A radiogram stands proud in the corner of Miss Letty’s immaculate front room. Gathered around are her family and friends, full of questions about her life and determined to give her the send-off she deserves. As they delve into her photo album and record collection, they are transported back to her arrival in Britain from the Caribbean in 1948, and the beginning of an incredible story. Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the SS Empire Windrush with this well-spiced helping of music, movement and oral history, inspired by Caribbean and black British heritage and tales of the Windrush Generation. _SORREL & BLACK CAKE_ IS COMING TO THE MANDELA CENTRE, LEEDS ON FRIDAY 22ND JUNE. TO BOOK TICKETS FOR THIS PERFORMANCE, CLICK HERE [https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sorrel-black-cake-a-windrush-story-mandela-centre-tickets-44220585963]. There will also be a performance at Room 700, Leeds Central Library on Saturday 23rd June. To book tickets for this performance, click here [https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sorrel-black-cake-a-windrush-story-room-700-tickets-44220867806].* There will also be a scratch performance at Words in the City at the Carriageworks Theatre on 13th May (more details here [http://www.ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.uk/events/sorrel-and-black-cake-a-windrush-story]). *These performances are made possible through funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund Young Roots Programme, the Emerald Foundation and Leeds City Council arts@leeds, for which we are hugely grateful. Thanks also to all our project partner organisations; Caution Collective, Creative Learning Partnerships, Leeds Young Authors, Peepal Tree Press, Molineaux Productions, RJC Dance and the Windrush Foundation.