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AfriKàBa festival

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blackpearl

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AS this year’s AfriKàBa festival enters its second week, the highlights of the programme are various and varied.

This evening (Friday ) at Electric Palace Cinema is a screening of Ghett’a Life, an against the odds Jamaican action drama produced by Lennox Lewis. Doors open at 7pm.

On Saturday (October 13) at 11am at Stade Hall will be a Nigerian cookery demonstration by Mamma Putts restaurant. Pay what you can.

For children there will be free family art activities on Saturday, at Hastings Museum, from 11am to 1pm and 1.30pm to 3pm, working with Irene Mensah to explore family history through unusual drawing techniques.

In the afternoon at Stade Hall there will be a children’s capoeira taster workshop, at 2.15pm for those from nine to 11 years old. Pay what you can.

On Monday (October 15), there will be Afro-Brazilian stories for children at The Bridge community centre, in Priory Road, from 10am to 1.30am, and at noon at Sussex Coast College at 12.30pm, Mamma Sila will give a talk on princess Elizabeth of Goma who lived in St Leonards during the 1800s

AfriKàBa festival enters second week - Local News - Hastings and St. Leonards Observer
 
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