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Majonzi (Swahili):

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought sorrow and grief to families and communities around the world but Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic communities have been affected disproportionately. In addition restrictions have meant that traditional funerals, mourning rituals and even last goodbyes have not been able to take place. 

The Majonzi fund was created to provide bereavement and grief support to members of communities affected by loss due to Covid-19. Fund recipients are provided with a monetary grant to use towards memorial events and tributes to commemorate the lives of those lost in a way that is meaningful to them, and through grieving and bereavement resources in partnership with BAMEstream.

Read more about this fund here.

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Bryan Reeves 


Bryan Reeves has been dealing in African tribal art for almost three decades, progressing from a market stall on Portobello Road in the early 1990's to a long-established gallery business now based in Ladbroke Grove, London.‍

During this time he has been constantly refining his eye and evolving his taste. The primary qualities that are looked for in a pieces are; age/authenticity, provenance, presence, form and patina.

Bryan is the founding member of ‘Tribal Art London’ which has developed into the leading tribal art fair in the UK and a major event on the international tribal art fair calendar.


Over the years he has travelled extensively throughout Africa, settled in Tanzania for an extended period and has developed a keen interest and knowledge in pieces from the whole Great Lakes Region of East Africa.‍

Bryan has helped build many private collections and has sold to leading museums around the world including the Metropolitan Museum in New York. He exhibits annually in San Francisco, Amsterdam and London.

Bryan is always looking to buy pieces from old collections in both the UK and Europe.

Westway Trust

We exist to work together with the local community to enable North Kensington to thrive. We dedicate ourselves to the wellbeing of this vibrant community. We work with over 60 member organisations ranging from community groups and residents’ associations to schools and sports clubs, as well as other local groups and people.

Portobello Green is a large outdoor green space, situated beside the Portobello Market canopy on Portobello Road, between Cambridge Gardens and Thorpe Close.

The Green plays host to an array of large community events each year.

*Garden area including flower beds is  2510 m2 (0.251 ha)


New Wave Arts

My North Kensington is a series of documentaries that trace the history of North Kensington from 1945 to the present day.

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Our imagination has a massive role to play in our everyday lives and at Imaginereel Productions we specialise in visual art and imagery. We can work to clients specifications or alternatively we can pre-visualise ideas for you to choose from. Creating a new idea is like a child you have to parent and nurture it until you believe they are fully ready to take on this huge amazing and beautiful world. We will be there with you from the pre-visualisation stage to conceptualisation, delivery and beyond. Imaginereel Productions is family owned and anyone we work with is considered a part of our family where we love what you do and our client comes first with the joy and excitement surrounding every new project. So come and play with us and even if we cannot provide you with what you want we can definitely introduce you to others who can. Thank you for spending time with us and visiting our website have a great moment...



The Playground Theatre is one of London's newest off-west end venues. People visit our theatre to enjoy the latest drama, musical theatre, standup comedians, festivals and performing arts. They also visit The Playground Theatre to take part in outreach projects such as Well Read. Our gem of a theatre is a registered charity, we rely on kind donations and funding to remain open. We work with established and emerging artists nationally and across the globe. Our ethos has fostered many bold and imaginative new works. We are fully engaged with our rich and diverse community here in Kensington and Chelsea, and beyond. Around half of the work that we do at the theatre is outreach focused. We look forward to welcoming you through our doors.

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