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Comedian Stephen K Amos leads BHM celebrations in Enfield

FUNNY MAN: Stephen K Amos

PERFORMERS INCLUDING comedian Stephen K Amos and Lovers Rock heavyweights Janet Kay and Caroll Thompson are among the winning line-up who will take to the stage for Black History Month celebrations at Enfield’s Millfield Theatre and Dugdale Centre.

This year, the popular venues are celebrating Black History Month with a stunning programme of performances - including music, drama, comedy and dance.


SPECTACULAR: Dancers from award-winning collective Ballet Black

The entertainment begins with the award-winning dance company Ballet Black. The company celebrate hugely talented black and Asian dancers from around the world. Their brand new piece, War Letters, is set against the thrill of London dance halls during the Blitz.


IN TUNE: Lovers Rock stars Janet Kay, Caroll Thompson and Victor Romero Evans

London Community Gospel Choir will be performing some of the greatest gospel songs ever and funny man Stephen K Amos returns to Millfield after a sell-out success at Edinburgh Festival. He will be followed by three of the most important influences on the British Black Music scene, Lovers Rock stars Janet Kay, Caroll Thompson and Victor Romero Evans, who will be performing the very best of their back catalogue.

The Magic of Motown speaks for itself - 36 back-to-back massive Motown hits! It wouldn’t be Black History Month if there wasn’t a mention of the undisputed King of Pop, revived by Jackson Live in Concert.

Over at the Dugdale Centre in Enfield Town, ZHE explores the notion of what makes us who we are.

This haunting play is based on the true-life story of the two performers, travelling from Zimbabwe to London’s gritty inner city.

Finishing off this stunning programme of events, Dugdale Centre favourites and regular sell outs, Ziggy’s World Jazz Club, join forces with the world renowned British vocalist Julie Dexter.

For more information/book tickets visit www.millfieldtheatre.co.uk, www.dugdalecentre.co.uk or call 0208 807 6680.

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