We will be on BBC Radio Nottingham this Sunday 4 August with Jodi Law

Tune in to hear from previous winners of the awards for the Black Achieving Males Awards (BAM) and for more information on this years event.

Nomination deadline dates has been confirm

Nominations will close on Friday 7 October at 5pm if you are putting them in the nomination box that is located at reception at Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service, 7 Mansfield Road Nottingham, NG1 3FB.

You can also post nominations by addressing them to Black Achievers Awards, Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service, 7 Mansfield Road Nottingham, NG1 3FB. If you are nomination online, the deadline will be Friday 7 October at midnight.

Please find a printable version if you would like to send the nominations by post.

Nomination Form 2016

For more information, please send us an enquiry and we will get back you as soon as possible.

 

Introducing this award winning Birmingham female saxophonist

We can now confirm that we will have performances from Millicent Stephenson. Described as ‘Sax Supremo’ by The Voice Newspaper, tutored by the late great saxophonist Andy Hamilton MBE, Millicent is the founder of Cafemnee (an organisation inspiring and empowering females musicians to achieve their musical goals) she is also a Songwriter, Vocalist, Pianist, Music Director, Teacher, Label Owner (Silver Gliss Music), wife and mother. Her latest release ‘Reflective Notes’, an album of self-penned originals and covers is available on sale this evening after her performance. Her versatile interpretations of iconic Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Soul and Gospel numbers as well as her original compositions continue to delight her listeners throughout the UK.

The Black Achievers Awards Host 2016 announced

This years Black Achievers Awards will be hosted by the one and only Mr Curtis Walker. Curtis Walker is ‘The Don’ of black comedy. He is a multi-talented performer and his indefinable comedy “moves an audience in a way I’ve never seen a stand-up do before” as said by William Cook via The Guardian.

Curtis Walker is a writer and British actor and has toured his own one man show, “Right Now” and is the voice of Carlton in the BBC Children’s comedy Kerching! and has starred in BBC comedy shows Paramount City. Come and enjoy a night of entertainment.

Exciting News – The Venue has been confirmed

The venue for the Black Achievers Awards 2016 has now been confirmed. It will be held at East Midlands Conference Centre. So get your best dressed on and look forward to a great night at this fantastic venue. You will also be served a fabulous 3 course meal on the night served by the lovely staff at East Midlands Conference Centre. Tickets well be available soon via our website. This is strictly a black tie event. Please, no children under the age of 16.

The Black Achievers Award 2016 – Coming Soon!

The Black Achievers Award 2016 will be coming to Nottingham this year with performances from Take 1 dance studio and a special Host for the night. Tickets and more information will soon be available soon….