Bangladeshi Tales from Kings Cross

Artist Mohammed Ali celebrates the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh at the Bloomsbury Festival, bringing life to the frontages of the Holy Cross church and the British Library, with film projections telling the stories of early Bangladeshi migrants. Speaking of the struggles, the hardships and the joys of making a new home in a foreign land,…

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Congregate 3.0 live stream from BMAG

Reconnecting and Reactivating | A post-eid hybrid live stream We’ve had over a year of lockdown amidst the global pandemic. It’s also been a year since Congregate first began responding to that experience. Now, with the holy month of Ramadan just behind us, the Soul City Arts team invited guest artists from the UK and…

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Same Boat – an artistic response

‘The Same Boat’ is an artistic response to the life of St Wulfram, inspired by the ‘Stations of the Cross’. Father Stuart has done a series of short films offering a reflection on each of the art installations for ‘The Same Boat’. Father Stuart said: “St Wulfram’s is so proud to be hosting this amazing…

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Live streaming with Soul City Arts: Genocide Summit

A live stream collaboration on historical injustices Soul City Arts recently collaborated with the Sycamore Foundation and the Srebrenica Memorial Centre.   Global Summit: Genocide, We Said, Never Again Supported by the office of President Izetbegović of Bosnia, comes this timely international, digital summit exploring the atrocities of genocide. With a particular focus on the…

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White Pariah: Quiet Rebels

White Pariahs: Quiet Rebels brings to our stages stories of the white working-class women who crossed the colour line to marry the men of the Windrush generation who emigrated to Britain after WWII.  Th development of this show took place during the lockdown period, so all rehearsals and performances had to be delivered online. Soul…

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