Date: SUN 2ND OCTOBER 2016
Location: 195 Piccadilly London WC1
An Evening of *Glitz & Glamour* & A Celebration of UK Black History Month | Live Music | Key Note Speeches | Exclusive Short Film Screenings | [Location] The Prestigious British Academy for Film and Television Arts | BAFTA
Tickets available online here >>>
[All profits go towards working with and supporting our young people through Creating Role Models. Providing workshops & programs for young people affected by gang culture, violence and or physical abuse].
ticket includes entry on the night and access to all the activities and festivities provided. Table bookings & VIP Packages are also available: Contact Us for more info.
Now in its third year Creating Role Models celebrate the African Caribbean culture and heritage in opulent fashion. BACK2BLACK is an exclusive BLACK TIE event. Expect Glitz and Glamour with inspirational talks, spoken word and poetry performances, live music, exclusive short film screenings and the award ceremony where we celebrate some of the individuals who have contributed selflessly to the African Caribbean community throughout 2015/16.
There will be many special invited guests and celebrities in attendance as well as prolific media coverage.
This will be a great opportunity to network and also a chance to fashion parade those elegant glad rags, polish the dust off your shoes and really have a great evening with us at Creating Role Models. This event is indeed somewhere you can bring your parents and children alike and celebrate together in style.
This fabulous occasion will be filmed for future broadcast and promoted globally. Plus enter our raffle and win one of the many great prizes available.
This is a fund raising event for our non-profit organisation Creating Role Models In Media Enterprise which works with young people steering them away from youth violence and gang culture. Our more recently launched campaign ‘I’M A SURVIVOR’ helps young people who have been sexually abused heal and have a voice. Our film SOMETHINGS was produced by the young people we support to help develop their skills and to shine a light on this highly emotive issue that effects children and young people in our community.