What’s On Worldwide Connect – Leading the way, Innovative Virtual & Online Events, Exhibitions, Workshops…

Click and Link:  For Music, Films, Virtual Tours, Dance, Museums, Professional Seminars and much more…something for all ages.
Black Heroes Foundation have teamed up with Wandsworth Arts Fringe and organised  a series of events including a film telling the story of the late Sam King, lead protagonist for Windrush Day to be officially recognised. Watch film trailer here: https://www.wandsworthfringe.com/whats-on-2020/the-story-of-sam-king
Black Heroes Foundation’s Wall of Fame https://www.wandsworthfringe.com/whats-on-2020/wall-of-fame and
Who is your Hero https://www.wandsworthfringe.com/whats-on-2020/who-is-your-black-hero-asked-on-the-streets-of-wandsworth
Virtual  Black Heroes event dates for the diary:
A Story of Heroes, a musical monologue, May 22nd to May 24th 2020  12pm https://www.wandsworthfringe.com/whats-on-2020/a-story-of-heroes-a-musical-monologue
May 23rd 5.30 to 6.30 pm The Story of Claudia Jones, founder of the Notting Hill Carnival https://www.wandsworthfringe.com/whats-on-2020/black-heroes-100
Ballet Black’s Ignoma, co-commissioned and filmed at the Barbican is available to watch here from 3rd May: https://balletblack.co.uk/bb-on-film/

Black Lives in 20th Century Britain – a great selection of films some over 100 years old portraying public and private lives of black people in a changing social climate –  free films from the BFI – Black Britain on Film.


Home schooling with BBC Bitesize daily lessons for children from year one to year ten. A full daily timetable available https://bam.files.bbci.co.uk/bam/live/content/zjh72sg/pdf#sa-link_location=blocks&intlink_from_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbc.co.uk%2Fteach%2Fbitesize-daily-lessons-schedule%2Fzdtwjhv&intlink_ts=1587471098602-sa Covering core subjects the comprehensive timetable schedule is uploaded every week which makes easy planning. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bitesize-daily-lessons-schedule/zdtwjhv


Heroines of the African Holocaust: African Women in War – online event:


https://www.onlinevents.co.uk/ is a CPD service (Continuing Professional Development) offering a range of workshops and practical advice, webinars and services for  counsellors and psychotherapists  who wish to move their practices to an online/home environment.


Have a host of online events, this link provides a host of virtual events from pop-up shops, worship events, festival and virtual job fairs. The Singapore Post Graduate Masterclass fair looks interesting.

Virtual Museum Tour  https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/

Suggestion: Explore the African timeline

Universities, libraries and local town halls also offer virtual events


Take a tour of New York’s Guggenheim Museum and study artworks by the famous masters up close.

Let music and dance take you away and loose you for a day

 Ballet Black on film – House of Dreams choreographer Michael Corder, music by Claude Debussy:


For those missing the London high energy club beats and atmosphere, absorb some virtual time by listening to Hardt Antoine’s latest House & Techno  release


and for a classical repose to reflect on Windrush


For children aged 7 and above some fun-filled engineering feats using simple household products to keep them busy during Lockdown and school closures from the James Dyson Foundation. Download the challenge cards here: https://www.jamesdysonfoundation.com/resources/challenge-cards.html

Covid 19  BAME Community Conversation with panel selected from leading members of the community on 27th April 2020 at 6.30pm on Facebook and through Eventbrite plus ITN Live streaming



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