All proceeds will go to Amos Trust’s Gaza appeal



Margin's Cafe will be open for meals in the bar area from 6pm - no pre-booking neccessary


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
— Mogwai
— Nadine Shah
— Shabaka
— Brian Eno
— Maxine Peake
— David Holmes

All proceeds will go to Amos Trust’s Gaza appeal.
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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. 


More Information:

The venue is seating only. All seats are unreserved and are taken on a first come first serve basis. Please arrive early before event door times if you have preferred seats. Due to the nature of our venue, please be prepared to queue for entry.

The venue is fully accessible, with use of ramps and the upstairs bar is accessible with use of a platform lift. Please email [email protected] with your accessibility requirements.

The bar is located on the first floor of the venue and will be open from the stated door time and remain open after the show.

Alcohol consumption will be limited to the bar area only, it is not permitted to take alcohol to the main chapel space.  An array of soft drinks and snacks will also be available and are permitted in the main space. (Please note, no food or drink may be brought from outside into the venue).