A short play telling the story of Claudia Jones, fondly known as the mother of the Caribbean Carnival, precursor to the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival by some, although the event that she held was at St Pancras Town Hall. She died young. The significance of her work is indicated by the location of her grave, next to, besides, to the left of Karl Marx.
Introducing a debut play written by Joyce, staring first time actor Danae Wellington, and directed Moji Elufowoju. The Narrator was Patrick McKenzie and Sound Sound Designer Lee Affen.
Originally the first act of a stage play, repurposed for digital production during the COVID-19 Lock Downdevelopment programmes.