Black History Month – Nzinga Dance – African & Caribbean Dance Workshops

Sunday 24 October 2021

All welcome to learn, celebrate and enjoy cultural dance and how dance speaks to us of heritage, history, culture and everyday life.. Classes are open level, no experience necessary at all, beginners very welcome



CHILDREN AGED 5+ 2.30-3.10pm. ADULTS 3.30-5pm


BLAQOLOGY – Into The Afrozone: Grooves To Make You Move

An A-Z celebratory musical journey thru the treasure trove of Africa & Diaspora Music. Dancing shoes a must. Free Entry


Please be aware that bringing food and/or drink into the venue is prohibited, for both day and evening events. A range of refreshments are available for purchase at venue, and there is a bar.


Brixton tube station 5 minute walk. Brixton Rail Station 7 minute walk . Venue is at top of Coldharbour Lane where it meets Brixton Road. Above Ritzy Cinema.

Bus Routes: 2, 3, P4, P5, 35, 37, 45, 59, 118, 133, 159, 196, 250, 333

No parking at venue. Park on surrounding roads – However please note roads tend to be very busy. Venue is well-served by tube rail and bus so using public transport may be easier.

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