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    Salaam Shalom Arts Festival 2016 Following the success of Shared Space, our Muslim and Jewish art exhibition held for just three days in May 2015, Salaam Shalom have been awarded Arts Council funding to deliver a Muslim and Jewish Arts Festival in Bristol, May-June 2016. It will include the work … Continue reading
  • Wednesday 27 January – Holocaust Memorial Day Civic Commemoration
    Wednesday 27 January – Holocaust Memorial Day Civic Commemoration This will take place at the Old Council House, Corn Street, Bristol, BS1 1JG, from 2pm to 5pm.   This is a free event, although donations are welcome. Members of diverse local communities, including fellow Bristolians of Pakistani, Somali and Zimbabwean … Continue reading
  • Joy at the Jamia Mosque
    On Sunday, hundreds of people came to Jamia Mosque in Totterdown in a show of solidarity, seven days after a hate crime took place at its gates. Four people have since been charged. And Jamia Mosque invited the community to join them the following week for tea and food. Jon … Continue reading
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    10 year anniversary!
  • Verbatim Theatre Project
    Find out more about our Verbatim theatre project… Project Page
  • Candlelit Vigil for Peace
    Candlelit Vigil for Peace tomorrow, 17 November, at 6pm at College Green in Bristol. It is an opportunity to pay our respects to all those who have lost their lives or been devastated by acts of terrorism in Paris and also in Beirut, Turkey, Egypt, Syria and elsewhere. Also to … Continue reading
  • Salaam Shalom
                  Our hearts are with the families and friends of those who have fallen victim to terror around the world this week, this month, this year, this century. The actions of the ‘Islamic State’ are condemned by Bristol’s Muslim Leaders and condemned by the … Continue reading
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    Salaam Shalom have been awarded Arts Council England funding for a Muslim-Jewish Art Project 2016. Check back to learn more about the project over the next few months

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