First Afrika Eye 2017 event to take place at The Cube in Bristol


05 October 2017




The first event of the Bristol Afrika Eye 2017 season will take place at the Cube Microplex on Friday, October 6th.

Held in partnership with Africa Writes, Afrika Through the Lens of Fiction and Film will be an evening of discussion and film, starting at 6pm.

The event will kick off with a panel of writers and filmmakers followed by Ingrid Sinclair’s Riches and Biyi Bandele’s Half of a Yellow Sun, the latter based on the award-winning novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

In the break between the panel and the film, Nigerian food will be for sale, with vegetarian options available.

Tickets, which start at £5.77, can be purchased here. To see the full Africa Writes programme see here.

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