Arts & Culture
Virtual Exhibition - Spirit of Mayflower: Language of Sculpture
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Published 10th March 2020
The organisers of this concert have taken the decision to postpone the event. We do not have a new date for the concert yet, but it is likely to take place in early 2021. More information.
Taking place at Nottingham Playhouse on Monday 16 March, artists from some of our Inspire Youth Arts (IYA) programmes will be joining some of the greatest performers from Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's Commonwealth communities in a spectacular night of dance and music to celebrate the Commonwealth.
Fresh from his recent signing to Island Records, artist Alfie Sharp joins a line up of some of IYAs most talented performers including Jess Fisher, Jerub and Omari & Nat from Community Recording Studios (CRS)
The Kanneh-Masons | Jinda Biant | Ravelle-Sadé Fairman | Manushi | Take One | Harkiran & Harminder Sahota | African Community Band | Freddie Kofi & Bridge Community Gospel Choir
7:00 PM – Doors open
7:30 PM – Performance acts
8:30 PM – Interval (20 mins)
8:50 PM – Performance Acts
9:50 PM – Show ends
Concert Host: Geeta Pendse
A food bag for everyone generously donated by Memsaab Restaurant, Nottingham
Tickets are £5 per person and can purchased online directly with Nottingham Playhouse here.
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