Black History Month
As we celebrate Black History Month, let’s discover attractions and experiences that showcase the work of Black creatives across Britain. Take a train ride and explore Nengi Omuku’s “The Dance of People and the Natural World” at Hastings Contemporary Gallery, or visit Tate Modern to witness the exhibition “A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography”. You can also learn about iconic performers at the DIVA exhibition at V&A South Kensington, or explore the world of style at the Fashion and Textile Museum.
When you need a break from museums and exhibitions why not indulge by having afternoon tea or sipping cocktails at the Royal Horseguards Hotel? You can also enjoy all things home at The Cake & Bake Show, explore Grand Designs Live Birmingham, and get ready for the festive season at the Ideal Home Show at Christmas London. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to discover incredible art, vibrant culture, and important stories this Black History Month.
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Black History Month Attractions
Printed paper Voucher Required Under 18's free entryAt Hastings Contemporary we bring world-clas...
Tate Modern: A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography
Advance booking only Exhibition Dates: 6 July - 14 January 2024Bringing together a group of art...
V&A South Kensington - DIVA
Printed paper Voucher Required Exhibition dates: 1 July 2023 - 7 April 2024Offer valid until 7 M...
Fashion and Textile Museum
Advance booking onlyThe Fashion and Textile Museum is the only museum in the UK dedicated to show...
Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village
Exclusions apply: Closed 24 - 26 December, Events may be excluded Advance booking only Watts Ga...