A charity evening celebrating African culture and the contribution it has made to Lambeth will raise money for the Mayor of Lambeth’s chosen charities on Friday March 30th.
The event has been organised by the Mayor of Lambeth Cllr Christiana Valcarcel to raise money for the children’s charity Kids Company, The Evelina Children’s Hospital, and Mosaic Clubhouse, which supports people with mental health issues.
The event will be held in the Assembly Halls at Brixton Town Hall and will feature performances of West African music and dance from Usifu Jalloh and Maambena Dancers, rap and poetry from Alim Kamara, as well as performances from Ayo-Dele Edwards. It starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £20 with all proceeds going to the Mayor’s charities. To purchase tickets please contact Mandy Plummer or Yvonne Malcolm on 020 7926 2120 or call in at the Mayor’s Office, Room 124, Brixton Hill, Lambeth Town Hall, London, SW2 1RW.
The Mayor’s charities this year are:
Kids Company – works with many children and young adults who have difficult personal or family histories, including homelessness, emotional difficulties and criminal involvement.
The Evelina Children’s Hospital at St Thomas’s – is central to the well-being of children who fall ill and premature babies.
Mosaic Clubhouse in Streatham – assists in the recovery of people with mental health issues