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Friday, November 27, 2020

Steve McQueen's Mangrove opened the BFI London Film Festival

Steve McQueen’s Mangrove had its European premiere on Wednesday 7 October, when it opened the BFI London Film Festival. Co-written by Steve McQueen and Alastair …
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Roger Robinson

In January of this year, Roger Robinson was announced as the...

Seeking the true meaning of Carnival

This year saw Notting Hill Carnival take to the internet with...

Père et Fils; featuring Boscoe Holder

Campbells of London is currently hosting an exhibition entitled ‘Père et...

BBC’s Small Axe series will air in the Autumn

Small Axe, an anthology drama series developed by Oscar-winning writer and...

Arts of Conflict – The discourse of Notting Hill

London’s Notting Hill Carnival is coming under increasing pressure and attacks...

Get stuck into some Misbehaviour

Miss World has had its share of controversy, but never more...
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Alison Hinds stars in new film

Bajan soca artiste Alison Hinds appears in new movie that features...

Help support the Queen of Soca movie

With just a few days left to reach their target of...

New mystery-adventure stories in Creole bring Guyana to life for our...

What if you could have something special to remind you of...

J’Ouvert – channelling the spirit of Carnival

“Trini Hill” murmured my neighbour as soon as the two old...

Janelle Inspires

Born in Santa Cruz, in Trinidad, Janelle’s is an inspirational story....

Tanya-Nicole, the multi-talented entertaining young Islander

Tanya-Nicole Edwards is a singer, songwriter, musician and actress. She was...

If you missed seeing Bazodee

If you were one of the many who wasn’t able to...

Review – Bayonets, Mangoes and Beads, by Nairobi Thompson

At June’s official unveiling in Brixton of Britain’s first permanent memorial to the contribution made by servicemen and women from Africa and the Caribbean

A New Miss Wob Dwiyet Ti Matador & La Dame...

The Waitukubuli Culture and Tourism Initiative (WCTI) held its fourth annual Ti Matador & Miss Wob Dwiyet show on Saturday 2 December
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Online Caribbean Tales for film fans

Caribbean Tales offers fans of Caribbean film online access to the best movies from the region

Shakespeare’s Caribbean Dream

Shakespeare’s magical fairy tale, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Hasan DeFour, Living the Culinary Dream

“I am like the Trini-callaloo, made up of a mixture of okra, dasheen bush leaves, coconut milk, thyme, peppers, pumpkin

ACUK to launch Calypso in London book on 26 October

This year the London Calypso Tent enjoyed its best season yet. Now it has even more reason celebrate

A New Beacon

New Beacon, the black bookshop established back in 1966, has reopened after a six week refurbishment process

Carnival Messiah film to premiere in Leeds

Years after audiences were dazzled by Carnival Messiah

Belvidere Estate – Fedon’s House, by Herman G Hall

Sometimes a newspaper headline tells you all you need to know about a story

David Roberts – The Restless Islander

In a few weeks’ time businesses and communities from across the UK and the Caribbean will descend on the capital for three days of trading expo, food and drink conference and Caribbean-focused festivals

Bazodee wins Best Music and Audience Choice Award

Machel Montano’s movie Bazodee had two successful, sell-out screenings at the Regent Street Cinema in March
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New Beacon Books shines on

Finsbury Park’s famous Black bookshop, New Beacon Books (NBB), celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016

Bazodee, is how Machel’s new film sends dem

Soca sensation Machel Montano has been a celebrity for many years, and now looks set to gain a slew

Bazodee gets its European premiere

After a long wait, Machel Montano’s inaugural film, Bazodee, is finally headed to London for its first UK screening
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