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  • 1. creative and media Creative and media gives you the ability to develop and express ideas within the fields of creative and media enables young people to 'imagine the world differently'. It offers them the opportunity to shape their identity, culture and society, through challenging what is known or accepted.
  • 2. Rich/Mix
  • 3. Rich/mix Rich Mix Mission In its work and all areas of the organisation, Rich Mix aims are: - to celebrate London's cultural diversity and establish a new landmark in world culture - to showcase work from BAME and marginalised communities - to encourage, nurture, grow and explore the cultural and creative talent of all people through a vibrant, dynamic celebration of entrepreneurship, utilising the creative industries and artistic expression as its foundations.
  • 4.
    • Throughout the past year, Rich Mix has been the place where local talent can shine - whether it be fashion, music, rap, art or discussion. We have started to build relationships with other organisations to create a space for the community to strut their stuff and showcase their work.
    Raw Talent.
  • 5. Contact us. RICH MIX 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA BOX OFFICE: 020 7613 7498 OFFICE/ADMIN: 020 7613 7490 FAX: 020 7613 7499 [email_address] www.richmix.org.uk
  • 6. Theatre Royal The Theatre Royal opened in 1884, and since then it has undergone many changes. In 1992 the beautiful Victorian-era auditorium was restored; it seats up to 460 people on three levels (Stalls, Dress Circle, and Upper Circle) with all seats having a good view of the stage. The refurbishment project has enabled the theatre to re-open in the Autumn of 2001 with both technical facilities and public areas fit for the 21st Century.
  • 7. Artistic Development. We produce 7 new shows a year including a traditional pantomime, one-off shows and try-outs. We have previously run month long Musical Theatre Workshops with the aim of developing new contemporary musicals that represent the eclecticism of multicultural London (Musical Theatre). Our Education work, artistic training (Script Development), audience outreach (Access), and approach to Casting all form part of our holistic approach to developing new work and new audiences. We are committed to developing new work that represents the aspirations and concerns of our diverse local community. (Mission Statement)  
  • 8. Contact. Theatre Royal Stratford East Gerry Raffles Square Stratford London E15 1BN Box Office open Mon – Sat, 10am – 7pm Box Office & Information Telephone : 020 8534 0310 Mon – Sat, 10am –6pm Type talk: 07972 918 050 Fax: 020 8534 8381 Administration Line : 020 8534 7374 Email : theatreroyal@stratfordeast.com
  • 9. Voice of Africa.
  • 10. About us.
    • HISTORY OF VOAR
    • Voice of Africa Radio was set up on 1st of January, 2000, to correct the exclusion and marginalization of the African community from the electronic media. The station operated unlicensed at that time, covering London-wide. Its success and popularity went beyond description, achieving London-wide and international celebrity.
    • In June 2002, Voice of Africa Radio was awarded a trophy for excellence and communal spirit, presented by the Ghanaian High Commissioner, Mr. Isaac Osei, at an award ceremony held by the Ghana Union London and many other awards.
  • 11. Programmes.
    • MONDAY
    • TIME ————–  PROGRAMME ————–  SYNOPSIS
    • 6 – 9am                       Wake up Africa
    • 9 – 11am                     People’s parliament
    • 11am – 2pm               Music 4 U
    • 2 – 4pm                       Work and happiness (working title)
    • 4 – 6pm                       On the Road
    • 6 – 7pm                       News talk
    • 7 – 8pm                       Music 4 U
    • 8 – 10pm                    Africa speaks
    • 10 – 12am                  Down south (networking)
    • 12 – 2am                     Lovers Rock
    • 2 – 5.30am                Music/Gospel Medley
    • 5.30 – 6am                Morning Devotion (followed by Breakfast news)
    • TUESDAY
    • TIME ————–  PROGRAMME ————–  SYNOPSIS
    • 6 – 9am                      Wake up Africa
    • 9 – 11am                    People’s parliament
    • 11am – 2pm              Music 4 U
    • 2 – 4pm                      Work and happiness (working title)
    • 4 – 6pm                      On the Road
    • 6 – 7pm                      News talk
    • 7 – 8pm                      Woman 2 Woman
    • 8 – 10pm                   Africa speaks
    • 10 – 12am                 Central Africa
    • 12 – 2am                    Lovers Rock
    • 2 – 5.30am                Music Medley
    • 5.30 – 6am                Morning Devotion (followed by Breakfast news)
  • 12. Contact.
    • VOAR contact Space Clottey on 020 8471 9111 M: 07950 819 519
    • www.voiceofafricaradio.com
  • 13. Bangla T.V
  • 14. About us.
    • Bangla TV starts it operation with a big public event on July 1999 at Wimble Hall, but its transmission begins on 16th September 1999. Last 9 years it is serving for the Bengali Community living in UK and EU cities.Bangla TV (Sky--786 Free view) broadcasting from London for one of the biggest minority community in UK. About 700,000 Bengali speaking people are now living in UK and another 700,000 living in EU countries. Before 1999 there was no Television channel for Bengali speaking people in this region. So Bangla TV was not an introduction for this community but also it creates opportunity to the Bengali community to think and share with Media world by their own language. A number of renowned Politicians, Celebrities, and Cultural personalities attended the Bangla TV programmers.
  • 15. Programmes.
    • Bangla TV (Worldwide) Ltd. is a television channel for the Bengali population in the U.K, You can watch Live program, drama serial, daily Bangladeshi news here. Even you can watch live Bangla TV online through our website. See our recent Live program, daily program and Drama serial schedule below.  
  • 16. Contact.
    • Bangla TV (Worldwide) Ltd. Bangla TV (USA) Ltd. Horizon TV Network Ltd. Bangla TV (INL) Ltd. Contact address: 67,Rothbury Road Hackney Wick London E9 5HA Tel: 020 8985 8435 email: info@banglatv.co.uk Web: www.banglatv.co.uk