Uganda in London: Museum of London Interviews

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Searching for Ugandan culture for our World in London challenge, we came across some fascinating interviews on the Museum of London website.

You can listen to Ugandan immigrants Bosco Lam, Charles Amone and Jesca Aryemo talk about their lives in London and describe how they maintain their Ugandan culture.

The World in London theme runs through much of the Museum of London’s collection. Entry is free, so why not go along and see what you can find out about London’s multicultural history?

Where would you go for a taste of Ugandan culture in London? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Jenny says:

    Wednesday 19 October
    Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: The Settler’s Cookbook – A Memoir of Love, Migration and Food
    7 – 9pm
    Willesden Green Library, 95 High Road, Willesden, London, NW10 2SF. Tel 020 8937 3400
    Join Ugandan born British journalist and author, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, for a fascinating talk on why she wrote her family’s story, The Settler’s Cookbook, and how the stories evoked memories of food which were then brought to life by the recipes.

  2. Zoe Craig says:

    You can see art by Ugandan-born artist Zarina Bhimji at the Whitechapel gallery from today (19 Jan) until 9 March 2012. It looks like a really interesting show: