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Heart’s Core (8pm)

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A glimpse into the heart of refugee women’s lives.


Heart's Core event e-flyer

Community Arts North West presents this unique promenade performance that will surround you with music, memories and visions where you’ll be challenged to take a leap into the dark.

To celebrate Refugee Week, women from Greater Manchester’s refugee and migrant communities take you to the heart of their lives. Telling stories that are significant to them and to their communities, these women invite you to share their dreams – and nightmares.

Current age guidance: 12+
Promenade Performance – No seating*

Directed by Cheryl Martin

Artists: Deborah Norris, Denise Yvette Serna, Mahboobeh Rajabi, Tamsin Cook, Victoria Lowe, Maria Gabriella Ruban and Yvonne Shelton Production Manager: Stacey Choudhury-Potter

CAN is grateful to The Boaz Trust and Refugee Action for partnership support and to the following funders for supporting Heart’s Core:
Arts Council England, the Lloyds TSB Foundation, Network for Social Change and Manchester City Council.

For further information please phone 0161 234 2975

Click here to book tickets via the Z-arts website.

Please note that all tickets must be collected at the Z-arts box office before the event. Tickets are available for collection any time after purchase, if collecting on the day of the event please collect at least 30 minutes before the start of the event. Z-arts DO NOT post out any tickets. For any further ticket information, please contact their box office on 0161 232 6089.

*Movable seating is available for those with limited mobility.

About CAN

Community Arts North West (CAN) is a Manchester-based arts development organisation working with urban communities across Greater Manchester to create access to cultural production for people that are excluded from or on the fringes of the mainstream.

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