Reem Kelani

Reem Kelani
Reem Kelani

“Concert for Gaza”

Many local Burngreave residents have been concerned about recent events in Gaza, with a Yemeni women's group organising a fund-raising social in February at the Vestry Hall.

Now Burngreave members of Yorkshire Palestine Cultural Exchange are putting on a City Centre Concert with Palestinian Singer Reem Kelani.

Reem Kelani will be performing at the Unitarian Church on Norfolk St in the city centre on Monday 23rd March.

Tickets are available on the door (£10 or £7 for students) but for more information, ring Hilary on 07538789879.

She will also be appearing at the Burngreave Vestry Hall the following day.

Concert for Gaza - Unitarian Church, Norfolk St
7:30pm to 9:30pm Monday 23 March 2009
Concert for Gaza - Vestry Hall
11:30am to 1:00pm Tuesday 24 March 2009
Reem Kelani
Reem Kelani is a Palestinian singer, musician and broadcaster.
Yorkshire Palestine Cultural Exchange
Yorkshire Palestine Cultural Exchange (YPCE) was formed in early 2004 to promote Palestinian culture in Yorkshire, to provide positive images of Palestinian culture and to help cultural exchange between young people in Yorkshire and Palestine

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