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Apr
20
Mon
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
21
Tue
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 21 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
22
Wed
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 22 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
23
Thu
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 23 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
24
Fri
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
25
Sat
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Fish & Chip Quiz Night @ Queens Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Fish & Chip Quiz Night @ Queens Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre

Tuck into tasty fish & chips then test the little grey cells at our fundraising quiz, hosted by Grace & Faye. Teams (6 people max) must be booked by 21st April.

Food served at 7pm, quiz starts at 8pm

Apr
26
Sun
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
27
Mon
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
28
Tue
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 28 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
29
Wed
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 29 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Apr
30
Thu
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
Apr 30 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

May
1
Fri
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
May 1 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).

Ray Coates @ Queens Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre
May 1 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Ray Coates @ Queens Park Arts Centre and Limelight Theatre

Join Ray Coates for an evening of uplifting, empowering and inspirational music.

Introducing the launch of Rays album ‘Garden of Life’.

May
2
Sat
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre
May 2 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Exhibition: The Windrush: Stories, Reminiscences & Recollections @ Queens Park Arts Centre

Brought by Learning Through the Arts.

When the Second War World ended in 1945, the war caused devastation and destruction to British life and infrastructure. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. 493 men and some women responded to that call and came on the on the ship called ‘The Empire Windrush’. This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

Using exhibition, group seminar and a series of family craft workshops, this project will illustrate the invaluable contributions made by Caribbean migrants to rebuilding Britain after the second world war; as we commemorating 70 years of the arrival of Empire Windrush’s voyage from the Caribbean to Tilbury in 1948.

This exhibition will be in the Queens Park Arts Centre’s Coffee Bar, access is during the Centre’s normal opening hours; for more information visit our website (www.qpc.org).