Acclaimed Palestinian refugee poet, Rafeef Ziadah, presents an exciting blend of poetry and music on themes of exile, dispossession and resistance.
Her iconic poems, ‘We Teach Life, Sir’ and ‘Shades of Anger’ went viral within days of their release online, with millions of views. Rafeef is an activist who currently lives in London. She will be joined onstage by Australian musician Phil Monsour. A powerful performance – not to be missed.
‘Rafeef’s poetry demands to be heard. She is powerful, emotional and political’ – Ken Loach
‘The words that she says with such beauty and grace hit you right in the heart. They are more powerful than any weapon.’ – Angela Davis
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Palestine Museum & Cultural Centre
27 Broad Street
Ticket £10 concession £5 on the door
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