Black Men Who Brunch
THE monthly arts, entertainment, and learning event for and by London’s Black Queer Men – with live music, Caribbean or African traditional meal - gain new skills, show your talent, network, connect and relax.
Regent’s Place are proud to host and support BlackOut. BLKOUT UK is a not-for-profit collective of Black Queer men who believe that we are stronger together and from the end of September they will be hosting Black Men Who Bruch at Regent’s Place, a monthly entertainment, arts and learning event.
Held on the last Sunday of each calendar month, the informal event brings together Black Queer Men from across the city to an oasis of Black Queer Joy. Through peer learning, debates, and gaming, attendees build up their networks, acquire new skills, and make meaningful connections.
Join the event for an African/Caribbean inspired brunch, or come along for a workshop, to hear one of the singers, or to sing yourself, to hear the life stories of elders, share your story during open mic, or join a campaign to support black queer youth . You’ll also hear from inspiringopinionated panellists.
Sunday 26 September 2021 (and then every last Sunday of the month for 2021)
Location Triton Café, Regent’s Place
Brunch 1pm – 2.30pm
Workshops and learning 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Performances 5.30pm - 8pm
Dancing and wind down lounge 8pm –9pm
For those that can’t attend in person there will also be a live podcast and livestream of select workshops and performances which can be accessed via The BlackOut Hub community app.
You can book your space and discover other BLKOUT events on the BlackOut Hub app or by head to their website.