Wednesday 4th November 7pm-8pm
Letters from a Generation Dreaming follows on from the sell-out Windrush Day event, . It will feature extracts from the musical Sorrel & Black Cake, discussion around the significance of letters and a live musical performance.
Letters have been used to connect African-Caribbean families and friends for generations. Letters pass on joy, grief, opinions, advice and instructions. They document lives.
Join Khadijah Ibrahiim and Emily Zobel Marshall as they explore the value of letter-writing in passing on family history and cultural traditions.
This is an online event and will take place on Zoom. Please book a ticket and you will be sent the details for how to join the event. Tickets to the event are free but there is an option to donate to the Geraldine Connor Foundation if you wish to https://www.gcfoundation.co.uk/about-us