Kwame and the Lockdown is an interactive theatre performance and community dialogue event about Black men in the time of Covid 19.
The Black Men’s Consortium is staging a virtual performance so that Black men can connect and dialogue about how they can move forwards with personal and collective action on mental health. There will be just two performances, at 7pm on Wednesday 20 and Sunday 24 May.
The consortium suggests questions to think about:
- How can Black men survive Covid 19 and remain proactive during these challenging and uncertain times?
- How do we ensure that Black men are not the first to die in the pandemic?
- What are the current obstacles Black men face in the time of lockdown?
- What can Black men do collectively to look after their mental health and wellbeing and address their current reality?
- How can Black men support and guide the next generation to be better prepared for civil action?