Stone Flowers Refugee Music Collective - Film Screening with Q&A Panel
|28 March 2024
|18:00 - 20:30
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Music Action International and Stone Flowers present a special screening of the award-winning film Stone Flowers – songs of hope and defiance.
The documentary by James Sandy follows Stone Flowers, a collective of refugee torture survivors based in North West England, on their journey from starting a new life in the UK to becoming recording artists. Join us to celebrate Stone Flowers and explore how the collective creates powerful music to heal trauma, bring communities together and speak out about human rights abuses.
Stone Flowers are a music collective who have survived war, torture and persecution around the world. The programme is facilitated by Music Action International – a multi-award-winning charity creating life-changing music programmes with survivors.
Standard tickets are £5, or you can choose the Solidarity ticket option which is £10. If you cannot afford a ticket or are currently navigating the asylum system, please get in touch with email@example.com for a free ticket.
For more information and booking visit http://www.musicaction.org/screening/
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The Grand Hall