Ukrainian artists open London show marking one year of conflict

When Russia launched a full scale invasion of Ukraine nearly a year ago, the Kyiv-based Hooligan Art Community were split up and displaced.

Now a year on and with the conflict still raging, these creatives have managed to come together for a performance in London to mark the anniversary.

Paul has been speaking to Mirra and Danylo from the group, they say it’s vital that people keep talking about Ukraine.

Hooligan’s show ‘Bunker Cabaret’ is on at Somerset House on the 24 and 25 February.

Tanya Francis 8th February 2023

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