Ludacris - Chicken-N-Beer

How to Brainwash the Youth and make them Act like Fools !

Presented in association with the Adefioye Trust

Bank Holiday Monday 1st April New Time 12pm to 4pm. Prompt start

CAN Mezzanine

32-36 Loman Street

London SE1 OEH click for map

Entry £5 adults or children. First come, first served

Tube: Southwark, Borough 

Previously sold out and back by popular demand. BHW present this highly rated, in-your-face seminar aimed at children and parents to illustrate how they are conditioned via Hollywood movies, music videos, computer games and advertising to act dumb and love it. This presentation uses  pop and mainstream culture combined with a black history perspective. Battle Los Angeles, Scary Movie, Predator, Lil Wayne, Futurama, Disney, 300, Trinidad James, GTA, Eastenders, Nikki Minaj, Ciara, Nelly, Etana, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of Caribbean, Transformers Call of Duty, Walking Dead all make an appearance

Comments on How to Brainwash..


I have been meaning to write you all week to thank you for the informative and thought-provoking session you held for ACD students last week.  It was tremendous.What was really satisfying is that you held their attention throughout the 3 hour session even in the not ideal situation of being cramped into the foyer space due to the projector being taken by another organisation.  Brenda King, African Caribbean Diversity Group


'Just to say, once again, thanks for the fabulous presentation yesterday.  It is always great to be around children when they are learning something new and enlightening for them'   Marva Bell Pivot Point Community Project Harrow.


I'm a student who is part of the ACDiversity programme and you came in to talk to us about the issue of 'How to brainwash the youth and make them look like idiots'  This was so so powerful and helped shape my view on what the media feeds me. I have a few friends around my age, I'm eighteen by the way, who I believe will truly benefit from this as I think it needs to be seen by A LOT more  youth who are mature enough to take it in and understand. Peter Adefioye


'I loved the way the speaker would just ask questions and make us find the answers ourselves. This is perfect because what is the point of coming to an event to counter brainwashing, only to have someone else tell you what to think. The speakers way was much better plus filling in the blank yourself means that it is more likely to stay in your head.'


Joe Bloog