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The Crows Plucked Your Sinews, Theatre Review. Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: Aisha Mohammed.

Time is perpetually offering the same kind of scenario to people, to humanity, it is just the view point and the way it is observed that changes, History doesn’t so much as repeat itself but has the hallmarks of constant rehashing and frightening ability to make us understand that as a species with so much going for us, so much potential to grow and bond, we keep making the same mistakes and wondering why our planet is ultimately doomed.

Ancient Routes, Theatre Review. Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, Unity Theatre, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Cast: Louai Alhenawi, Alia Alzougbi, Roskar Nasan, Sanaa Wehbe.

Storytelling is such an important facet of human nature that it strides, like music, across the many diverse and wonderfully different regions and countries of the world. Our own culture, derived as it is originally from many distinct and rampaging races and creeds, is full of folk tales and parables from many customs and backgrounds that it surely is a thrill when the sounds and stories of another area of the world comes and adds more influence to life.

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival Host Groundbreaking Film Papa Hedi.

Liverpool Arab Arts Festival and The Bluecoat are delighted to host the U.K. premiere of the groundbreaking film Papa Hedi – an arts documentary about a woman’s journey to find her Grandfather, bringing a family together across two cultures in a modern world. The film was first screened in 2012 at California’s Arab Film Festival and now it is to make its U.K. premiere in Liverpool on June 16th before being screened at the London Shubbak Festival on 30th June.