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INVITATION

Creativity and Crisis

An exhibition on the work of Pamberi Trust at the Book Cafe, Harare,
Zimbabwe

Monday 7-Thursday 10 December, 11am-5pm

Upper Waiting Area, Committee Corridor, House of Commons,
Westminster, London SW1 1AA
(enter via St Stephens Entrance)

The exhibition is open to the public at the above times.

On Wednesday 9 December at 3.30pm, Hugh Bayley MP, Chair of the
Africa All Party Parliamentary Group, will be opening the exhibition
at a special event with writer and former Pamberi trustee Brian
Chikwava.

If you would like a invitation to the opening event, please email
Barbara Murray  <bmmurray@gmail.com>

The Pamberi Trust is an umbrella body for the arts in Zimbabwe. The
exhibition highlights Pamberi´s empowerment work through the vibrant
and much-loved Harare Bookcafe (with its poetry, performance,
debates, plays, comedy, concerts, book launches, film training and
outreach projects), Mannenberg Jazz Club and African Synergy
programmes.

For more information on the Book Cafe, check out following links:

http://www.zimbabwearts.org/

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/newsnight/6935608.stm

http://youtube.com/watch?v=HeYLB0ok_e4

http://youtube.com/watch?v=oo3JUXNkftQ
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