWAF Big Top / 2 July, 7.30pm — 9.45pmTickets: £10.00
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Live digital stream of in person event2 July, 7.30pm — 9.45pm
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