York Refugee Week ready to rock’n’roll

The three artists on the bill, L-R: Soma Crew, Boss Caine and Atomic Raygun (Photograph: Chris Mackins)
15 Jun 2016 @ 2.43 pm
| Charity

Three great bands will kick off York Refugee Week on Friday (June 17)

The Winning Post, Bishopthorpe Road, York

Fri Jun 17 @ 8pm

£4 (donated to Refugee Action York)

More details

Soma Crew, Atomic Raygun and Boss Caine are ready to get the week started in style.

Jane Lund, one of the co-ordinators of York Refugee Week, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that these talented people have all given up their time to support this great cause.  

“The wonderful singer-songwriter Daniel Lucas will take to the stage in the form of Boss Caine, followed by York’s premier trash rock’n’roll band Atomic Raygun, and to top the night off, we have the hypnotic trance of Soma Crew.

“It’s a going to be a brilliant evening!”

“I’m chuffed to be part of this,” says Daniel Lucas “It will be a sweet night of top tunage with good people for a good cause.”

Atomic Raygun’s Tim Williams agrees “The band is really looking forward to this one. We’re gonna have ball!”

More York Refugee Week events

Photograph: Refugee Action York on Facebook
Photograph: Refugee Action York on Facebook

Here are some of the other events taking place during the week. More details on the news page of the Refugee Action Week website.

Saturday 18th June, York Festival of Ideas, University of York.
Four talks on refugees: Refugees and Migrants: An Escalating Crisis, Migration, Migrants and the Media, Creating a Tolerant Society and Building a Secure World for the Future. Admission: Free (booking required).

Monday 20th June. 6.15pm, City Screen cinema.
Three films: Precarious Trajectories: Voices From The Mediterranean Migration Crisis, Seeking Asylum, Blue Moment followed by Q&A with the directors. Admission: £7

Tuesday 21st June, 8pm, The Winning Post, Bishopthorpe Road, York.
Pub quiz in aid of Refugee Action York. Just turn up on the night. Admission: Donations.

Saturday 25th June, 11am – 2pm, stall in Exhibition Square.
Volunteers from Amnesty International, the British Red Cross and Refugee Action York will be sharing information.

Sunday 26th June, 11am – 12 noon, Unitarian Church, St Saviourgate, York.
An interfaith service, all most welcome. Refreshments afterwards.