Reem Kelani Concert

Reem Kelani

Inspirational Palestinian singer and campaigner Reem Kelani is playing the Vestry Hall accompanied by Bruno Heinen on piano.

Monday 11th May 2009 starting at 7.00pm

Burngreave Vestry Hall, 2 Burngreave Road, Sheffield.

The Concert is FREE but entry will be by ticket only To obtain a ticket contact the Vestry Hall: call in, phone 0114 21333800, or email:

There will be a collection at the concert to raise funds for children's projects in Gaza.

“[Reem Kelani] doesn't simply perform the songs she sings. She also takes time to act as an enthused teacher explaining the historical, religious – though rarely political – background to each. These are less tub-thumping protest songs and more the lyrical tales of love or loss.” Liverpool Echo July 2008

Free workshop with Reem Kelani for women

Part of Adult Learners Week Tuesday 12th May 2009 starting at 9.30am Sorby House, Spital Hill, Burngreave

Contact Rashida Hassanali on 07773 583 699 for more information.

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