We are a group of international artists, writers, filmmakers, activists, entertainers, humanitarian workers and academics committed to increasing the number of Palestinian voices and stories in the arts and media. Read more
We are partnering with Amnesty International UK, to host a one-of-a-kind Palestinian Theatre and Arts festival at London’s Rich Mix. Over the course of four days, we will be presenting art from across Palestine that covers mediums such as theatre, spoken word,Continue reading “PalArt Festival”
Would you take responsibility or rather keep the ‘CURFEW’? Hawiyya Dance Company and El-Funoun Palestinian Dance Troupe present Curfew a contemporary dance production. Curfew speaks to a world that is numbed and no longer able to respond to theContinue reading “‘Curfew’ Dance Production”
The Palestinian novelist reads from his new novel and talks with Sabrin Hasbun. Newly returned from Gaza, Dr Ahmed Masoud will read from his second novel, Come What May, published on 5 May, and will discuss his work with our ownContinue reading “An Audience with Ahmed Masoud”
Originating from Melbourne, Australia, jazz harpist and vocalist Tara Minton relocated to London in 2011, since when she has become one of the leading figures in UK contemporary harp circles. Tonight Tara is bringing to the Club her swinging band, featuring Award-winningContinue reading “Tara Minton with Special Guest Faris Ishaq”
Saied Silbak‘s Quintet with singer Maha Khlifi pay homage to Palestine’s rich music history with the region’s folklore classics. In this beautiful and diverse two-part concert, internationally renowned Palestinian composer and oud player Saied Silbak pays tribute to the landscapeContinue reading “Songs from Palestine”
Launching his anticipated novel ‘Come What May’, PalArt founder and Palestinian writer and director Ahmed Masoud discusses his latest work with author Selma Debbagh. In this event, Ahmed will read excerpts from the book and talk about contemporary Palestinian writingContinue reading “‘Come What May’ Book Launch & Discussion”
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