Black Heroes Foundation

The Story of Claudia Jones

25 June
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Theatre / Performance

This play tells the story of Claudia Jones, Trinidadian born, US immigrant, political activist, victim of the USA McCarthy era, deported to England in the early 1960s, introducing the first West Indian carnival in London at St Pancras Town Hall, precursor to the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival.

It is a riot of storytelling, with colour, sound, emotion, and audience participation. Using a multitude of medium with innovative blends of drama, song, photography and film.

Authors: Jennifer Farmer & Joyce Fraser OBE

Director: Dr Anni Domingo

Actors: Montana Mascoll, Ziah Gayle & Misie Goode

Sound Design: VamvaSoundDesign. Stage Manager: Marcia Newman.

Producer: Joyce Fraser OBE, of Black Heroes Foundation

A true celebration during the week that Windrush Day falls.

Pay-What-You-Can Tickets

Event Dates Live in Venue

Battersea Arts Centre
160 Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN
25 June, 7.30pm — 9.30pmBook A Ticket

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Event Information

Genres:

Theatre / Performance

Categories:

Live Indoor

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Tel: 07986 745 486
info@blackheroesfoundation.org

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