Eat, dance and celebrate as we end the Refugee Week programme with a rhythmic, spirited night of delicious food, powerful performances and spinning decks.
Open Kitchen Social Club
Celebrate the end of the festival by bringing people of different faiths, and no faith, together in solidarity to celebrate refugee week with meat and veggie dishes.
One World Choir
A group of refugees, asylum seekers and other local people who have come together to sing.
Wayward Thread & Si Rawlinson blend hip hop and contemporary dance tackling a complex political subject with exhilarating grace and clarity.
Inspired by the courageous lives and precarious experiences of Ai Weiwei and others, Red INK spotlights dissident artists and their struggles against the state.
Wiyaala’s music is a potent fusion of West African folk songs and stadium Afro-pop, bringing traditional West African mythology to life with spectacularly energetic traditional dance moves.
Nicknamed “the Carribean Patti Smith” by The Guardian, Moonlight Benjamin offers us a powerful and original fusion between Caribbean voodoo and 70’s US blues rock.
The shock between Moonlight’s powerful and rebellious voice, and the tension of Matthis Pascaud’s saturated guitars reinvents voodoo trance in a new and explosive style!
DJ DisOrientalist presents Beats from a Borderless World