We Are Not Numbers Christmas Tour 2022

We Are Not Numbers Christmas Tour 2022

Join us this November and December when Amos Trust will be touring the UK.

On the road with us will be our friends Walaa Sabbah*, Issam Adwan and Ahmed Inaouq from We Are Not Numbers in Gaza, the young people from Alrowwad Cultural Centre from Aida camp in Bethlehem (London and Bristol only) and special guest performer, British Palestinian poet, Hannah Ahle.

Each evening of the tour will feature local performers, films from our partners, poetry and music, so please join us. Proceeds from the tour will go towards Amos Trust’s Christmas Appeal supporting our work in Gaza. For details, please visit amostrust.org/christmas-appeal

Walaa Sabbah from We Are Not Numbers in Gaza

Issam Adwan from We Are Not Numbers in Gaza

Ahmed Inaouq from We Are Not Numbers in Gaza

British Palestinian poet, Hannah Ahle

From the Top: Walaa Sabbah, Issam Adwan and Ahmed Inaouq from We Are Not Numbers in Gaza, and British Palestinian poet, Hannah Ahle.
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Friday 25th November, 19:00
Manchester, St Margaret’s Church
Rufford Road (on the corner of Rufford Road and Whalley Road), Whalley Range, Manchester M16 8AE

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Saturday 26th November, 19:00
Liverpool, St Bride’s Church
Percy Street, Liverpool L8 7LT

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Sunday 27th November, 18:00
Birmingham, St Peter’s Church
Highfield Road, Hall Green, Birmingham B28 0BT

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Monday 28th November, 19:00
Oadby, Trinity Methodist Church (nr. Leicester)
Harborough Road, Oadby LE2 5AF

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Wednesday 30th November, 19:00
Durham, Elvet Methodist Church
8 Old Elvet, Durham DH1 3HL

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Thursday 1st December, 19:30
Left Bank Leeds
Cardigan Road, Burley, Leeds LS6 1LJ

Adults: £5 per person
Children and concessions: £2.50 per person

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Friday 2nd December, 19:00
London, St James’s Piccadilly
197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL

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Sunday 11th December, 19:00
Bristol, Cotham Parish Church
Cotham Road, Bristol BS6 6DR 

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Walaa Sabbah *

Walaa Sabah served as We Are Not Numbers’ community outreach and partnership officer. She did voluntary work in Africa, worked in Europe, and taught English to children from East Asia.

She finished her Bachelor’s degree in English arts and literature, won the Chevening Scholarship, and is doing her masters in Business with Central Operations Management in the UK. Walaa is a devoted tri-lingual with more than five years of expertise in human rights, outreach and partnerships, and project management.

Walaa will be joining us in Bristol on Sunday 11th December. You can follow Walaa on Instagram at @issam_adwan

Issam Adwan

Issam served as the project manager for We Are Not Numbers between 2019-2021 and is currently a volunteer contributor and consultant. He is a Gaza-based journalist and human rights activist who works at the Palestinian Centre for Democracy and Conflict Resolution as a media officer.

In 2019, Issam was chosen by The Carter Centre to be one of the first Palestinian independent observers for the Tunisian elections. His passions are improving the learning experience for diverse populations, youth empowerment, social justice and gender equality.

You can follow Issam on Instagram at @issam_adwan

Ahmed Alnaouq

Ahmed grew up in Gaza, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature from al-Azher University. Ahmed was the inspiration for and original project manager of Amos partner, We Are Not Numbers. He later won the UK’s prestigious Chevening scholarship and earned a Master’s degree in international journalism from Leeds University.

Today, in addition to his role as a Steering Committee member of WANN, Ahmed is co-founder of Border Gone, a media project that tells stories from Gaza in Hebrew. He also serves as advocacy and outreach officer for the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor. Ahmed’s writings have been published by the Gulf News and New Arab. He is currently based in London.

You can follow Ahmed on Instagram at @ahmed_alnaouq

Hannah Ahle

Hannah Ahle is a British Palestinian based in Manchester, UK. She is a writer, illustrator, marathon runner and activist. She was a closet poet for most of her adult life until Spring 2021, when she began reciting and posting to Instagram and taking her work to live audiences a year later. 

Her work is inspired by her life experiences and observations of various aspects of the human condition. 

You can follow Hannah on Instagram at @hannahahle
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* Bristol only

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