music crossover // global and local cultures // interviews and spoken reflections // live performance // film and media // in Sheffield: Interplay Now
LIVE @ Theatre Deli, 1st August 2019, 7pm
watch the live-stream at
music and words crossing styles and cultures. Incl. Syria, DR Congo, UK, Sudan, Iraq, Burundi. Interplay Now Collective features new Sheffield talents NAJI HUSSEIN, FAIDA MIKE, AZAM HASSAN and others. Plus special guest ARASH SABET and spoken contexts and film by Interplay Now web channel presenters featuring Sudanese journalist HANADI HAJANA.
This is a pay-what-you-feel event, but please register your ticket for attendance at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/interplay-now-collective-live-theatre-deli-tickets-65169468635
About ARASH SABET
Arash is an Iranian singer-songwriter based in Sheffield, UK whose music is a combination of rock, blues and folk. Staying close to his roots, lyrics are often sung in Farsi or Gilaki. Links to his music and online presence:
New in Sheffield, Interplay Now
This is going to be a multi-lingual show in Sheffield because of the range of mother tongues spoken from freshly developing talents. Interplay Now Collective LIVE will present mostly in English with sections of Arabic, Swahili and French. It builds on our brief introductory outing during the Migration Matters festival where Azam Hassan and Naji Hussein performed impromptu at Theatre Deli:
This was after only the second project session and they received an enthusiastic strong applause. A quick video intro to the project was filmed and edited in the hours just before the performance, and we also screened that on the night:
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Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre St, Sheffield S1 4QZ tel: 0114 278 6500
The new Sheffield-based Interplay Now is an amazing project run by Virtual Migrants in collaboration with Sheffield Refugee Council. This means that artistic crossing over and connecting can be actively encouraged. We are lucky because we are also generously supported by SADACCA Studios so that we have a fantastic space for us to work in. Other partners include Theatre Deli (Sheffield) and Koni Music. We are also grateful for financial support from Awards For All and the Arts Council England which have enable the project to become possible.