FIRST FRIDAY CLUB - OLAUDAH EQUIANO - A voyage into His-story

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OLAUDAH EQUIANO - A voyage into His-story

Summary

Olaudah Equiano was snatched from his home, country and culture at the age of eleven and not only did he survive captivity deprivation, cruelty and betrayal, he became and outstanding and respected figure in 18th century London.

Date & time

Date:7 October 2022

Time:11am to 12.30pm

Event Details

Address:Peckham Library
122 Peckham Hill street
Peckham
London

Post code:SE15 5JR

Tickets:FREE

Telephone:07802970511/07484270882

Open hours:11.00 - 12.30pm

Description

FIRST FRIDAY CLUB
TAYO Fatunla and Hugh Closs present illustrated visuals of Olaudah Equiano's narration of his story from slavery to a respected author in London.
Hugh Closs worked for the BBC and he brings his presentation and storytelling skills to this event charting Equiano's life and story.

Illustrator and animator, and OUR ROOTS creator TAYO Fatunla narrates along with Hugh's presentation a visual account of Equiano's story in full colour

Transport

By Bus:63, 12, 36, 177,

By Tube:Elephant and Castle tube station and by bus
Oval Tube station and by bus

By Train:Peckham Rye station

Map

Accessibility

Access for wheelchair usersAccess for wheelchair users

Adapted toiletAdapted toilet

Seat availableSeat available

Lifts/Wheelchair access

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