05 July 2018 to 08/07/2018, Various.
Bungay, Suffolk
Reem will be returning to Drum Camp where she will be:
- performing on Friday 6 July, accompanied by Bruno Heinen;
- giving Arabic singing workshops on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 July.
See: Drum Camp

17 May 2018
The Hubs, 6 Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2QQ
Reem will be returning to Sheffield for this special concert, accompanied by Al MacSween on piano.

28 April 2018 to 29/04/2018
The Knowledge Centre, British Library, London
As part of M Fest, the UK's first ever festival of Muslim literature, cultures and ideas, Reem will be contributing to a panel discussion on The Artistic and Cultural Legacy of the Palestinian Diaspora.
See: Festival of Muslim Cultures and Ideas

27 April 2018, 7.30pm
The Knowledge Centre, British Library, London
As part of MFest's opening night, Reem will perform songs from the Arab world, accompanied by the brilliant and brilliantly versatile Bruno Heinen on electric piano.
See: Festival of Muslim Cultures and Ideas

01 December 2017, 1.05 - 1.55pm
Mumford Theatre, Anglia Ruskin Uni, Cambridge
This is Reem's re-scheduled lunchtime concert with the wonderful Bruno Heinen on piano.
Admission is free.
Further details are available from Alan Rochford (Lunchtime Concert Series Director): (01223 698080)
See: Mumford Theatre

18 November 2017, 11.45am
Bradford Cathedral
Reem returns to Bradford for Women of the World (WoW) Festival 2017.
What can UK-based activists learn from their international sisters?
Leading global change-makers join forces to speak about how to turn local activism into global solidarity. Speakers include Palestinian activist Reem Kelani, girls education campaigner and TEDx Curator Masarat Daud, and journalist and writer Rahila Gupta, who travelled and documented the revolution occurring in Rojava, Syria.
Chaired by Anjum Mouj, of Imkaan.
See: Women of the World Festival Bradford

27 October 2017, 7 - 8.30pm
The Knowledge Centre, British Library, London
Naji al-Ali: A Tribute

This event explores the remarkable power and influence of al-Ali's work, with contributions from the Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell and Karma Nabulsi (University of Oxford) and coupled with a performance of selected songs by Reem (accompanied by Bruno Heinen on electric piano).

Naji al-Ali was shot by unknown assailants outside the offices of al-Qabas, a Kuwaiti newspaper, in London and died five weeks later in August 1997.

See: The British Library

20 September 2017 to 20/09/2017, 8pm
"I'm playing an intimate #GiveaHome show with @amnesty and @sofarsounds in a secret location on September 20th this year in support of the world's refugees, accompanied by the wonderful Al MacSween on electric piano.

My parents suffered as refugees twice: once, in 1948, after Israel's creation, and second, in 1990, after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. I will always be grateful that Kuwait and later Jordan took them in and allowed them to build their lives there. Those who leave their homes to seek refuge in a foreign land mostly pay a terrible price, yearning for a homeland to which they may never return. May we never shut our doors to people seeking refugee in their moment of crisis."

See: Sofar Sounds - enter the draw for tickets here, #GiveaHome show - how it works

26 August 2017 to 27/08/2017
Traquair House, Innerleithen, Scotland
Reem returns to Beyond Borders:

Sat 26th Aug: 11.20 - 12.50am
A workshop in Arabic and Palestinian singing, in the Walled Garden.

Sun 27th Aug: 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Women on the Frontline: Experience stories from the lives of extraordinary women with Christina Lamb, Razia Iqbal, Reem Kelani & Valerie Plame Wilson. In the main marquee.

Sun 27th Aug: 6:10pm - 6:50pm
Reem will be performing in concert in the Walled Garden with her pianist, Bruno Heinen.
See: Beyond Borders International Festival