• #Thankyou #BHM #BAFTA #back2blackawards
  • #Thankyou #BHM #BAFTA #back2blackawards
  • #Thankyou #BHM #BAFTA #back2blackawards
  • #Thankyou #BHM #BAFTA #back2blackawards
  • #Thankyou #BHM #BAFTA #back2blackawards


#back2blackawards Celebrating ordinary people who do extraordinary things for our community

SUN 02.10.2016 #Bafta #back2blackawards. Thank you all for making this years gala the celebration that it was. Pictures below follow us on twitter for latest announcements. #back2blackawards work all year round to support and improve the lives of the young people in our community. Our 2016 award recipients are listed here >>>>>

Our 2015/16 supporters please bear them in mind when requiring business services. Click the logo for more information.

VIMN PR | Media & Entertainment
Luxury Events Group
 | Event Management & Decoration
BAM Entertainment | Film Casting Services
Blak Sox | Community Action & Empowerment
The Colour Network | Media
Diva Choice | Lingerie Care & Pamper
BlackPoppyRose | Community Remembrance Products
British Collective | Musicians
H Akademy |
Monique DixonAva Eagle Brown, Amanda Ray | Authors
Sugarmuffins | Cakes & Catering

2016 Award Recipients

Akua Gyamfi
Gwenton Sloley
Pauline Long
Winston Goode
Christopher Syrus
Courtney Brown
Kehinde Oglunabi
Lola Owolabi
Michael Pusey
Edmund Owusu-Brown
Vanessa Sam
Charlotte Crowl
Aaron Eaton
Martin Wright

Latest Pics

Our 2016 Award Recipients are featured here. Read more about each person by clicking on their profile. Nominations for next years #back2blackawards will open early in 2017. Follow us on twitter for release date details and all our latest news.


Some events and projects in the community or from our supporters happening near you soon! Including AKALA’s 10 year anniversary TOUR, Rough Copy’s new ALBUM and the forthcoming London EXHIBITION by #back2blackawards official illustrator Ayesha Feisal.


Notice Board

Chris Tuck  with Sonia Meggie
Chris Tuck with Sonia Meggie


Those of you who attended BAFTA for the #back2blackawards will have watched our emotive short film ‘Somethings‘. Chris Tuck [pictured] works tirelessly to effect positive changes and raise awareness on a very harrowing subject. She has published a book entitled ‘Breaking The Cycle‘ to help others and it can be downloaded for FREE.