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Connecting Communities is part of the 4th national Platforma Festival for the arts which is by, about and for refugees and migrants. Join us for a day of free performances and conversations about how the arts can bring people together around issues relating to refugees and migration.
19-10-2017  -  19-10-2017
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Children from three east end primary schools in Newcastle have been hard at work in their schools, singing, dancing and rehearsing to put together a performance of a brand new musical ‘As Free As a Bird!’ for the start of the Platforma festival.
19-10-2017  -  19-10-2017
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The Migration Museum Project invite you to an event that brings together those interested in the Migration Museums Network for a day of learning and networking. They will share the results of the online survey we conducted about migration themes across the UK heritage sector.
06-10-2017  -  06-10-2017
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The evening will celebrate the shared heritage, beauty and important human developments from the ancient Middle East, through art, music and spoken word, including performances by the composer and singer Stef Conner and specialist in Arabic traditional culture Dr Sa`di Al-Hadithi.
03-10-2017  -  03-10-2017
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​ Tea and Good Intentions, by Instinct Theatre is a very British comedy about a Syrian refugee who comes to England and the excitement of the middle-aged ladies in a very sheltered village who play host to him. Hilarity and heartbreak ensues as this unlikely pair start to mean far more to each other than they intended.
26-09-2017  -  27-08-2017
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A unique collaboration between puppet theatre company Box Tale Soup and refugee music collective Stone Flowers.
24-09-2017  -  24-09-2017
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Amharic singer and traditional krar player Haymanot Tesfa was born and raised in Ethiopia and is emerging as a rising star on the world music scene. Her music is inspired by deep reflection on the dramatic ancient landscapes and meditative social & religious music of her Ethiopian roots, the sound of Haymanot’s voice is t he true song of a free spirit, fearless and intensely experimental.
24-09-2017  -  24-09-2017
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Gresham’s Wooden Horse is a project by artist Isabel Lima that brings together people from communities living in Gresham, central Middlesbrough. The project is inspired by the ancient Greek myth of the Trojan Horse, built by Greek soldiers as a means of infiltrating and taking control of the city of Troy. Lima uses this symbolism to stimulate a collaborative action among Gresham’s community.
24-09-2017  -  24-09-2017
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Where We Are Now by Kate Stanworth will be opening at SPACE, London, at 6.30pm on the 6th of September 2017. It is the culmination of a series of trips to Italy, Austria and Germany in which she photographed individuals who left their homes in Africa and the Middle East to start new lives in Europe.
06-09-2017  -  09-09-2017
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Welcome Cinema & Kitchen invite you to an amazing day filled with gorgeous cuisine, fabulous films & plenty of fun at their Summer Food & Film Festival, 19th August, Dalston Roof Park in London
19-08-2017  -  19-08-2017
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Over a two week period, a company of 40 young artists, including actors, singers, dancers, musicians and writers, have explored the experiences of refugees, using this as the inspiration to write, create and perform their exciting piece of original musical theatre, No Place Like Home.
18-08-2017  -  18-08-2017
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IMAGINE – a small non-for-profit organisation based in London – ran art workshops in Calais in 2016, and Protestimony exhibition is the fulfilment of the commitment to use this artwork for political purposes: protest, advocacy and awareness-raising.
02-08-2017  -  24-09-2017
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