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Woven Threads and Torn Fabric: the story of Yosef and Zuleikha

Rabia's Garden

Sunday, 26 April 2015 from 16:00 to 19:00 (BST)

Woven Threads and Torn Fabric: the story of Yosef and...

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Rabia's Garden and Listen to the World present:

Woven Threads and Torn Fabrics: the story of Yosef and Zuleikha.

Yosef had dreams in Canaan. Zuleikha had visions in Barbary. Yosef left his father with a bloody coat and Zuleikha with a torn robe.

In this Jewish-Muslim telling of the Joseph story, Adele Moss and Jumana Moon  search between the warp and weft for tales of love, loss and longing.  The story is drawn from Biblical and Quranic accounts, traditional commentary and the 15th century poem by mystic and scholar Jami.  

We are delighted that this performance will be bejewelled with music from  Fahad Khalid, Tello Morgado and Mehmet.

Suitable for Adults and Children aged 11 plus. 

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St Ethelburga's Centre
78 Bishopsgate
EC2N 4AG London
United Kingdom

Sunday, 26 April 2015 from 16:00 to 19:00 (BST)


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Rabia's Garden

Rabia's Garden

Rabia's Garden is a sanctuary for all creative, spiritual and curious souls. Our aim is to establish nurturing spaces where we can re-connect. We believe that in strengthening bonds between women, our communities prosper. All events are women led.


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