Black History Month: Visit Sheffield’s First African-Caribbean Market
Sheffield's first African-Caribbean market will take place this October, in celebration of Black History Month.
Reflecting the diverse culture of Sheffield, visitors will be able to enjoy a flavour of the Caribbean with food, clothing, song and dance - bringing old and young people together. As well as a diverse range of markets stalls, there will be art, entertainment and exhibitions.
Over 30 stalls including authentic African-Caribbean food, clothes, books and crafts
Live performances from singers, dancers and poets
A ‘Human Library’ exploring the experiences of the Windrush generation
The Front Room, recreating a Jamaican front room from the 1950s
An art exhibition created by young people
This event is organised by ADIRA, in partnership with Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Property Association, Sheffield Business Together, Action Collective and Unity Project Sheffield.
Anyone interested in booking a stall can contact ADIRA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Businesses interested in contributing can contact: email@example.com
Fargate & The Moor
From: 25/10/2021 To: 30/10/202110am - 6pm