London’s largest festival of contemporary Arab culture: Shubbak Festival

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London’s largest festival of contemporary Arab culture: Shubbak Festival

Shubbak, London’s largest festival of contemporary Arab culture, showcases international Arab artists to London audiences and communities. It is taking place now until 26 July 2015 in venues and public places across the capital.

London Live interviews Shubbak festival Chairman Omar Al-Qattan, legendary Palestinian film director Michel Khleifi - who was invited to curate Shubbak’s main film programme ‘A Homage to Michel Khleifi’ - and artist Aya Haidar, who’s work is on show as part of the Shubbak exhibition I Spy With My Little Eye… at The Mosaic Rooms.

See the full festival programme here.

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