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Black History Month

Black History Month

at Theatre in the Mill

Shows: Monday 22nd October 2012 - Thursday 8 November 2012

Tickets: £5
Call 01274 233200 or email theatre@bradford.ac.uk

About Black History Month

Black History Month (BHM) Afrikan History Month (AHM) is held every October in Britain, and February in USA and Canada

The aims are to:

- Promote knowledge of the Black History, Cultural and Heritage

- Disseminate information on positive Black contributions to British Society

- Heighten the confidence and awareness of Black people to their cultural heritage

The origins of BHM go back to 1926 when Carter G Woodson, editor for thirty years of the Journal of Negro History, established African Caribbean celebrations in America. It is still celebrated there in February each year

Black History at Theatre in the Mill

In recognition of the celebrations surrounding Black History Month, Theatre in the Mill has put together a small programme of work that explores the Black and Asian experience in Britain and further asks questions about how best we support these stories being told.

Monday 22nd October 2012

Supporting Black and Asian performance makers - panel discussion

Tuesday 23rd October

The Fishes of Isis - Joe Williams

Wednesday 24th October 2012

Rehearsed Reading: 'Happy Place' by Yasmeen Khan

Thursday 8 November 2012

Rehearsed Reading: 'Cartographies of Love' by Irna Qureshi

How to find us

Theatre in the Mill, Off Shearbridge Road, Bradford

Post code for Sat Navs: BD7 1NX

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