“Urban” comic Kevin J opened the highly anticipated Screen Nation Awards ceremony last night at the IndigO2. I was unable to make it to the event but I’ve been told that Kevin was forced to cut his set short due to audience members failing to see the funny side after he made jokes about the London riots (Too soon folks???) and black people. Kevin was booed and heckled and then apparently went in to old skool Dot Cotton mode and started to preach to the audience. Fellow blogger Lisa Bent who was in attendance said, Kevin […]
The highly anticipated Screen Nation Film & TV Awards 2011 took place at the IndigO2 last night in London. Check out the winners list below. Male Performance in Film – Clint Dyer Female Performance in Film – Thandie Newton Male Performance in TV – Nonso Anozie Female Performance in TV – Wunmi Mosaku Favourite Male TV Star – Arinze Kene Favourite Female TV Star – Tameka Empson Emerging Talent – La Charne Jolly Young Shooting Star– Daniel Kaluuya Comedy Performer – Andy Osho Diversity in Factual […]
The annual Miss Flavour beauty pageant will take place on the 9 November at the Cafe de Paris in London. Check out some of the contestants below. Click HERE to view more photographs and for more information about the event.
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Well it’s almost that time again folks when Britain recognises selected areas of black history during the month of October. Selected areas of black history usually covered during this period… 1) A brief look at the horrors of slavery and then fast forward straight through to Britain abolishing slavery. 2) The Windrush years – when hundreds of West Indians travelled to the “mother country” in 1948 on a ship called The Empire Windrush in search of a better life and more opportunities as promised by the old Empire. What happened and the hardships they faced after they […]
The third annual BEFFTA (Black Entertainment, Film, Television & Arts) awards launch took place at the Hilton Park Lane on Friday (September 16th). Click HERE to view the world’s longest nominations list and HERE to view more photographs from Friday’s launch. The 2011 BEFFTA Awards ceremony will take place on the October 22nd at the prestigious Light House.
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……. US artists seem to be performing here and in the rest of Europe more than ever now (Croatia seems to be a popular destination too), especially the one’s who haven’t had a hit record in America since Noah built the arc. Anyway I wonder who the ‘UK support’ act/s will be.
In 2006 I sat on a judging panel for a Female MC competition and Lioness reached the final. She has come a long way since then and is one talented young lady. Well done Lioness. Keep up the good work. MONDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER TICKETS £10 IN ADVANCE DOORS FROM 7:00PM Lioness “RoarNess” Release Party Click HERE to purchase tickets.
Photograph courtesy of Getty Images Ridiculous.