Please note: this event is now sold out. If you were not able to get a ticket for the Zoom meeting, we will be livestreaming the event on our Facebook page. Tune in there at 7pm!

Honouring Generation Windrush and celebrating the generations that follow.  

Celebrate National Windrush Day with a special online event presented by the Geraldine Connor Foundation. Through interviews, poetry readings and musical performances, Khadijah Ibrahiim and Emily Zobel Marshall will take us on a journey to celebrate the impact that the Windrush Generation has had and continues to have on Britain. They will be joined on the night by special guests Colin Grant, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Camille Quamina and Christella Litras

Find out more about Colin, Linton, Christella and Camille. 

The event will be online, hosted on Zoom. Please book a ticket below and you will be sent the details for how to join the event. We are holding the event on a ‘Pay As You Feel’ basis. Tickets to the event are free but if you are able to donate, please consider doing so to support us to continue our work of delivering arts opportunities and education. 


What is Zoom?

Zoom is an online video conferencing platform. You can download it as an app on your computer or smart phone for free. If you register to attend the event you will be sent a link to a meeting that will go ‘live’ at the time of broadcast. This meeting is completely secure and only accessible through the link.

What if I am not available at the time of event, can I watch it at a later date?

Yes, a recording of the event will be posted on our YouTube channel following the broadcast. Please register for a ticket to be sent the details when it is available.

How do I add a donation with my ticket?

When you register for a ticket (below) at the checkout there will be an option to donate if you would like to.

National Windrush Day takes place every year on 22nd June to celebrate the contribution of the Windrush Generation and their descendants. It is marked each year by events, exhibitions, performances and publication across the country that pay tribute to the monumental contribution the Windrush Generation has made to Britain.

Find out more about Windrush with our Windrush Learning Resource.