Whether you are looking to connect with conscious black individuals culturally, socially, or just to have a positive and enlightening time, have a look at the latest events organised by our people, for our people!


Community Mile for Sickle Cell

Sunday July 23, 2017. Tottenham, north London.

Hosted by the Sickle Cell Cause support group, come and join the community charity walk, and help to raise the much needed awareness of sickle cell, because when it comes to our health, knowledge too, is also power.

To find out more, click here.

Black History Walks presents… Black Statues Walk around London

Saturday August 20, 2017 at 11 – 13:00pm. Tickets from £5.90 – 27.14.

Discover the various statutes and monuments that represent Black Londoners and its history. Seek, learn, teach.

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I love Jamaica Day

Sunday July 30, 2017. 12 – 18:00pm at Capital City Academy, Doyle Gardens, Willesden, London.


Young African Scholars Programme

July – August 2017

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pic: conscious whatsapp group

London 2017: UK’S Natural Hair, Beauty & Wellness Event

Saturday August 5, 2017. Fulham, south London, 11:00am – 18:00pm. Tickets (child – £10), (adult – £25) and (VIP – £50). Tickets cannot be purchased on the day.

Model, Naoumie Ekiko from Cameroon

Don’t miss out on the UK’s largest event dedicated to natural hair and beauty! Come and join this unique experience, where you can expect to discover, learn and celebrate natural hair, beauty and wellness!

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Disrupting the Black Hair and Beauty Industry

Saturday August 29, 2017. Park Plaza County Hall, south east London, 18:30 – 21:30pm. Tickets from £3 – £10.

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The Black Beauty and Fashion Awards 2017

Friday November 3, 2017. Porchester Hall, west London, 17:30 – 23:30pm. Tickets from £69 – £129.

Black Beauty Communications in conjunction with Africa House London will be bringing you the first ever Black Beauty and Fashion Awards! Join in with this history making event for Black Beauty products!

To find out more, click here.

BT Buff: Black Films Matter – Afternoon Shots, by British Urban Film Festival

Friday September 6, 2017. at the BT Tower, London. 16:00 – 20:00pm. Tickets £16.22

Celebrate and embrace black made films.

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Lindy Hop Dance Class

Every Thursdays, Hackney,  east London, 20:00 – 21:00pm (beginners) and 21:00 – 22:00pm (variations/solo/jazz), £8 per class. £38 for a five class pass.

How many of us were even aware that the Lindy Hop or Swing dance originated from BLACK people? Bought to you by a Black Queen with 25 years experience of the dance, come along and re-discover a this Harlem bred culture, so few us have been taught about.

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New 2016 mental health service specialising in Black Mental Health

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pic: creative commons

Launched in November 2016,  FAB offers vital support to individuals and families who suffer in silence from mental health issues.

To find out more, click here.


Feel the African drum, feel the African rhythm, feel the African beat in you!

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pic: creative commons

Jahdiafolia –   http://www.jahdiafolila.com/

London African Drumming – http://www.londonafricandrumming.co.uk/

Wuntanara – http://wuntanara.com/

London Dance – http://londondance.com/directory/dance-classes-and-workshops/frititi-traditional-african-drumming-and-dance-ltd/

Websites to keep note of for more events!

Black History Walks (in London) – http://www.blackhistorywalks.co.uk/

Maarifacircle –  http://www.maarifacircle.com/

African Market –  http://www.oldspitalfieldsmarket.com/the-market/saturday-market/the-african-market

Black Culture Meet Ups – http://black-culture.meetup.com/cities/gb/17/london/