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Friday 1st – Saturday 9th December 2023
Amos Trust will be touring the UK this December. Join us in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leicester, Sheffield, Leeds, Darlington, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Ashburton nr. Totnes and Cardiff.
Friday 1st – Saturday 9th December 2023
On the road with us this December will be our friends Elias D’eis and Said Zarzar from Holy Land Trust in Bethlehem and special guest performers from PalArt Collective.
Join us in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leicester, Sheffield, Leeds, Darlington, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Ashburton nr. Totnes and Cardiff.
Friday 1st December, 19:00
London, St James’s Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL
£7 | £5 concession
Saturday 2nd December, 18:00
Bristol, Cotham Parish Church
Cotham Road, Bristol BS6 6DR
Sunday 3rd December, 18:00
Birmingham, St Peter’s Church
Highfield Road, Hall Green, Birmingham B28 0BT
Monday 4th December, 19:00
Oadby, Trinity Methodist Church (nr. Leicester)
Harborough Road, Oadby LE2 5AF
Tuesday 5th December, 12:30 – 14:00
Sheffield, St Aidan’s Church
2 Manor Lane, Sheffield S2 1UF
A light lunch will be available at this event.
Tuesday 5th December, 19:30
Left Bank Leeds
Cardigan Road, Burley, Leeds LS6 1LJ
Please note that doors open at 7:00 for a 7:30 start. The bar will be open until 7:25 to ensure a prompt start.
Children and concessions: £2.50
Wednesday 6th December, 19:30
Darlington, Elm Ridge Methodist Church
Carmel Road, Darlington DL3 8DJ
Thursday 7th December, 19:30
Edinburgh, Augustine United Church
41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL
Friday 8th December, 13:30 – 15:00
Glasgow, The Glad Cafe
1006A Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2HG
The cafe will be open for food and refreshments between 12:30 – 1:30 and after the event.
Saturday 9th December, 19:00
Manchester, Ascension Church Hulme
282 Stretford Road, Manchester M15 5TQ
Sunday 10th December, 19:30
Ashburton nr. Totnes, Ashburton Arts Centre
15 West Street, Ashburton, Devon TQ13 7DT
Monday 11th December, 18:30
Cardiff, Grange Pavilion
Grange Gardens, Cardiff CF11 7LJ
Tuesday 19th December, 17:00
Special Christmas online event
Full details TBC
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Elias joined Holy Land Trust as a travel coordinator in 2007 and has grown the organisation’s Travel and Encounter programme, which now facilitates tours and educational packages to 1,500 peacemakers and visitors a year.
Elias is the Chairman of the board of Al Ghad Al Jadid (New Generation) Organization in Beit Sahour, he teaches at the Global Distribution Service College in Ramallah and was recently elected to the Beit Sahour City Council — one of the youngest members in the history of the council. He also manages the tourism portfolio, engaging in international relations and community development projects and has been a representative to Japan, Turkey, Italy and Lithuania.
In June 2019, Elias was promoted to the position of Executive Director of Holy Land Trust. You can follow Elias on Instagram at @elias_deis
Said Zarzar is Programme Development Manager at Holy Land Trust where he has worked since August 2012. As an events coordinator, his responsibilities include acting as art director for the annual Bet Lahem Live Festival, working on the Holy Land Trust’s Travel and Encounter programme logistics and coordinating many other events.
Said graduated from Bethlehem University with a Bachelor’s degree in Literature and Translation in 2010, but his real passion is theatre. At Holy Land Trust, Said can channel this passion into positively impacting the community. He believes theatre is a weapon, and through acting, dancing and putting on productions, performers can use their voice and skills to tell their stories without being rejected or ignored.
Said is a travel expert who arranges solidarity trips and alternative tours to Palestine for more than 5,000 visitors annually. He is now studying for his Master’s in Tourism Studies at Bethlehem University.
You can follow Said on Instagram at @saidzar