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Milton Keynes Black Excellence Awards 2024

Celebrating excellence and recognising contribution with a star studded show. 

Opening the show with the amazing Adante Dance Troupe, followed by headline performance from UK Garage and Hip-hop legends, So Solid Crew.

Performances follow from local musical talent Sheniah, theatrical performance from Yaw's Playhouse and young rap talent YB Mully.

Taking you from Milton Keynes to the Caribbean with UNIKA Dance Events.

All whilst enjoying a three course meal, taking part in a black history quiz and listening to inspiring speeches.

The all important Awards show will be highlight of the night celebrating and showcasing excellence and contribution within MK's black community.

The Black Female Pioneer of the Year will be named from among MK's

11 Black Female Pioneers.

This is one Awards Ceremony you cannot afford to miss.

Strictly black-tie or cultural wear.

Please note this event will be recorded for promotional and broadcast


Buy your tickets now to avoid missing out.

With a VIP ticket or table you will be welcomed to the VIP drinks

reception at 7pm by the amazing UNIKA Dance Events. You will have

an opportunity to mingle with other VIPs, nominees and our Special

Guests. A VIP ticket also provides you with a front row seat at the

Awards ceremony.

The Awards ceremony will start at 8pm.


Organisation which seeks to engage the black community the most




Black led Organisation making a difference


Community Champion


Leading Black Entrepreneur/Business

(Under £100,000)


Leading Black Entrepreneur/Business (Over £100,000)


Young Person of the Year sponsored by MK Community Foundation



Black Female Pioneer of the Year Award sponsored by Milton Keynes City Council

Special Inspiration Award sponsored by Film Academy Milton Keynes

Sponsored by:
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Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

To amplify the voices and contributions of Milton Keynes' black community providing platforms for visibility, recognition and celebration.

Meet some of the leaders within the black communities in Milton Keynes

Share the films with your class or community group and contact an event organiser to attend or get involved, Visit the exhibition, Attend the awards ceremony

The consequences of the single story is that it robs people of dignity and emphasises how we are different rather than how we are similar.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Click on the buttons to watch their films.

Telling Stories
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