Reel Rebels, Shelby X Studios and The Next Generation of The Mangrove 9 celebrate their “Rebel Roots” and their collective activism with a sound and visual art exhibition, Q&A's, live music, DJ, vegan Caribbean food and a licensed bar.
Reel Rebels Radio
5-7 pm: Free entry, a glass of prosecco
28th May 2022
Reel Rebels, Shelby X Studios and The Next Generation of The Mangrove 9 celebrate their “Rebel Roots” and collective historical activism with a sound and visual art exhibition featuring the work of talented artists, Q&A’s, live music, DJ Fraggle, vegan Caribbean food and a licensed bar. This is a radio event with live broadcasts, recordings and interviews. We welcome you as a studio audience
5-7 pm: Free entry, a glass of prosecco and artist Q&A
7 pm – Late: £7.50
7.30-7:45: Discussion: The Next Generation of
7.30-7.45: Discussion: The Next Generation of The Mangrove 9
9:3O LIVE Music: MC Reason, Fuzzie Barz and more TBC
10:30 PM – MIDNIGHT: DJ Fraggle:
‘ACTIVISM: PLEASURE X PAIN
Shelby X Studios presents a probing Q&A where artists Euella Jackson, Lucy J. Turner , Roseanna Dias and host Grace Kress discuss ‘burnout culture’, in activism and art and the notion of ‘suffering’ to be an artists.
THE NEXT GENERATION OF THE MANGROVE 9: Under Attack? We fight back!
The Next Generation of the Mangrove 9 take us back to the 70s with a series of photo-images, articles, video and audio that look at how police targeted a community restaurant and how the community fought back.
Reel Rebels and Shelby X Studios explore their Hackney roots with a presentation on Hackney Community Defence Association (HCDA), a group of Hackney residents who in the 80s & 90s brought 96 cases against the Metropolitan Police and won 92!
MC Reason presents the live music (artists TBC).
Dj Fraggle (Poetic Funk)
1st generation Popper, Locker, Boogie dancer, and promoter of Poetic Funk, Fraggle specialises in Funk, Jazz Funk, Boogie, 80s Soul to name just a few genres.