Rocksteady Tea Party has a really exciting programme packed with Music, Film, Spoken Word, Dance and Visual Art.
The event commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Jamaica and Trinidad’s Independence and Caribbean influence in UK society.
The line up starts with a free pre-show Samba Reggae workshop at 4pm by Rosaria Gracia with Maracutu Cruzeiro do Sul. Outside the main doors, dynamic duo Sly & Reggie provide some unique entertainment with their Middle Class Dub SOund System – from a Morris Minor pickup!
Also on the bill are the amazing poet and songstress Zena Edwards and a preview of new film “Rocksteady Stories”. Slideshow presentations include “The People in Majesty” by Rose Murray and “West Indian Front Room” by Michael McMillan. Expect some great DJ sounds and live music by Prince Fatty Soundsystem featuring Hollie Cook and Horseman MC, with special guest Lovers Rock star Sylvia Tella. Also look out for some fabulous ‘pop-up’ performances, screenings and exhibitions around the venue by ART:sync, Grit Lit and Brighton & Hove Black History.
Rocksteady Tea Party is suitable for all ages so bring the whole family along to join the fun!
Sunday 20th May | 5pm – 10.30pm | Hove Town Hall Tickets £10 / 7 Concession available from Brighton Fringe Box Office tel: 01273 917272
Special Half Price Community Rate available only by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org