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UK EVENT: BLOGGERS D’LIGHT LIVE – SEPTEMBER EDITION 2013

London’s No 1 debate/quiz show is back for their September edition of ‘Bloggers D’light Live’,  featuring a range of bloggers well versed in everything from popular culture, politics, social economics and everything else in between. They also give their unique perspective on a variety of topics, allowing the audience to interact with, as well as take in all the wisdom that the debaters have to offer.    Special guest debaters on the evening will be: Dane Bapetiste (Comedian) Carla Marie (Singer/Songwriter) Babatunde (Comedian) Miss DJ KC(/DJ/Presenter) []

UK EVENT: FLAVOUR MAG PRESENTS GOOGLE TOP BLACK TALENT

Flavourmag presents Google’s Top Black Talent’ is a monthly series of inspiring, entertaining and educational Hangouts on Air featuring role models across industries, including technology, law, engineering, PR, music and fashion, to help black students, graduates and early career professionals, gain insight into career possibilities, learn key skills to get ahead and benefit from career wisdom from seasoned professionals. This month’s Flavourmag presents Google’s Top Black Talent show takes place on Wednesday 28th August 2013 at 4.30pm-6pm with a PR focused panel and skills talk []

UK EVENT: CAMBRIDGE STUDENTS BRING GROUND BREAKING PLAY ‘FOR COLORED GIRLS’ TO LONDON

After five star reviews and breaking history in Cambridge, Justina Kehinde and Ifeyinwa Frederick are bringing Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls [Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf] to London for one night only. The play, a choreopoem originally written by Ntozake Shange, will be staged at the Canada Water Culture Space on Friday, September 13, 7.30pm – followed by a Q&A with the cast and crew hosted by Hannah Pool. The original Cambridge run of the play directed and produced by []

V&A MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD – AFRO SUPA HERO EXHIBITION – (LONDON)

14 September 2013 – 9 February 2014 Afro Supa Hero is a snapshot of a childhood and journey to adulthood, shown through a personal collection of pop cultural heroes and heroines of the African diaspora. Jon Daniel’s action figures, comic books and games offer an insight into the experience of a boy of African Caribbean heritage growing up in 1960s and 1970s Britain, in search of his identity. Born in East Sheen in southwest London and as the child of West Indian []