The British Lionhearts return to action in World Series of Boxing Season VII with the first of three exciting fixtures at London’s legendary York Hall. See the rising stars of British boxing in action against Morocco Atlas Lions! Book your ticket now with no booking fees!
Amina Maelainine, Parliamentary, Justice and Development Party Member, will be giving a lecture on New Developments in Morocco at The Islamic Cultural Centre. Everyone is welcome but you must register to attend this event. The Online Registration Form can be found here.
Freelance Journalist + Blogger, Nahla Ink Online Journal www.nahlaink.com Dear Readers February has arrived bringing with it lots of activity in terms of the arts and culture scene in London connected to the MENA region. There will be lots of events to attend with a great choice of exhibitions, music, a book reading, talks […]
Illustrated Talk, Storytelling & Panel Discussion on Alf Layla Wa Layla: “The Thousand and One Nights“ Friday 18 November, 7.30pm, Rich Mix, London E1 Author & BMS member, Samantha Herron, is on the Panel. For information and ticket(s): https://www.richmix.org.uk/events/spoken-word/magic-and-power-alf-layla-wa-layla-thousand-and-one-nights
Sunday 6 November | 9:45pm | Elgar Room Fatima-Zohra El Qortobi grew up in a family committed to the traditions of Eastern Morocco musical heritage, and won the prize for ‘most beautiful voice’ at the festival of Oujda Gharnati at the age of 17. Showcasing the multi-cultural heritage of Morocco, this evening of classical […]
PATIENCE, PATIENCE YOU’LL GO TO PARADISE! Fifty years after emigrating to Brussels, seven North African Muslim women are finally starting to taste freedom after decades raising their families behind closed doors. Bertha DocHouse are delighted to present the latest film in our ‘DocHouse Firsts’ initiative – bringing docs to the big screen that wouldn’t otherwise be […]
Directed by Deborah Perkin, Bastards is about a Muslim mum who fights family, tradition and the law to give her illegitimate daughter a future. It’s uplifting, funny, moving – and shows the inside of a Moroccan court for the first time on film. Released in UK cinemas last year, it won high praise from film critics like […]