Late at the Library x No Signal: Diaspora Dance

British Library, London.

Late at the Library x No Signal: Diaspora Dance

Friday 26 April 19:30 – 22:30 

A party with the No Signal collective with sounds from Africa and the Caribbean and access to the new exhibition, Beyond the Bassline: 500 Years of Black British Music. 

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
ADMISSION - PAY WHAT YOU CAN £7.50 (£7.50)
ADMISSION - PAY WHAT YOU CAN £8.50 (£8.50)
ADMISSION - PAY WHAT YOU CAN £10.00 (£10.00)
ADMISSION - PAY WHAT YOU CAN £12.00 (£12.00)
ADMISSION - PAY WHAT YOU CAN £15.00 (£15.00)

More information about Late at the Library x No Signal: Diaspora Dance tickets

No Signal x British Library: Diaspora Dance is a party exploring and celebrating the music from home and spotlighting Black musical contributions and sounds from Africa and the Caribbean through DJ sets brought to you by Miss DJ Candy, Donch, Midz and Edot. 

This event takes place in the British Library Entrance Hall and includes access to the exhibition Beyond the Bassline: 500 Years of Black British Music. 

A sonic experience for music lovers and exhibition frequenters bringing them together for a spectacular evening. 

No Signal is a sonic atlas for Black music all over the world, connecting people through events and radio. 

Tickets for this event are pay-what-you can, from a minimum of £7.50. 

14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. Proof of ID may be required.  

Last entry 21:30 

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