UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, invites you to: ‘A Journey Through St Paul’s: A Refugee Week Celebration’.
To mark Refugee Week, St Paul’s Cathedral is hosting the installation ‘Am I My Brother’s Keeper?’, a UNHCR tent interpreted by acclaimed artist Kate Daudy.
Guests will enter the Cathedral through the main North West doors, passing through the nave, under Sir Christopher Wren's world-famous dome, before viewing the installation in the North Transcept.
Guests will then move downstairs to the OBE Chapel for a programme of music, poetry and theatre by:
- Cellist Steven Isserlis CBE
- The Citizens of the World Choir
- Emily Watson
- Adjoa Andoh
- And 'Moving Stories' performances by Rufus Hound and actors from The National Theatre, directed by Emma Manton
The evening will close with a drinks reception in the Cathedral's crypts, closing at 20.00.
Doors open from 18.00. Please note that no access will be granted after 19.00.
Tickets are free, however registration is essential. To reserve a ticket Click Here.
Please let us know of any disability access requirements.
|Time||6:00 pm - 8:00 pm|
|Venue||St Paul’s Cathedral|
St. Paul's Churchyard
UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency
|Category||Arts and Culture, Multi Art-form, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts|
|Price||Free, but registration essential|