I’m very pleased to announce our first gig in Cambridge which will take place in the Portland Arms. We are very much looking forward to it and hope you will enjoy our unique selection of songs in Turkish, Kurdish, Arabic and other traditional languages spoken in old Anatolia. More details
An interview with Paula Darwish in Diyarbakır 2012 published in Kurdish and Turkish. Kurdish Turkish
Türkiye Cuma 21 Eylül – İstanbul. Mekan, Atıf Yılmaz Cad. Küçük Bayram Sok. No:1, Kat: 2 TAKSİM Çarşamba 26 Eylül – İzmir . Kalan Türkü Evi, Konaklı Perşembe 27 Eylül – Kuşadası . Munzur Cafe Cuma 5 Ekim – Mardin. Hüner Cafe Çarşamba 10 Ekim– Ankara. Vadi Cafe. Sakarya caddesi İnkılap Sokak No:3/1 Çankaya, Ankara
I wrote this song when I lived in Hackney and use to cycle through Springfield Park to the River Lea to get some peace and quiet, or simply to get to Tottenham avoiding the busy roads. There used to be a run down old pub with outside tables, where I occasionally stopped for a beer.
Autumn London gig confirmed……See gigs page for further information….gigs page
A Kurdish-themed evening of music, dancing and food organised by 24:7 Theatre Festival to raise money which will go towards putting on their show ‘The Interpreter, Home.’ The play is by Hekate Papadaki and is about a psychologically damaged Kurdish patient and issues that arise when she is treated in a mental health hospital. Live music