The Black History of St Georges Hall


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A tour as part of a project to highlight the significant black history at St George's Hall during black history month. From Rev Sella Martin activist and fugitive slave who spoke here in 1866 and Paul Robeson singer writer and civil rights activist who appeared in 1958 to the Anti-apartheid events in the1980’s. To include the history of amazing black artists such as Dizzie Gillespie, Count Baisie, Howlin’ Wolf, Sarah Vaughn, Cleo Laine, Shirley Bassey, Marvin Gaye, Dionne Warwick, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Beverley Knight. In collaboration with community partners. Black History Tour of St George’s Hall on Sat 12th October to be delivered by local historian Joe Williams The Black Stars of St George’s Hall exhibition in the gallery.

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Price notes:

Tickets - £7.00

Venue Details

St George's Hall
Bridge Street


Full informaiton on where to park can be obtained from the Box Office staff when booking your tickets.

Designated parking spaces are available for disabled patrons at the Alhambra on Morley Street and on Randall Well Street opposite the Love Apple Cafe Bar. Please access the Morley Street spaces via Great Horton Road at the side of the Alhambra.

There is a drop-off and pick-up point in the lay-by outside St George's Hall for wheelchair users.

For further informaiton please ask for a copy of our leaflet Access to Bradford Theatres when booking your tickets.

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