Haramacy is coming to Trinity Centre this weekend

Haramacy is coming to Trinity Centre this weekend

Posted on: 02 Dec 2021

The event will showcase a range of multi-arts performances from Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities.


Trinity Centre will host Haramacy, a catalyst for cross-cultural engagement for artists from BIPOC communities, this Saturday 4 December.


Presented by COMMUN (London, Bristol and Birmingham), the third edition of Haramacy advocates higher BIPOC participation in the arts.


Click here to find tickets for the event, which runs from 19:00-21:00.



Haramacy is designed to provide a space for BIPOC artists to perform, collaborate and create works exploring social issues within their communities, such as race, gender, class and ethnicity.


Saturday's event at Trinity Centre will celebrate outsiderism by bringing together sound, light, visuals, dance and words among others.


The show will involve performances from the likes of Anika Deb, Ayan Cilmi and Deepraj Singh. Qezz Gill, Shagufta K Iqbal and Yaz are also on the bill.


Haramacy is presented by COMMUN, a combined arts organisation that aims to increase community participation for BIPOC artists through projects events and digital media. 


For tickets for this event, click here.

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George Boyle



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