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Way Art West has for 15 years produced tours, programmed concert halls and festivals. The result is a deep understanding of audiences, music and diversity. We have worked with some of the leading arts organisations in the field. These include Warwick Arts Centre, Bristol Music Trust, WOMAD Festival, London Jazz Fextival, Punch Records and KAYD

BK raises the roof in front of 600 fans

A no holds barred look at the most successful ever tour of Somali music in the UK. Donald Trump was right when he said that

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SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES

In February Sandwell Arts Cafe will host an exhibition by local photographer Sid Turner, based on his travels along the lesser known and forgotten paths

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Way Art West continues programming arts activities  at Arts Cafe in West Bromwich on behalf of Sandwell Council. A new season of events just being

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Somali Stars On tour UK November 2015

featuring Maxamed BK, Sahra Ilays and Da’ud Ali Masahaf UK Debut tour 1 November London Logan Theatre, 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL www.kayd.org 15 November

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Photo shoot for Homage tour

Keep up to date with Somali music on Facebook, with our Somali Music UK page. With news and and reviews on the current scene plus links

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Maxamed BK and Sahra Ilays tour the UK for the first time in November 2015 visiting 5 cities 1st November London Logan Hall 15th November

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Giant Dance Meets Window Dressing

Sandwell Arts Festival 2015 will be held from 13 until 22nd August 2015. This year there are two incredible weekends of fun, activity and participation.

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Copyright Anthony MacFarlane

The next exhibition that Way Art West is producing for Sandwell Arts Cafe is called SOULHEAVEN: truly yours. It is a photographic exhibition that examines

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Local Somalis protest at Somali Cultural event

There have been some challenging times for Somali music over recent year’s. The war has left its mark on all aspects of life across the

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