Kwame and the Lockdown


30 Oct-2020

Kwame and the Lockdown

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An Interactive Theatre Performance & Community Dialogue event about Black Men in the time of COVID-19

Like many other Men like Kwame we are living in a Historic moment.

Join us on the global stage for a virtual performance so that we connect and dialogue about how we can move forwards with personal and collective action with our mental health and wellbeing.


United Kingdom


30 Oct 2020, Friday, 07:00 PM
30 Oct 2020, Friday, 10:00 PM

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How can Black Men survive COVID 19 and remain proactive during these challenging and uncertain times?

How do we ensure that Black Men are not the first to die in this ongoing pandemic?

What are the current obstacles Black Men face in the time of post lockdown? 

What can Black Men do collectively to look after their Mental Health & Wellbeing and address our current reality?

How can Black Men support and guide the next generation so that we are better prepared for civil action?

Black Men's Experiences of Mental Health during the pandemic


The performance on Friday 30th October will be virtual online zoom performance as part of Lambeth Black History Month Showcase


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Black Men's Online Drama Sessions focusing on Mental Health & Suicide

Black Men's Online Drama Sessions focusing on Mental Health & Suicide

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