Celebrating Sanctuary Birmingham Supporting Refugee Rights – Showcasing & promoting artists-in-exile
Saturday 2nd April CSB with @ MAC
MAC Birmingham – Foyle Studio Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH 8pm (doors open 7.30pm) FREE Entry – Donations appreciated
Join us for a sharing with Patrice Naiambana, following on from a phase of exploration, development and collaboration, working with refugee musicians sharing stories of migration
African Performing Artist from Sierra Leone Patrice Naiambana is an Interdisciplinary Storyteller with wide international experience. He is the Founder and Chief Officer for Tribal Soul Arts, facilitating creative Labs for social change and dialogue using creativity. He has worked in theatre, radio, television and film. He is currently working and touring his new solo show Perception Gap and ensemble piece Grave Diggers with Birmingham Performance artists, Artistic Directors Lola Adodo and Jendayi Selassie of New Scopes and Wadahdah Dance CIC.
For more information on Patrice Naiambana and Tribal Soul Arts please click here
|Other Events this Spring Saturday 16th April Didier Kisala – ORT Cafe Tuesday 19th April Strong Voices at Mac Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH 7pm – (price TBC) An AHRC funded project with Birmingham City University and mac Birmingham. Sid Peacock leads a collaboration between local jazz and Congolese musicians who will also work with Strong Voices youth group and mac tutors to present an evening of funk, fun and inspiring music in the mac theatre. Strong Voices is a group of young refugees hosted by the Children’s Society. Saturday 14th May Maya Youssef – Ikon Gallery – 6pm 1 Oozells Street, Brindley Place, Birmingham B1 2HS Free Entry (donations greatly received)
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