Paula Darwish, Serpıl Kılıç and band. Turkish and Kurdish folk songs. Children welcome.
We are looking forward to being at Che-Men Café on 31st May. Please see our event listings for more information and reservation information.
It’s been two years since we did a full length concert in Manchester but finally we have decided on St Clement’s Church in Chorlton as the perfect venue. The concert will be recorded live and we have some amazing special guests…more info coming soon..
This is my favourite song for the weekend. Beautiful words, beautiful voice of Hasret Gültekin who was tragically killed in Sivas in 1993. Lyrics were written by Zülfü Livaneli. The title means ‘ for what should a person give their life” Bir insan ömrünü neye vermeli Harcanıp gidiyor ömür dediğin Yolda kalan da bir
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
2 workshops in simple folk dances followed by live music and the chance to use your new skills. No experience necessary. A day to bring all our communities together and have fun. The workshops will be in English with interpreters for Arabic, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Turkish, Urdu and Punjabi. This event is for women and children