Event details

16th October 2022, 11:00am to 4:00pm

Bromley High Street

  • Children and families
  • Global communities

Cost

£Free

Enjoy some exciting black culture experiences, representing the wonderfully diverse community in Bromley.

From 11am – 4pm each Sunday, on the high street near Metro Bank, Your Bromley will host a variety of craft workshops, stalls - run by black creators and makers - and delicious dishes from Bromley’s very own Rhythm & Thyme Caribbean restaurant, followed by live steel pan and gospel choir music lifting our spirits from 4pm – 6pm

Flakies Fashion by Fola will showcase their beautiful, hand-made, limited edition Ankara print designs, offering affordable and authentic fashions.

Mangotree Kids Jolly Djembe Experience are offering wonderful fun and engaging African drumming sessions designed to immerse children in the rich history and culture of Africa. You’ll learn about the importance of the Djembe drum in Black history and have an opportunity to wear beautiful African robes or Cultural Superhero Capes.

Africa Experience will be running hands-on craft workshops where you can learn more about and try traditional African crafts, including Beading, Mask making and Textiles.

Jamii is a community of Black creators and makers and a discovery platform for up-coming British brands. A variety of Jamii’s makers will be showcasing their unique pieces to browse and buy.

Rhythm and Thyme – this popular local Caribbean restaurant will be serving a selection of dishes on both days, including mouth-watering patties and dumplings, jerk, curry goat, fried fish and Calalloo - all served with rice and peas or white rice.