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East London and the world

More than 50 features, several short programmes and a variety of events are offered in the East End Film Festival.
from East End Film Festival on Mar 21, 2018.

Showtime from the frontline

It started with a comedy course in a refugee camp in the West Bank town of Jenin.
from Theatre Royal, Stratford on Mar 14, 2018.

Illuminating India

A season of exhibitions and events that celebrates India’s contribution to science, technology and mathematics.
from Science Museum on Mar 14, 2018.

A charcoal-seller's Herculean pushbike journey

Congolese farmer Kabwita Kasongo spends an arduous day felling a large tree in 'Makala', and then toils over the task of converting it into charcoal. That's the easy part.
from Daniel Nelson on Mar 10, 2018.

Alchemy is back

The multi-arts festival Alchemy returns on 4–7 May, showcasing the creativity and cultural connections between South Asia and the UK.
from Alchemy, Southbank Centre on Mar 3, 2018.

Introducing MFest

The UK’s first festival of culture and ideas dedicated to Muslim communities features 25 events on 27-29 April.
from MFest on Mar 3, 2018.

Intifada women's doc opens the Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Half the 14 documentaries at the forthcoming Human Rights Watch Film Festival are directed by women.
from Human Rights Watch on Feb 2, 2018.

'I figure it’ll take a war to settle it all'

A story of two families – one Palestinian, one Israeli – forced by history into an intimacy they didn't choose.
from Finborough Theatre on Jan 21, 2018.

Serge stakes his claim

'The Claim' is a play about an interview that will affect the rest of your life. It could even lead to your death.
from Daniel Nelson on Jan 8, 2018.

Outsourced pregnancy

When illness prevents Robyn and Ajay from having a child of their own, they return to India – the country of Ajay’s birth – to outsource their pregnancy.
from Park Theatre on Jan 2, 2018.