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Miracles of the Christmas Angels 2

Nollywood Christmas movie premieres in London

Rhoda Wilson Productions, cast and crew are super excited to present a UK Nollywood Christmas Movie, with the London Premiere on Friday 10th of November 2017. Miracles of the Christmas Angels is set mainly in North East London in a Café called

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The AKO Caine Prize for African Writing has announced 153 submissions from 22 African countries via their new online submissions platform this year, including an entry from Burkina Faso, for the first time. Also announced, are the five Judges for the Read more

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A fantasy children’s drama movie is appealing to the masses this holiday season. When all things seem dark and lost, especially given our pandemic culture right now, ‘Christmas with the King: A Journey of Hope’ is inspiring audiences of all ages Read more

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Ade learns to his horror, that a young girl died and that he, Ade, not Bola is a wanted man. Yeni helps him flee the country on condition that they get married. He returns to Lagos with a new identity, falls in love with Moji at work but... Read more

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Even without an album out, Santrofi have already been making waves all over Europe during their 2019 summer festival tour which included Roskilde (Denmark), FMM Sines (Portugal), WOMAD (UK), Fusion (Germany) and WOMEX (Finland). This young all-star Read more

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Tamikrest return with a new album ‘Tamotaït’, a vivid, irrepressible rock and roll statement, due out 27 March on Glitterbeat. Their most powerful album since 2013’s wildly acclaimed ‘Chatma’, ‘Tamotaït’ finds the band not only turning up the volume Read more

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Composer and trumpeter Jon Hassell has been an elusive, iconic musical figure for more than half a century. Read more

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The 23rd African Film Awards 2019 a.k.a Afro Hollywood Awards takes place on Saturday, 2nd November 2019. Read more

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Veteran journalist and talk show host, Funmi Iyanda brought ‘Walking with Shadows’, a novel by Jude Dibia, to the big screen, with the movie enjoying a 2-day showing at the British Film Institute (BFI) London Film Festival. Read more

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Cultural icon and celebrity talking drummer - Ayan De First is to host the African Cultural Gala Night (ACGN) on October 19 at the Palm Hotel in London. Put together to showcase African culture before a global audience, ACGN will be promoting the Read more

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In her quest to reduce violence within London's Black community, Tomi Adetayo has "embarked on a journey, sharing moments with 25 black men living in London who are making an impact in their communities, who are courageous and full of potential." Read more

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Officials at London's City Hall

Photo Credit - Jermaine Sanwoolu

Artworks created by school children from across Nigeria's Lagos and Ogun States are currently on display in London. Tagged - “My Story of Water”, the display showcases 500 jerry cans on to which the children have painted their story of water. Read more

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A brand new international platform for the wide celebration of youth culture and creativity was launched last month. This powerful innovative initiative, was originally named and conceptualized as “Kreative Kick” by barrier breaker Read more

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Woman Of My Dreams is a very thought-provoking play which completely surprised me as I thought it was about women liberation, the quest for equality and Female Genital Cut. However, it was much more. It was not just making a stance for FGC per se, Read more

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On a windy but warm London night on the final day of a two day Residency at the Pizza Express Jazz club in Soho, I went to see Alicia Olatuja. I had seen her a couple of years ago at this same venue, but not as a solo artiste. Read more

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The Jazz Cafe in London in the company of Nigerian trumpet extraordinaire - Etuk Ubong celebrated what would have been legendary jazz trumpeter - Hugh Masekela’s 80th birthday. The concert was held in partnership with the Africa Centre. Read more

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The 22nd African Film Awards (AFA) - an evening to celebrate excellence among African film stars and the best of Black British film and TV Stars holds in London on Saturday November 3 2018. Read more

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‘Stokely in Cuba’ aka ‘I’m a Shit Activist’, a radio documentary inspired by civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael, was selected as the winner of The Whickers Radio & Audio Funding Award earlier this month. Read more

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Stunning Afro-Caribbean-Latina beauty - Miss-K made a bold appearance at the recent premiere of new movie - Compatible, giving the cameras an eyeful of her massive behind. Read more

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Picture by Hamody Gannam

A Laissez Passer. Let him pass. That’s the document the stateless carry. It’s all that those from the occupied Golan Heights possess. Since 1967, the area has been part of Israel, but the inhabitants aren’t Israelis. They don’t have any citizenship. Read more

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The Whicker’s World Foundation has launched its annual awards with the exciting news that the UK’s biggest Documentary Funding Award, of over £100,000, will now be open to entrants of all ages, who have the potential to walk in the steps of Read more

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