Posted: 15 November 2023

We demand an immediate ceasefire

Enough is enough. 

Stop the genocide. 

We demand an immediate ceasefire.

We want to find ways to support global majority artists who have been directly or indirectly affected by the destruction taking place, to have space and support, to be able to voice what they are feeling without censorship or fear, to find solace in the company of others, and kindness in a community that understands. 

Grief Workshops with Deepa Patel

6th & 13th December | 6pm (1.5 hour sessions) | Online

As part of our response, we are offering online grief workshops led by Tamasha’s Chair, Deepa Patel. Deepa is an experienced practitioner who has worked on the ground in refugee camps in Africa and the Middle East and is now an advisor to the Loss Foundation, a bereavement support service. 

The workshops will provide a space to grieve, to help you connect with others who have experienced something similar, and to assist you in getting information and help. If you could like to attend one of these sessions please contact  

Quiet/Reflection Space

6th & 20th December | 11am-5pm | 26 Crowndale Road (London)

We’re opening up the rehearsal space at 26 Crowndale Road as a quiet / reflection space. This will be a time and place where people can reflect in whatever way suits them – and to also have a bit of solace. To find out more, please contact

Resources for Artists

We’ll continue to gather different support that organistions are providing for artists around the Palestine genocide. If you have any you’d like to share or to add to this list, please email

Amaliah’s Resource & Advocacy Guide 

Healing Justice LDN: Restorative Yoga and Weekly Breath Circles

London Palestine Film Festival 

Freedom Theatre – Cultural Resistance