Refugee Week World Music and Arts festival – highlights
MAC Outdoor Theatre
Dance music needn’t come with a kicking bass drum. If you can capture hummingbird flight on a recorder or a pan pipe, and Kausary can, then we can all join in flitting from flower to flower (OK, foot to foot) with big, stupid grins on our dad dancing mushes (dad dancing is now officially gender neutral and available to all – in fact, I’m thinking of setting up a class in Bearwood. Doesn’t so much keep you fit as keep you regular).
Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement.
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