The Salaam Cafe

THE SALAAM CAFE is a bi monthly intimate acoustic night called the ‘Salam Cafe’. Salam means peace in Arabic and was the inspiration behind creating the ‘pop up’ acoustic night which provides platforms for artist of inspiring, spiritual and creative expression whether that be through poetry, art, music , dance or in some circumstances a life experience or journey. The idea is to use the ‘salam café’ to ‘occupy’ different places in London with Peace ,Love, Tea and a much needed wave of Spirituality. A key feature of the cafe is that we work with different organisation and groups to host the cafes, this enables us to host the event and cover expenses at a minimal cost to the attendees. We have worked with and hosted cafes at SOAS university, Rumi’s cave, the now closed synergy centre and our next cafe is to be at the Yogananda centre in south London.

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THE SALAAM CAFE: RUMI SPECIAL

An inspirational Evening of music, poetry, art and film inspired by the great Mevlani Rumi

Traditional Turkish Music
Rumi Inspired Poetry
Turkish Ney with Sufi Dhikr
Storytellingand

A Special Talk on The Spiritual Wisdom of The Whirling Dervishes ( Haji Mehmet Akiyeldz)
Series of Short Films inspired by Mevlani Rumi.

Turkish Tea and Refreshments will be provided

Saturday 16th June 2012
Rumi’s Cave
26 Wilsden Lane
Kilburn
NW6 7ST
6:30pm-10:00pm

Tickets: £10 in advance and £12 at the door

PLEASE BOOK IN ADVANCE, SPACES ARE LIMITED.
EMAIL: therabbaniproject@hotmail.co.uk
www.therabbaniproject.co.uk
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A fundraiser for The Rabbani Project

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The Rabbani Project, in association with SOAS Spiritual Dialogue Society presents
The Salaam Café

A fundraising evening of Music, Poetry and Peaceful Vibrations
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Performances by

Antarma (Acoustic Roots Hip Hop from the heart)

Quest-Rah (Hip-Hop/Rap/Spoken Word, born out of struggle, celebration and life-lessons)

Pearls of Islam (Acoustic nasheeds, rap and spoken word, expressing their love for the Divine)

Hajji Mehmet (A Neyzen and poet, versed in Sama)

and more

Saturday 12th November 2011
6:30 – 9:30 pm
Advance Tickets £10

Rumi’s Cave
6 Willesden lane, London NW6 7ST
(Nearest stations: Brondesbury, Brondesbury Park, Kilburn and Kilburn High Road. Buses: 98)

Tickets include food and drink
and are available from

therabbaniproject@hotmail.co.uk

SPACES ARE LIMITED
PLEASE BOOK EARLY
TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

All proceeds will be donated to
The Rabbani Project & ULFA Aid

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