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In this an evening of enchanting Iranian music and folklore, journey through the heart of Iranian cultural heritage, exploring the connection between traditional practices and environmental sustainability.

The music, performed by skilled musicians, will feature traditional instruments like the Setar, Santur, and Daf, offering an authentic and immersive experience.

Interwoven with the music are powerful storytelling segments, bringing to life tales of resilience, adaptation and hope in the face of climate disaster.  As part of this transformative evening, you will also have the opportunity to explore a photography exhibition that complements the music and stories, offering a window into Iran’s diverse natural beauty and underscoring the urgent need for environmental conservation.

Dates: Thursday 14 March, 2024
Venue: Firth Hall
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: Full £16, Concessions, Access tickets & TUoS Staff £13, Students and Under 30s £7.50
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