17.12.17 I MOVING LINES PART II: ART, MUSIC AND CULTURE FAIR in aid of Help Refugees





15:00 – 16:00: 
Dance and Movement by Elina Akhmetova
Movers and shakers, come and join us in this fun inclusive dance & movement workshop! We are going to treat our bodies kindly as our homes, with lots of fun exercises strengthening the core, mobilising the spine, getting on our feet and getting to know a fuller breadth of our physical potential. Equally, we will work with partners to see how we can strengthen whilst adapting to each other. The class will include breathing, shaking, bouncing, dance phrasing, movement research, a lot of partner-work and contact – a lot of play, a lot of laughter and all done with a lot of love. All are welcome, no prior experience necessary. Everybody dance! Spaces are limited (10 max), so you’re encouraged to inscribe yourself as soon as possible.
Tickets an additional £5, limited spaces

16:00 – 17:30: 
Spoken Word with BananaSharma
Virgins and veterans, this is an all inclusive workshop for all kinds of writers. We will get you thinking in ways we are not usually encouraged to, working in groups and solo speed writing. If you’re interested in poetry techniques or simply want to learn how to stand in front of an audience, this workshop will predominantly focus on what it feels like to be out of your comfort zone. 
Tickets an additional £5, limited spaces



17:15 – 18:15:
To kick things off, Gulwali Passarlay, a political refugee from Afghanistan will discuss his work in refugee awareness and empowerment as well as his own journey to the UK.

A panel of representatives from Dunkirk Legal Support TeamOdyssey ProjectECHO Refugee Library and Help Refugees will be discussing their projects in humanitarian aid and the ever changing nature of the refugee crisis. Come and participate in the discussion of how you can make a positive impact within and outside of your community.


18:15 – 19:15
We will present a series of short films from Bidayyat بدايات, a Syrian non-profit organisation, launched in early 2013, to support and produce Syrian documentaries and experimental films as well as organising training courses on documentary film-making.

Also Edward Watts will be joining us to show you and discuss his latest project Oksijan: A Short Film, having recently taken part of London Migration Film Festival. 


19:15 – 20:00
The likes of BananaSharmaTyskiemc and Chris Poetcurious Beschi will bring you poetic expression on the theme home. Those who attend the workshop will have an opportunity to perform their written piece.


20:00 – 21:00
Junk Orchestra
The junk orchestra is a collection of sonic creations all upcycled from the urban wasteland. Expect improvised foot stomping madness coupled with a serene discordant melodic melange. 
Audio Guido plays saxes horns and various other metals to add to the fun. 

21:00 – 22:00
The Soft & Whippy Jam Band
Four piece jam explosion. 
WHAT DO YOU WANT? They’ve got it. The Soft & Whippy funky psychedelic groove-jam experience. 

22:00 – 23:30
Shishko is a traveling collective, members include artists from France, America, Israel, Germany, Spain, and Russia . The diverse musical expression within Shishko spans clear across the world touching notes of Contemporary, Balkan, Turkish, Arabic, Latin, Rock, and Funk. Its an energetic, animated and theatrical show that’s sure to move a room. 

23:30 – 01:00
Fiscal Cliff and Kyle Monologue
(Lewd, The Faux show) 
Fiscal Cliff and Kyle Monologue run a kicking party in north London, expect plenty of pump, ample stomp and much deluxe groove

Delicious home made food available from 5pm from vegan foodies Omni and authentic Middle Eastern cuisine.
Food and drinks served all day by Stour Space cafe

Why not get all your Christmas shopping done whilst having a mighty good time knowing that your money spent will go to a good cause. Here’s a list of what will be available for purchase:

Vegan cheese from Black Arts Vegan
Tictail Prints – https://tictail.com/idjphotography
Safe Passage Bags
Wired Crystal jewellery by Alyssa Schleger

1. 1 hour stick and poke tattoo by Laura Harper
2. Haircut by Wizard of Hair
3. Meal at Season Kitchen, Finsbury Park
4. 2 x tickets to a show at Underbelly Festival, Leicester Square
5. Leather Bag by Kay Symons
6. Bike
7. One year membership for Close-Up Cinema
8. Massage by Laura Gue Lo
More TBC.

60,000 refugees remain in Greece alone in dire conditions, worsening every day as winter approaches. These numbers grow by hundreds every week. They lack basic food, healthcare, shelter and clothing. For this reason, all proceeds will be going to Help Refugees. 
Check out all their amazing work here:

Migrants, refugees and asylum seekers- free entry

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