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Opening Party: Sanctuary Songs

Free – donations welcome

Join Migration Matters for songs of welcome and celebration from around the globe.

Stand and Be Counted (SBC) Theatre presents Sanctuary Songs, in collaboration with Emily Ntshangase-Wood and Zoe Katsilerou. Join SBC performers from the shows Where We Began and Tanja, for songs of welcome and celebration from around the globe. Expect rousing vocals and live music as we reach beyond borders and out of lockdown.

Stand and Be Counted make campaign theatre. Their work is highly political and made to promote social change and unity. They work with artists, participants, arts organisations and festivals around the world to empower audiences and collaborators to have their say.

No booking required – join online with the live-stream below.

Free – donations welcome.

For all ages.

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