Made with Dineen’s characteristic intimacy, the film focuses on a tumultuous time in Blacker’s life: the death of his mother and the prospect of his first prison sentence. With the unprecedented access granted by her old friend, Dineen shines a spotlight on the struggles the characters face on a daily basis and in doing so offers a particular understanding of both the challenges and triumphs of family and community togetherness in Blacker’s world.
Blacker’s story offers a unique insight into what it is to be black in Britain today.
With thanks to the BBC
Booking for members opens Tuesday 19 December, 12.30
Public tickets will be onsale Tuesday 19 December, 12.30
Tickets will be available to collect from Reception
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