Rhythm & Views + Black Stock Films presents a dazzling Black heritage film, Carmen Jones AND vintage dance performance of 1940s / ’50s dances at West Norwood Library & Picturehouse on 18th January 2020.
Carmen Jones is a dazzling film starring Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belafonte, the leading Black stars of the 1950s.
There’s an outstanding cast, a passionate storyline, and unforgettable music.
Cheer up dreary January with this uplifting cultural classic.
The film will be shown with a stunning 1940s/’50s vintage dance performance with dance tutors Lora (Tango Heat) and Rosario (Swingout & Shimmy).
PLUS there’s the chance to have a go, if anyone’s feeling a bit ‘Strictly’, now the show’s off the air!
This event is part of the BFI Musicals season, a nationwide celebration of musical films on the big screen.
This event is STRICTLY not to be missed!
The venue: West Norwood Library & Picturehouse is fully accessible.
Transport: Train: West Norwood. Underground: Brixton.
Buses: 2, 68, 196, 468
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