Flip Fraser

Black Heroes Foundation

Peter Randolph Fraser aka Flip Fraser
Flip Fraser 1951-2014

Black Heroes Foundation

Peter Randolph Fraser aka Flip Fraser

The first editor of the Voice Newspaper, and creator of the acclaimed theatrical show “Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame”

Black Heroes Foundation

Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame

Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame was an outstanding and well-renowned show of 25 years, which toured the UK, USA, and Jamaica, with its last performance being in London, 2007. There is still a great deal of interest in the show, with demands for it to be re-launched.


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The Story of Flip Fraser

Black Heroes Foundation presents, for the first time, a mini production reading from a developing script, telling the Story of Flip Fraser, the architect behind the world famous 'Black Heroes in The Hall of Fame' and first editor of The Voice newspaper.
A dramatised reading telling the story of the early life of Flip Fraser, his journey as a teenager leaving the familiar shores and warmth of the Caribbean to the unfamiliar and unwelcoming England.  This story speaks to the importance of family, love, strength, courage and success of a young man finding his way and continuing his heritage in a foreign land.

Your Support

The Foundation is dependent upon support from the community, businesses and government bodies. Please support this great cause in order to help fulfil Flip Fraser’s dream, and preserve his legacy created from the internationally acclaimed show “Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame”.

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