SECOND WORLD WAR: FOOD & COMMUNITY

27 November 2019, 5.30pm - 6.30pm

New Art Exchange

During the Second World War at least 20 million people died of starvation and malnutrition, more than military deaths. However, food is a powerful and timeless tool to bring people together. Artist Jagdish Patel leads a tour of When the Snow Melts, exploring issues around war and food supply.

The tour is followed by a meal at nearby Salaam Shalom Kitchen, who have harnessed the power of food in Hyson Green to bring Muslims, Jews and others together.

FREE
£5 suggested donation for
meal (to be paid at the Saalam
Shalom kitchen)

All are welcome

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