celebrating the positive contribution refugees have made to the culture history and heritage of the UK with Virtual Migrants collaborators + Cakes of the World! 🙂
VM members Tracey Zengeni, Aidan Jolly and Sai Murray will be performing at this UniTEA Arts and Culture Event at The Brink in Liverpool today as part of Refugee Week. It’s a free event, open to all with tea, coffee and cakes of the world (!) available for the first 100 people.
Full details from www.refugeeweek.org.uk below
Arts and Culture event to celebrate the positive contribution made by refugees to the culture, history and heritage of the UK
This is an arts and culture event, with 4 acts across the evening. The main theme of the evening is celebrating the positive contribution refugees have made to the culture history and heritage of the UK.
Tracey Zengeni is Zimbabwean artist who is bringing several pieces of her art to show and talk about, in addition to some acapella . Raj Govindarajah is a Sri Lankan film maker who has made a film…
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