Arabic Arts Festival

Liverpool’s annual Arabic Arts Festival launches July 1st, and with artists from Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Palestine, among others, it’s never been a more important time to experience the culture of countries who appear in the media daily but about which our understanding can, at times, can be limited. The event kicks off with a free family day at Sefton Park Palm House, between 12.30 and 4.30pm, with a blend of music, dance and food. The entire festival runs for two weeks. For more details, visit the Arabic Festival website.

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