Back 2 Black exclusive Black History Month event to be held at 195 Piccadilly in London

An exclusive Black History Month event will take will be held in London at 195 Piccadilly, the home of BAFTA.

Back 2 BlackOrganised by Creating Role Models, the event titled Back 2 Black will be held at 195 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LN, on Sunday 5th October 2014 from 5:00pm to 11:30pm.

Black History Month, known also as “African-American History Month” in America, is an annual event which takes place in the United States and Canada during the month of February and throughout October in the UK.

During the Black History Month in the UK, a series of events are held throughout the country to celebrate the achievements, culture and history of African-Caribbean people in the country.

“It is time that we celebrate the Afro-Caribbean culture and heritage in opulent fashion,” says Creating Role Models.

This will be an exclusive black tie and formal evening wear event. “Expect Glitz and Glamour with inspirational talks, spoken word and poetry performances, live music, an exclusive short film screening and also an award ceremony where we will be celebrating some of our individuals who have contributed selflessly to the Afro-Caribbean community throughout the year 2013,” says Creating Role Models.

Sherry Ann

Sherry Ann Dixon, CEO of Women on The Crossroads, is the Ambassador for Back 2 Black – Black History Month event

Dixon, CEO of Women on The Crossroads, will be the event’s ambassador.

The event will be attended by several special invited guests and celebrities.

This will not only be a great opportunity to network, but also a chance to fashion parade those elegant glad rags, polish the dust off your shoes and really have a great evening.

“This event is indeed somewhere you can bring your parents and children alike and celebrate together in style,” Creating Role Models says.

Limited early bird BAFTA tickets now available from http://shoobs.com/events/3375/back-2-black-bafta

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