|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): email@example.com (01223 698080)
|See: Mumford Theatre|
|18 November 2017|
|Reem will be returning to Bradford to take part in a panel discussion on activism as part of Women of the World (WoW) 2017.|
|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|
|16 July 2017, 3.45pm|
|The Palm House, Sefton Park, Liverpool|
|As part of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, Reem led the assembly in a sing-song of the unofficial Palestinian national anthem, Mawtini, and she presented Reham, a young British Yemeni singer, who proceeded to sing a Yemeni song which Reem taught her earlier in the Festival.|
|15 July 2017|
|Philharmonic Music Room, Liverpool|
|Reem returns to Liverpool for the closing concert of this year's Arab Arts Festival.|
|See: Liverpool Arab Arts Festival|
|13 July 2017|
|As part of Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, Reem gave a masterclass to a young British Yemeni singer from Liverpool.|
|17 June 2017, 7pm|
|St. Johns Church, Bury St. Edmunds IP33 1SN|
|Reem will be accompanied in concert by Bruno Heinen.|
|See: Theatre Royal Booking Information, Music Worldwide Concerts|