We cordially invite you to a captivating and soul-stirring event, 'An Evening of Qawali,' dedicated to supporting the Malawi Project's noble cause. Join us for a mesmerising evening filled with soulful melodies, passionate vocals, and the rhythmic clapping of hands, as the talented Qawals captivate you with their heartfelt performances. The event promises an unforgettable night of traditional Qawali music, dedicated to helping the most vulnerable Muslim communities in Malawi. Come, embrace the timeless tradition of Qawwali, and experience a night of inner serenity and blissful elevation.
Book early to avoid disappointment! Tickets just £5 . Starts at 7pm (Doors Open 6pm)
Let's Unite for a Worthy Cause
Together, let's make a difference and create a lasting impact on the lives of the most vulnerable Muslim communities in Malawi. Join us for 'An Evening of Qawali' and witness the power of Qawali and compassion in transforming lives. Mark your calendars, invite your loved ones, and let us come together to make this event a resounding success.
Will food and drink be provided during the event? Can you bring your own food and drinks?
There will be refreshments available to buy at each show. Venues will not allow people to bring in their own food.
When do doors open and what time is last entry?
Doors open at 6pm, last entry is 7pm
How will the ticket(s) be sent? What do you need to bring on the day?
Tickets will be sent out via email from Eventbrite. Please bring your ticket email with you to show at the door.
How long will the event last?
The event will start at 7pm and finish at 9:45pm
Do children under 2 years need to have a ticket? Do you offer a children’s ticket?
We don't offer a childrens ticket, anyone who is going to occupy a seat will need a ticket. Any children who don't need a seat won't need a ticket.
Are the seats pre-allocated?
The seats are first come/first serve
Are the venues accessible? Do you need to know beforehand if attending?
The venues have accessible entrances and seating. Should you require such assistance, please let us know via email - [email protected]
Are the venues pushchair friendly? Will there be somewhere safe to keep them during the show?
Each venue has a cloak room/storage space for pushchairs
Will there be photography and filming taken during the event?
Both events will have photography, if you would prefer not to be filmed, please make a memeber of staff aware on the day.
Is there parking available at the venues?
Both venues have paid parking close by and further information is available on the venue websites.
Is my payment secure?
We only use secure systems with banking standard safety features to make sure that your payment and financial data cannot be compromised. All online payments are securely processed via KeyIVR Ltd, WorldPay, PayPal and/or SmartDebit and no financial data is retained on our servers.
What happens if the event is cancelled?
In the unlikely event that we have to cancel the event we will do our best to rearrange. However, if this is not possible we will offer a refund.
Your Support Matters
By attending 'An Evening of Qawali,' you will be contributing directly to the betterment of the most vulnerable communities in Malawi. Your generous donations will go towards providing clean water sources, building schools and healthcare facilities, and offering essential supplies to those in need. Find out more
How You Can Help:
Attend the Event: Purchase your tickets now and be a part of this meaningful evening. Your presence will help create a collective impact on the lives of those less fortunate.
Spread the Word: Share this event with friends, family, and colleagues. Help us raise awareness about the Malawi Project and its vital mission.
Donate: If you are unable to attend, consider making a donation to the cause. Every contribution, no matter how big or small, will make a significant difference in the lives of the beneficiaries.