Windush Next Generations has a Nice Cup Of Tea

Kuumba Nia Arts and Unlock the Chains Collective collaborate to shine a theatrical light on the past

We have partnered with Unlock the Chains Collective to create theatrical interventions for these two exciting on going projects.   From early days of the West Indies enslavement and sugar trade through to the journeys of the Windrush generations into today. The lives and stories of those in the West Indies/Caribbean and Britain intertwine.

Windrush The Next Generation

We are sharing and exploring some of Oxford's local voices and stories of the Windrush generation, through theatrical exchanges. Using dramatic monologues, poetry, song, dance, storytelling and creative workshops. Working with community elders, young people and  community groups, sharing in the Museum spaces. Keeping the voices of Windrush generations past and present alive and heard.

We are working with a range of Oxford based groups including ACKHI, Oxford Museums Pitt Rivers,  Ashmolean, Museum of Oxford, Fusion, Oxford University, Brooks University, BKLUWO, schools and other community groups

Up Coming Performances
Windrush Day Ashmolean take over day 22 June 12- 4 

Cowley Road Carnival 7 July   

Nice Cup of Tea   

Is a project looking at the hidden stories behind Empire and Colonialism through Ceramics and British tradition of A Nice Cup Of Tea . We bring the past to life  by fusing performance poetry, drama, storytelling and song, exploring the realities of the Sugar trade and it's impacts. 

Working with Museum of Oxford, Pitt Rivers, Ashmolean and BKLUWO and ACKHI

Up Coming events 

Nice Cup of Tea Exhibition Launch  

Ashmolean Museum May 22 6-8