Great Poetry Storytelling and African Traditional Music Event
Celebrate Black History Month 2017 with a world renowned Poetic Prophet and dramatized storytelling!
This event will feature special guest, Neal Hall, M.D., A US – based ophthalmologist and multiple award-winning international poet. Dr. Neal Hall has travelled across the globe bringing his message of fairness; justice and equality to people across the world. His four books of poetry have been translated into numerous languages. Seeing is believing! Come and listen to and interact with this poetic prophet of the 21st century! The event will also feature African Stages’ youth group who will use dramatized storytelling, drumming and dancing to herald messages of solidary and inclusion. This performance is directed by BC-based, award-winning teacher, writer and storyteller, Comfort Adesuwa Ero.
Neal Hall, M.D., US – based, internationally acclaimed and award-winning poet
“Dr. Neal Hall is a warrior of the spirit, a warrior of the mind, and activist poet”
Professor Cornel West, USA
“His voice, upon first hearing it, changes lives and belongs to all of humanity.”
Kurt Philip Behm, USA
African Stages’ Story-Powering Our Youths (SPOY) Group
Event to Be Animated by African Live Drumming and Dancing
Dr. Neal Hall’s books are available
Events’ Schedule Events:
Special Guest | Dr. Neal Hall’s poetry rendition African Stages’ Story-Powering our youth opening
Date: Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 , Time: 5PM, Place: Centre Stage, Surrey City Hall, 13436 104 Ave., Surrey BC V3T 4B8, Entry by minimum donation of $10