Missed the live event? Watch the video of the evening!
Stories from the Windrush generation in Gloucester
Hear Elders from Gloucester tell their stories of life in the city – in the 1960s and today.
Featuring live music from a local band, free Caribbean food and a performance from spoken word artist and Bristol laureate Miles Chambers.
Can’t make it to the event in-person? Watch the free livestream online! ▶️
There’s been really high demand for this event! And we know that, even if we still had tickets available, not everyone is able to attend events in-person. So we’re going to livestream the evening as well.
Let us know your email address and we’ll send you a link to watch the online video stream of the event – live from 6.30pm on Tues 2 November.
What to expect
Join us at the Guildhall for a celebratory evening of stories, film and spoken word – complete with live band and free Caribbean food.
The evening kicks off with a relaxed meal in the main hall. Grab a plate and take the chance to chat as the band gets started.
There’ll be live music while you eat, and then the lights will go down, the big screen will come on and you’ll have the opportunity to watch Elders from Gloucester tell their stories in short films.
The films will be interspersed with spoken word performances from fantastic poets, including Bristol laureate Miles Chambers.
Where and when
Tues 2 November 2021
Gloucester’s premiere music and performance venue, right in the middle of Eastgate Street.
Gloucester, GL1 1NS
The evening lasts 2 hours in total, including the food, the band, the filmed stories and the spoken word performances.
The Guildhall will be laid out ‘cabaret-style’, with chairs grouped around tables on the hall floor.
Food will be served from 6.30pm. The bar will also be open and serving drinks. You’re welcome to take food and drinks with you into the hall, for the band and the films.