Caribbean Diaspora events - UK

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Events with a Caribbean flavour in the UK


From food to charity, Caribbean Intelligence provides dates for your UK diary with a love of the Caribbean in mind..... 


Caribbean Cookery Class

20 January: Learn to cook Caribbean food. Classes by Caribbean Dutchpot, Northampton.


2018 New Year Music Industry Knowledge-Boosting Workshop

20 January: British Black Music will be talking about PRS royalties, collection societies and how the music industry works. Tickets are still available.


hurricane damage in Dominica   Building Back Better

   30 January: Decision-makers and experts meet to look at recovery and reconstruction policies

   in the Caribbean. Free and live-streamed but you'll need to register.



31 January: A new event presenting films made by black, Asian and minority ethnic filmmakers. Providing a supportive space to network, collaborate and develop ideas. The event is open to both professional and amateur filmmakers, including anyone with an interest in film. To get in touch and to submit a film please contact

Levi Roots Masterclass

3 February: The Reggae, reggae sauce chef hosts a masterclass in Jamaican cooking in London.

Citizenship and nationalism in the French Caribbean

14 March: Discussion at the London School of Economics.  


Afro-Caribbean Trichology

19 March: Inviting black hair professionals and nurses for a look at the structure and care of black hair. Taking place in Milton Keynes

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