From refugee collective Stone Flowers to Ugandan star Seby Ntege, from Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall to Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, join Music Action International, 300 local primary school children, international artists and refugee musicians as we celebrate Refugee Week 2018!
Here’s what we have coming up…
Gone (Full Show) @ HOME Manchester: 16 June, 7.30pm
Stone Flowers perform their unique collaboration with puppet theatre company, Box Tale Soup. A powerful, sorrowful and uplifting tale of a refugee’s journey to find safety. Not to be missed!
Gone (Full Show) @ Migration Matters Festival Sheffield: 22 June, 7pm
Stone Flowers continue their UK tour of Gone with their first ever live performance in Sheffield, part of Migration Matters Festival.
Crisis Choirs with Seby Ntege @ Gorton Monastery: 24 June, Doors 3pm
Refugee choir based at Rainbow Haven, Gorton, will be sharing the stage with Ugandan musician Seby Ntege, the first show of his UK tour!
We are bringing together four primary schools from across London for this unique performance that celebrates the diversity and heritage of our communities.
Harmonise MCR @ The Bridgewater Hall Manchester: 28 June, 1pm
Four primary schools from across Greater Manchester will come together for our final Refugee Week celebrations for this special performance at The Bridgewater Hall.
We are looking for volunteers to support these events. If you are interested in taking part, please contact Alice.