HUDDERSFIELD media company Ruffneck Productions is holding a series of events to celebrate Black History Month.
Ruffneck, based at the Media Centre in Northumberland Street, works to get people from minority groups - such as African, Asian and Caribbean - into music, film, radio, TV and production.
Ruffneck Productions, run by Brighouse man Fragrance Francique, will mark Black History Month with a series of showcases, starting on October 21.
The showcases include a one-hour theatre production by Jamaican comedian Lloyd McCarthy.
They also feature a one-hour film documentary full of interviews with people from black, white and Asian backgrounds talking about how things have changed for them in Yorkshire over the past 50 years.
There will also be entertainment from 11 acts, including DJs.
Huddersfield acts include R 'n' B group Reason, dancehall artist Bongo Chilli and reggae artist Danman.
Three acts from Leeds, two from Sheffield, one Bradford artist and one Manchester act will perform.
The first showcase event will be at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield on October 21.
For this event, the music section will be at the Rumboat Caribbar restaurant in Northumberland Street.
On October 26, the showcase will move to Sheffield Hallam University and to the Bradford Priestley Arts Centre on November 3.
For further information, phone Ruffneck on 01484 487947.