SUMUD AT THE UNION CHAPEL

SUMUD AT THE UNION CHAPEL

18th April 19:30pm

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Amos Trust in association with Palestine Music Expo and FORM present a fundraising evening of music, spoken word and film for Palestine.

Performing Live:
— Adnan Joubran
— Alabaster Deplume
— Beth Rowley
— Foy Vance

— Nadine Shah

 

Reading:
— Brian Eno
— Maxine Peake

— David Holmes
 

All proceeds will go to Amos Trust’s Gaza appeal.
For full details, please visit amostrust.org/gaza-appeal

 

Sumud, meaning ‘steadfastness’ or ‘steadfast perseverance’ in Arabic, is a common term used to describe Palestinian non-violent, everyday resistance against Israel’s occupation.

Amos Trust is a small, creative human rights organisation who have been working in Palestine for over 30 years. They work with local and international peace activists, partnering with grass-roots projects, campaigning for Palestinian equal rights and an end to Israel’s apartheid policies.

Please note - due to the multi-artist bill performances this will be a series of special shorter performances from all artists across the evening. Running order is subject to change.