To book this event please contact Box Office on 0161 274 0600 or email@example.com.
A film screening at Contact for Women of Colour and Non-Binary People of Colour.
Come to our brand new building to experience a 40-minute film by Mele Broomes. Wrapped Up In This is a fictional representation of a caregiver, made from listening and reflecting on the truth of Black womxn. The narration of vocal melodies, dance and spoken word embodies a lingering question that haunts her. She asks herself: is this the way you want me to be?
Wrapped Up in This pays homage to the women from the Caribbean and West Africa who uprooted themselves to the UK in the 1950s and 60s, to save the NHS, whilst holding caring roles in their own homes, and across the nations’ communities.
This in-person event is free to attend. To book please call our Box Office on 0161 274 0600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – it is not bookable online.
“People of Colour,” Although the following list is not exhaustive, “People of Colour” can include people who are:
- Black (African, Caribbean decent)
- East Asian
- South-East Asian
- South Asian
- Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander
How to Book
Please note that this event is for Women of Colour and Non-Binary People of Colour
To book to attend this event, please reach out to our box office by phone on 0161 274 0600. Alternatively, you can email the box office at email@example.com
Mele Broomes Body Remedy Movement Class
Why not join an in person movement class, by Mele Broomes on Friday 22nd of October. Using exercise as a form of self-care and furthering one’s connection and understanding to the body – full info is here.
Director & Performer – Mele Broomes
Costume Designer – Sabrina Henry
Music Producer – Nwanneka Osammor
Music Producer – Sarra Wild
Music Producer – Shaheeda Sinckler
Produced by – Toni Lewis, Mele Broomes, Natasha Ruwona,
Lighting Design – Robbie Thomson
Filmmaker & Editor – Daniel Hughes
Closing Video | Co-Art Direction & Editor – Christian Noelle
Makeup – MV Brown
Production Manager – Sian Baxter
Supported by: Commissioned by Contact, Take Me Somewhere, Live Art UK Diverse Actions and Black Gold Arts.
Black Gold Arts and Contact have come together during Black History Month to deliver a line-up of outstanding Black-led art, performance and film, all supported and commissioned by the two organisations. Keep your eyes peeled for additional events.