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Passion Pit Theatre presents

Walking to Jerusalem

blisters, hope and other facts on the ground

Written and performed by JUSTIN BUTCHER 

Directed by MATILDA REITH 

Designed by SARAH JUNE MILLS 

Music & sound -JACK C. ARNOLD

Video design -DAMIAN HALE

On the centenary of the Balfour Declaration, on the 50th year of Israel’s military occupation of the Palestinian Territories and the 10th year of the blockade of Gaza, more than 100 pilgrims set out to walk 3000 miles from London to Jerusalem – in penance, solidarity and hope, calling for equal rights for all in the Holy Land.  This is their story - based on walkers journals, and travellers tales, along Roman roads and refugee routes, past monasteries and mountain passes, desert wadis and Bedouin camps, their experiences are brought to life in a playful and inventive blend of theatre and stand-up, combined with an evocative soundscape and video montage from live footage along the route.

 

United Reformed Church, 83 Portsmouth Road, Guildford GU2 4BS7

7.30pm Saturday September 21st 2019  

Tickets £12.50 from  thelittleboxoffice.com/wspsc      

Or phone 01252 792609  

Click on Read More to see and print the flyer.

Film Showing in Fleet.

 

The film covers a wide range of views from occupied Palestine today, and asks “What change must come?” At the moment when President Trump thinks he has the answer, this film is especially relevant. Producer, Miranda Pinch, will join us for the screening,and answer questions.Admission free Samples of Palestinian food to taste and buy. Donations welcomed to cover expenses and for Hebron International Resource Network, a grass roots organisation that helps Palestinians receive basic human rights such as healthcare, education, water and electricity. Please speak with Tim or Mayonne 01252 792609 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if you are willing to car share.

Please join us at:

7.15pm, Tuesday 25th June

Fleet Methodist Church, 

Reading Rd S,Fleet, GU52 7TF

We are sorry to inform you that Friday's planned talk on "The Palestine-Israel Question and its Effects on UK Free Speech" is cancelled due to bereavement in the speaker's family.  We hope to re-arrange the event at a later date.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you.

 

Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh will talk on "Water, Fossil Fuels, Habitat and Sustainability in Palestine". Prof. Qumsiyeh will explore how the crucial diversity found in the landscape of Palestine is being damaged as a result of the current situation.  Restoring both social and natural ecosystems to balance requires challenging the Israeli occupation and dominance of the West Bank.  As a Palestinian Christian, a biologist and a human rights activist, Prof. Qumsiyeh is uniquely positioned to explore these inter-linked questions. Prof. Qumsiyeh teaches and conducts research at Bethlehem University in Palestine. He is founder and director of the Palestine Museum of Natural History,and the Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability.  

St Nicolas Church, 

Bury Street, Guildford GU2 4AW

Monday August 12th, 7.30pm

The Palestine-Israel question and its Effects on UK Free Speech with Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi.
Naomi will explore how Israel and its ‘friends’ are promoting confusion about anti-
Semitism to silence criticism of Israel's behaviour in Palestine.  This strategy is
dangerous as it threatens free speech here in the UK, and undermines the United
Nations Declaration on human rights, with serious potential consequences for
peace.
Naomi is media officer for Jewish Voice for Labour and executive producer of the
film Witchhunt.
She was a journalist with Reuters for many years before re-
training as a teacher, working as a primary school literary specialist until retirement
in 2017.  A lifelong campaigner for social justice and human rights, she has played
an active role in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement to hold
Israel to account for the injustices perpetrated against Palestinians.


St Nicolas Church,
Bury Street, Guildford GU2 4AW

Friday June 7th, 2019  -  7.30pm

This event was originally advertised with Glyn Secker. Sorry for any confusion.