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Ali And Dahlia

The Pleasance Theatre, Islington Debut play from actor-playwright Tariq Jordan, about a Palestinian-Israeli love story that finds old lovers meeting once again in an Israeli interrogation room. ‘My father used to say, nearly everything in the world is made in ...

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MuslimGiving: One year on!

Emdad Rahman On Monday 1st of April MuslimGiving welcomed hundreds of charities at the X+Why building based in Whitechapel, London. Charities attended the 1 Year On event from across the country to see first hand how MuslimGiving is keeping up ...

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She Awards celebrate amazing women

Emdad Rahman The She Awards was launched in July 2018 to celebrate 100 years of the women’s vote and is a platform which recognises the achievements and contributions of women from all walks of life. This year the SHE awards celebrated ...

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Sylhet launch District Cup kit

Muhammad Hamza Sylhet District have launched their tournament team strip ahead of the hotly anticipated cricket festival known as the Bangladesh District Cup. The launch was attended by Team Manager Emdad Rahman MBE, Technical Director Maruf Hasan and team captain ...

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Community Literature Festival: entry deadline this week!

Budding writers and illustrators need to get cracking, as entries for the Community Literature Festival must be in this week – by 11th October. The categories are short story, poetic narrations and illustration, and there are great prizes to be ...

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Try something new at Sound Unbound

Classical music? That’s just the boring bits of music lessons at school, isn’t it? Well, possibly it is – but what do you do if you want to check out whether your prejudices are true? Where do you put your ...

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An invite to stand and stare

Stand & Stare editions is a new online gallery which launched last month. It concentrates on photography – and its promoters are clearly very enthusiastic about the medium. For those similarly interested in viewing photographs as art, you can browse ...

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Joan Littlewood sculpture to be unveiled in October

Joan Littlewood is often described as “pioneering”. She was part of a movement which both presented working class people on the stage and made them welcome as audiences. This wasn’t new: in Shakespeare’s time, popping down to the Globe or ...

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