Remembering Cy Grant

Join The Equiano Society and Windrush Foundation on Sunday 8 November 2020 at 7.30pm to pay tribute to Cy Grant. He was born on 8 November 1919 in Guyana, volunteered for the RAF in WWII and served as a Navigator. He was captured by Nazi soldiers and spent two years in a Nazi POW camp. After the war, Cy studied Law in London, but afterwards became an actor, singer, songwriter, activist, poet, and an author. He played roles alongside Sir Lawrence Olivier, Richard Burton, Joan Collins, Richard Roundtree (Shaft), to name but a few.

Tributes from
Terry Jervis, Arthur Torrington and others
Poetry from
David Neita and Nairobi Thompson
Music from
Alexander D Great (Calypsonian)


Where ever you are! It’s a ZOOM Event!



Free ZOOM tickets from Evenbrite:



Sunday 8 November 2020
7:30pm to 9:00pm


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