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Reggae Exhibition – The Real Reggae Story

29 May 2019 @ 2:00 PM - 2 June 2019 @ 10:00 PM


Reggae Exhibition – The Real Reggae Story

The rhythm of life the reggae exhibition the real reggae story. Presented by Caribbean African reunion promotions.

Date:29 May – 2 June 2019
for 5 days
Venue:Chestnut Community
Address:280 St Anns Road
London N15 5BN
Time:2pm – 10pm
Entry:£5 adults | £3 under 12s

For more info visit: reggaeexhibition.Com or contact: [email protected] 07940732518 / 07438 346 787 / 020 84427659.

Celebrating Kuminia, pokomina, Burru, Mento, Nyabinghi, ska, Rock Steady, Dance Hall, Lovers Rock, Dub, Roots Reggae And Other Genres.

Art Photographs And Installations

Display Boards Showcasing The History Of Reggae Music, Artefacts, Bluespot Gramophone, Valve Amplifiervinyl Records, Plus Other Memorabilia.

The Program

Music Workshops Will Be Hosted By The Following Artists And Industry Specialists:

Alan Noel Weekes (Aswad)

Dennis Bovell (Bass, Matumbi)

Carroll Thompson (Queen Of Lovers Rock)

Carl Gentles (Keyboard, Lee Scratch Perry)

Ray Carless (Saxophonist, SkavilleAllstars)

BB Seaton (Gaylads)

Eddymant (founder, Easy Street Studios)

Michael Fuller (Music Lawyer).

The aim, Visitors Will Come Away From The Exhibition With A Good Historical Grasp Of How Reggae Music Merged From The Island Of Jamaica. And it Evolved Into The Most Liberating And Enlightening Music Genre In The World.

Unesco Recently Recognised The Positive Contribution That Reggae Music Has Made To World Heritage Status. The Rhythm Of Life Reggae Exhibition Will Show How The Voices Of The Marginalised And Dispossessed In Jamaica Has Been Adopted By Various Cultures; And Societies From All Around The World. Also Illustrate The Importance Of Why We All Work So Hard To Keep Reggae Music Alive.

Curators For The Exhibition Include Reggae Historian Mandigo Of Reggae World, African Simba Of Drum Beat Records, Uncle-Sid Basefm, Bobo El Numero Uno Of Supreme Fm.


Yaffayo Asyemang, Colin Robinson, Desrie Haly Douglas Williams, Patricia Palmer, Verena Gweneth Robinson.

Stalls on the day 

Caribbean Food, Book Stalls, Art &crafts, Vinyl Record Fair, Caribbean Fruit Stall,skin &health Products, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Plus More


Your Host: African Simba🔸 Djs: Dj Robbie (Slr). (Conscious Fm), Sugar Dread (Vibes Fm) 🔸Short Documentary Film Depicting The Journey Of Reggae Music 🔸Dancers 🔸Drumming 🔸Plus Community Radio

Entrance £5 Adults, £3 Under 12s Transport: Buses 341 & 67, Underground Seven Sisters.

Opening Hours: 2pm To 10pm


29 May 2019 @ 2:00 PM
2 June 2019 @ 10:00 PM
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Chestnuts Community Centre
280 St Anns Road,
London,TottenhamN15 5BNUnited Kingdom
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