Sankofah Sundays: Yenkyi Taxi Takeover – June 24

Hagan and Crudo Volta have teamed up with the Institute of Light to takeover one Sunday night of Sankofah Sundays, a weekly food and culture series.

DJ slots – Hagan / Michele (Crudo Volta)
Photo Exhibition
Yenkyi Taxi Documentary Screening
New Hagan EP listening session
Sankofah barbecue from Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen

This will encompass DJ slots from Hagan and Michele, an exhibition displaying a collection of photos taken in Ghana, the Yenkyi Taxi documentary screening and a Q&A session where we answer any of your questions regarding music and the project throughout the night. Entry is free however seats for the screening part of the night are limited so first come first served!

6pm – 8.30pm Hagan & Michele – DJ slots / drinks / exhibition
9:00pm – 9:30pm Screening to start
9:30pm – 10:00pm Q&A
10:00pm – 11pm Hagan & Michele – DJ slots

Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen will be open on the day serving a selection of Ghanaian dishes for all guests to purchase!

Yenkyi Taxi is a documentary that follows the trip of Hagan, a music producer from London of Ghanaian origin. In search of the rich zeal of Ghanaian music, Crudo Volta travelled last August 2017 from London to Ghana with Hagan to capture the creative authenticity and heritage of contemporary Ghanaian culture and music.

Join us to gain a sense of true Ghanaian culture, a fusion of Afro influenced music, food and art.

Yenki Taxi poster: Yenki Taxi screening + Q&A at The Institute Of Light