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Conversation and music with Bristol born and bred Muslim Hip Hop and Spoken Word duo, expressing the world as they see it through the art of rhyme.

25th November 9pm

The Malcolm X Centre, 141 City Road

Prices:

£4 standard ticket

Free for refugees, asylum seekers and those in financial hardship.

‘This is an alcohol-free event.’

***Tickets from Party for the People Here***

 

***Tickets from Party for the People Here***

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