The PalArt Collective are partnering with Amnesty International UK to host a one-of-a-kind Palestinian theatre and art festival at London’s Rich Mix.
Over the course of four days, they will be showcasing theatrical performances, pieces of spoken words and poetry, workshops, art from across Palestine, and so much more.
Partnering with Amnesty International UK, the PalArt Collective will deliver an ambitious new Palestinian theatre and art festival at London’s Rich Mix, with the objective of promoting Palestinian art across theatre, poetry, spoken word and visual art mediums, to showcase and elevate awareness of the vast array of talent across the Palestinian art world.
The PalArt Festival will launch on Friday 28th October with a networking event for all and any Palestinian artists, and those interested in art and culture in general. There has never been a truly dedicated Palestinian arts and cultural festival hosted in London before, and the ambition is for the festival to become an annual event on London’s art scene.
The festival will host a play from Palestinian playwright Ahmed Masoud and a performance from multidisciplinary artist Riham Isaac, as well as spoken word performances and workshops from award-winning actress and performer Dana Dajani and spoken word artists Tasneim Zyada, and there will be art presented by visual artist Areej Kaoud.
The PalArt Festival will launch on Friday 28th October Monday, 31st October 2022 at the Rich Mix.