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Children of Tomorrow

16/12/2022 07:00 PM to
17/12/2022 12:00 AM
Fyfe Hall
Ticket price
£8-£12 adv + bf
Age limit
14 + (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
Contact number
0117 935 1200
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Children of Tomorrow

Empowering discussions, live performances, and food to fundraise for Chris Kaba's family

Brought to you by members of Black Creatives (launched by I-Dentity); All profits donated to Chris Kaba’s family, in their fight for justice! This event is a celebration of Chris’s life, but also a moment to bring the Bristol community together.


We’ll be holding important conversations through a panel discussion led by MoYah.

This will also include information on your legal rights when dealing with the police.

Panellists include:


The evening will include a range of exciting live performances from some of Bristol's most inspirational Black artists. This includes performances from:


The night will begin with comedy MC’d by Omari Douglas and sets from comedians Jasi and Troy Orchard. Omari hosts shows around Bristol that create more space for Black comedians.

Auction prizes:

A silent auction will take place throughout the night, with the opportunity for attendees to bid on the artwork or item of their choice. Highest price wins. Winners will be announced at 10.15pm

  • 1x turntable
  • Family ticket to Wake the Tiger
  • 2x tickets to a gig of your choice at Trinity
  • 4x tickets to Nutcracker at Bristol Old Vic
  • Meal for 2 with Smoke Glaze at the Pipe and Slippers
  • 2x tickets to Wordz spoken word event at Fresh Dance & Arts Centre
  • Free party hire, with entertainment, for up to 50 people at The Cloak and Dagger

A variety of art has been generously donated by Black Artists, which will be auctioned off during the evening.


We are delighted to have the notorious Bristol BBQ Family with us. Unkle Mike and Chef Eli prepare food to lift the soul. They have a strong presence in the Bristol community, making traditional Caribbean dishes with East-African flavours. They will be selling food throughout the evening and donating all profits to Chris’ family.

Additional donations can be made at our Go Fund Me page

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