Young people from diverse communities will be given a platform to showcase what they have learnt at the Jamaican Business Language and Marketing workshops, held at Rich Mix from 7th-16th April. After presentations and training are given by key business leaders and workshop leaders, volunteers will take part in producing short promo videos, posters and leaflet designs and explore how Jamaican patois and music can be used to promote & market Jamaican business.
The Evening Showcase promises to be an exciting, free live event that will feature large-screen promotional videos and spoken word performances centred on Jamaican dialect and compelling imagery created by Jamaica Hidden Histories volunteers. There will be a special guest performance from Freddie Notes, who will take us through a fantastic Jamaican musical journey spanning 70 years.
Jamaica Hidden Histories is an educational project by Full Spectrum Productions and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It aims to unearth and communicate information to understand the history of Jamaica, its distinctive cultural identity and links with Britain. The project will explore how Jamaican culture has become a recognisable and global brand.
FREE Evening Showcase Details
17th April 2014
35-47 Bethnal Green Road
London E1 6LA
This is a FREE live event
Places are limited reserve as soon as possible: 020 7613 7494
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About Full Spectrum Productions Ltd.
Full Spectrum Productions, formed in 2004, is a BME not-for-profit production company. The main purpose is to design, develop and deliver interactive community educational projects to inform, enable learning and participation. Our activities include research, volunteer training, theatre/film productions, publications and events relating to the varied social issues, past and present that are topical in diverse Britain.