Women audience members in cultural costumes dancing at the Exodus Festival 2010

"The Exodus Festival has gone from strength to strength over the past few years celebrating the tremendous diversity that we enjoy here in Manchester. It's a lively and creative family-friendly event which people of all ages will enjoy." Cllr. Mike Amesbury, Manchester City Council

Exodus Festival

The Exodus Festival was a unique celebration of arts and culture by Greater Manchester’s diverse refugee communities. It took place annually during National Refugee Week.

The Festival included world music and dance performances, interactive workshops (including African drumming, DJing, African dance), children’s activities (circus skills, face painting), delicious international food, crafts and stalls.

Unfortunately CAN is no longer able to run the Exodus Festival. However, we been selected to host the 2nd national Platforma Festival which will take place in Manchester in Autumn 2013.

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