The Rastafari HQ: The Hidden History of St Agnes Place
Friday 1 July, 7.00pm-9.00pm
Explore the historical, cultural, and spiritual importance of 28-34 St. Agnes Place in Kennington, SE11. Discover the fascinating story hidden behind this building occupied by different groups from the Rastafari community for over 30 years. Learn about the significant role the headquarters played in the development of the movement in London and beyond. Together, we ask questions to understand how did this place evolved into a thriving hub for the Rastafari community, and become recognised as the Rasta International Headquarters.
Join us for a deeper exploration to understand the legacy of this hidden history, as the Ethiopian World Federation Inc. provide us with a historical insight into the significance of St. Agnes place in London.
Tickets are £7, £5 concessions
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