Wyldwood Arts teamed up with Borderlands and the Bristol Refugee Festival 2018 to produce a music and performance event to launch the month long festivities.
On 1st June 2018, Wyldwood held the Bristol Refugee Festival's Opening Night at Colston Hall. The event was an evening of musical performances, poetry and spoken word performance, and a film screening.
Musicians included: Brook Tate and friends, Moussa Kouyate (Kora player), Abdullah and Mark, Nabra Oud Duo, and Servo.
About Bristol Refugee Festival
Bristol Refugee Festival is a month-long programme of events that brings together local and refugee communities to celebrate the contribution refugees make to Bristol, promote better understanding as to why people seek sanctuary and support successful integration.
Produced by Wyldwood Arts in partnership with Borderlands and Bristol Refugee Festival. Supported with funding from Bristol Ageing Better.