Steel 'n' skin

United Kingdom, 1979

Film
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The music and dance group Steel ‘n’ Skin represents a fusion of African and Caribbean cultures. Its director, Peter Blackman, explains the group’s real emphasis is on encouraging harmonious race relations. The group is shown on a ten-day tour of Merseyside (Liverpool) performing and encouraging community involvement in dance, African and Caribbean instrument making, Afro-Caribbean Cooking and making African clothes and prints.

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director

Steve Shaw

production company

Arts Council of Great Britain

Language

English

Duration

00:35:47:00

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