To celebrate Black History Month the Canal & River Trust and Binks Yard are inviting people down to the canalside to enjoy a celebration of black artists and performers, by the water.
See the city from a completely different perspective in a Canadian canoe, or from a trip onboard one of Megan & Tinks’ narrowboats. If staying on dry land is your thing there will be DJ sets, live music, gospel choir, spoken word performances, African drumming and Reggaerobics.
This event is free and open to all. Donations are welcome on the day to support future community initiatives. Get your free tickets today!
12:00 DJ Aich // Canoe sessions starting at Binks Yard // Heritage Walk meeting in Market Square (with Nottingham Black Archive’s Panya Banjoko) // Narrowboat trip for Windrush generation (meeting at Blue Iron Bridge, Castle Wharf)
13:00 Drumming with Njega // Swim confidence programme consultation
14:00 Spoken Word – Cara Thompson
14:30 Aisha Soulful R n B Artist // Public narrowboat trips from Binks Yard
15:00 Reggaerobics – Cazzybefit
15:15 DJ – Aich
15:30 Marcus Joseph – Saxophone
16:00 Davina Songbird
16:30 DJ Aich
17.30 Hope Community Gospel ChoirBook Now