Celebrating Black History Month in Sunny Colch?
It should come as no surprise that it is the wonderful Waiting Room down at St Botolphs’s that will be making the most of the occasion on Saturday night.
The Afro-Caribbean night brings together two of the activities that The Waiting Room has developed a strong reputation for: food and music.
…which usually then leads to a little love.
With talk in the town of late being all about foodies propping up the local economy, the Waiting Room is able to offer something a little unique on Saturday evening:
“Chez Afrique will be cooking using the most authentic ingredients sourced from around Africa. From Curry Goat, Authentic Stews, Plantain and Jollof or Fried rice to Moin Moin, Meat Pies and the ever popular Puff Puff.”
And if you are in need of a little light skanking to see off the pleasure of plantain, then here comes Bopper Ranking to add some Waiting Room love:
“Bopper Rankin has been building and playing sound system since 1976 and still going strong, A firm believer in promoting the positive vibes in reggae music, word sound and power, roots rock reggae and dub, Bopper Rankin uses his sound system to spread the message and bring people together in unity and not for personal glorification.”
The Afro-Caribbean night at the Waiting Room this Saturday starts at 7:30pm, and will take you all the way through until midnight.
Dining is not essential, but we challenge you to resist having a sample when you smell the aromas.
Entry is FREE.
The Waiting Room: we’ll miss it when it’s gone 🙁