Delight at reopening of centre

TREMENDOUS: Crowds gather at the Legacy launch event

THERE WILL again be a growing roster of entertainment, education and business-focussed events in the coming months hosted in Aston, Birmingham, promised an exuberant Keith ‘Cipher’ Shayaam-Smith, CEO of the Legacy Centre of Excellence.

Speaking at the recent launch event of the venue formerly known as The Drum Arts Centre, he said: “We at Legacy are overjoyed at the tremendous turnout. I’d like to extend many thanks to all those who attended and took part in creating an incredible and memorable opening which marks the beginning of a new and exciting journey.

“We will use this as a foundation to kick-start our educational, artistic and business initiatives that will support local people, businesses and organisations within Birmingham.”

The return of the centre – believed to be the biggest black-owned facility of its kind in Europe – is rightly seen by many as…

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