When I Came to England: An Oral History of Life in 1950s and 1960s Britain – Illustrated

Tuesday 13th October 2015

When I Came to England is a uniquely honest and compelling anthology of reminiscence about life in Britain during the 1950s and ‘60s for Caribbean migrants. Collected and edited by Z. Nia Reynolds, the stories cover the spectrum of human emotions and are tragic, funny, honest and frank. Join Nia and Dulwich District U3A for an afternoon of reminiscing, a bit of music, tea and cake.

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