Burngreave Multicultural Arts Festival

Burngreave Community Friends Group and Burngreave New Deal for Communities Proudly Presents

The Burngreave Multicultural Arts Festival Part 2

Arabic, English and Somali Poetry

Africa Caribbean and Urdu Poetry

Nasheeds – Arabic poems (group performance)

Arabic calligraphy

Musharah – (Urdu Poetry)

Plus an opportunity to hear renowned performer: Dr Asim Wasti

17th June 2007

5pm – 8pm

(Doors open from 4.30)

Burngreave Library, 179 Spital Hill, Sheffield S4 7LF

We will be promoting the book launch of Burngreave resident Mohammed Younis: The Rise of the Crescent and My Travels

Special guest: Mohsan Ehsan a poet from Pakistan

Open and free to everyone Please arrive early to avoid disappointment

For more information contact: Rashid Ahmad 07894916918, Dr Asim Wasti 07712456784, Ahmed Dawood 07877364665 or Leroy Betts 07917014312

The Burngreave Multicultural Arts Festival Part 2
5:00pm to 8:00pm Sunday 17 June 2007

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