A collaboration between the Caribbean Social Forum, and the University of Greenwich’s Applied Sociology and Drama Theatre and Performance Research Groups at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery.


From the Caribbean to the UK to Lockdown, we carry and re-remember stories of where we came from, journeys and first impressions. We do what we have always done to survive and thrive. We adapt and refresh skills. We innovate, create and re-create. This project uses visual art, sound, music and words to capture and celebrate the rich material of our unique Caribbeaness as reflected in our everyday lives.

Our journey ends with an exhibition which we invite you to travel through, marking the beginning of a new adventure. This exhibition appears both in a digital format* and at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Both formats of the exhibition are open to the public from 2 October, after an invited launch on 1 October.


Due to COVID 19, we are operating a policy of limiting visitor numbers. It is therefore advisable for you to book in advance for your visit. Each slot is 45 minutes starting on the hour and can be booked via Eventbrite.  


If you arrive without a booking we will only be able to grant you entry where there is a free slot. In this case, you will also be required to leave contact details for tracing purposes.

Booking info

Our journey ends with an exhibition which we invite you to travel through, marking the beginning of a new adventure. This exhibition appears both in a digital format* and at The Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Both formats of the exhibition are open to the public from 2 October, after an invited launch on 1 October.


Due to COVID 19, we are operating a policy of limiting visitor numbers. It is therefore advisable for you to book in advance for your visit. Each slot is 45 minutes starting on the hour and can be booked via Eventbrite.  

If you arrive without a booking we will only be able to grant you entry where there is a free slot. In this case, you will also be required to leave contact details for tracing purposes.