810 – “Liwan” A Story of Cultural Resistance

£10, £7 Student and Unemployed + Booking Fee

All Seating


Jul 08


Frome Friends of Palestine present “Liwan” a short film telling the story of a “cultural café” in Nazareth created when the old market of Nazareth was a no-go area, following an Israeli ‘apartheid’ clearance project and has driven revival of the souq and Palestinian identity. This is followed by a talk from Sally Azzam Cook, co-founder of Liwan. A second short film, “My Neighbourhood” follows 11 year old Mohammed, and his unarmed resistance when his family home is invaded by Israeli settlers in Sheik Jarrah, East Jerusalem. Palestinian-themed food will be available from 6.30pm (extra charge).


Trinity Church , Trinity Street , Frome, , BA11 3DE

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