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Jim Radford will perform at Benefit at Civic Suite
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04-12-2014 03:16 PM

There are still a few spaces left for tonight's fundraiser for Medical Aid for Palestinians. I hope everyone who wants to will be able to come, but there are restrictions on space, so please email or text me (details below) to check if possible. Otherwise, please try to be there by 1900.

There are a couple of last minute changes. Our very own Jim Radford (original Honor Oak Park newsletter editor) will now be singing, and although Fathieh Saudi will not now be able to appear in person due to ill-health, her poems will be read by others accompanied by South African pianist Mervyn Africa in a surprise appearance.

Hope to see you there

Michael Coulston


Lewisham Town Hall, Catford Road, SE6 4RU

Thursday 4 December, 7.30 - 9.30 pm

Cold food and refreshments available from 7.00 pm

Tickets £10
Booking Tickets

You can book online at, however there is a booking fee of £1.50. If you want to avoid the booking fee, or are unwaged and wish to book at the concessionary rate, please email or text 07753185732 to arrange payment by cheque or cash.


We welcome donations in support of this event, particularly if you are not able to come. Because MAP is a registered charity, they can reclaim tax on donations from UK taxpayers. (Tax cannot be reclaimed on ticket sales.) We have set up a JustGiving page at Please use this page to donate. JustGiving can automatically reclaim tax and will pass donations and reclaimed tax directly to MAP.

Speakers and entertainment include

Dr Ang Swee-Chai doctor at Sabra and Shatila refugee camps during the massacre, founder of Medical Aid for Palestinians

Jim Radford

Al Zaytouna UK based Palestinian dance theatre troupe

Reem Kelani Palestinian singer, will make a contribution, plus local singers and musicians

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