We’re very excited by the line-up for this year’s PUSH festival at HOME, which celebrates the North West’s creative talents.
On Wednesday 27 October, Brouhaha sees Sherko Abbas revisit his When the Wild Instruments Sing performances with fellow Iraqi artist Kani Kamil. Featuring newly built handmade instruments, Brouhaha reflects social agitation and displacement, through works focused on noise, sound, and the matter of listening, by two Iraqi artists living in the diaspora.
This event is followed by a Q&A with Sherko Abbas and Kani Kamil with Dr Louis Brehony, a scholar of Middle East culture and politics. Find out more here
Join musician and storyteller, Emmanuela Yogolelo for the family-friendly Tales from the Congo Basin, which combines music and storytelling to explore climate justice from a Central African perspective on Friday 29 October.
The event features a discussion with artist-activist Kooj Chuhan of Crossing Footprints about the ways in which colonialism, conflict, race, and migration connect with climate change. Discover more here