Migration Matters Online Festival is here!
While we can’t be in our spiritual home at Theatre Deli, we will be proudly kicking off our Refugee Week programme with a burst of energy, rhythm, movement and vibrant showcases. Our opening party is the place to be to see a lineup of dynamic global acts and to give a flavour of another sensational Refugee Week. Wherever you are - join in with a joyful celebration of sanctuary with artists from Sheffield and around the world.
From the high-tempo kwela of Music & Love Band to the rousing vocals of SBC Theatre’s Emily Ntshangase-Wood and Zoe Katsilerou, we’ve got something to lift the spirits; and we finish off the evening with one of the most captivating dance pieces you will see from Taiwan based Kuo-Shin Chuang Pangcah who graced our stage back in 2018.
Plus, we’ll be hearing blissful harmonies of One World Choir, getting an inside look at one of our supported charities, Lesbian Asylum Support Sheffield, and speaking to the festival team about what’s in store for us in this unique year celebrating the 23rd Refugee Week.
Compered by Tchiyiwe Chihana and John Rwothomack.
No booking required – join the party below.
Free – donations welcome.
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