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Across the globe, popular uprisings are uniting people calling for reform and change. With borders being broken by a common thread of justice, how do we find individual voices that bring us altogether?

Young Shubbak present Thawra, She Said, a night of eruptive and moving spoken word along with short films from Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Egypt and more, reflecting on the intimate moments of resistance within a time of great revolution.

In a collaboration with AWAN (Arab Women Artists Now) Festival, emerging local and international artists will explore distress, healing and familiar instances that live inside our greater socio-political struggles.

Together we are stronger and our voices louder. Join us on March. 24th at The Book Club, Shoreditch at 7 pm!

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Young Shubbak are a new collective of 16-25 year old artists, curators, producers and creatives who programme multi-art form events to entertain, inspire, and promote inclusivity in the arts. The programme is kindly supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

AWAN Festival is produced by Arts Canteen and supported by Arts Council England.