Aug 17, 6.30-8.30pm: Britain’s Contribution To The Development Of Reggae Music
In marking Jamaican “independence”, this vox pops film explores Britain’s contribution towards the development of reggae by soliciting opinions from a wide range of people in and outside the music industry. Suitable for young people.
Interviewees include Prezedent, Delroy Washington, Winston Francis, Lindsay Wesker, Mandingo, Ras Kwame, Prof Paul Gilroy, Mykaell Riley, Root Jackson, Keith Waithe, Mikey Massive, Diane Abbott MP, Blacker Dread, David Katz, Lee Jasper, Zita Holbourne, Toyin Agbetu, Wozzy, Cookie Pryce, HKB Finn, Tunde Jegede, Yvonne Brewster and Neil ‘Mad Professor’ Fraser. Post-screening Q&A is chaired by Harrow Mencap CEO Deven Pillay.
Part of the BBMM2015 & British History 50:70 @ Harrow Mencap sessions: Music industry and history consultant Kwaku, who’s also founder of BBM/BMC, will be leading these sessions, which will where indicated have special guests. All sesssions provide Q&A opportunities. Although we aim to end at 8.30pm, mindful that it’s a weekday, on certain occasions there may be networking opportunities up to 9pm.
Please note that our events are suitable for youths aged 12 and above. Spaces are limited, so please book events that you’re certain of attending.