Latest News News Kindness to Strangers الإحسان إلى الغرباء ضاعت، وجدت ثم رويت: حكايات صوتية جديدة لنورثمبرلاند الإحسان إلى الغرباء شاهد هذا الفيديو القصير حيث يروي لنا خليل كيف حدثت هذه القصة November Club · Kindness to Strangers Arabic قصة "الإحسان إلى الغرباء" قصة أصلية كتبتها فيونا أليس وترجمها فراس اللوزي ورواها خليل عبد الرحمن الألحان الكردية الفلكلورية من توزيع وعزف خليل عبد الرحمن العزف على الطبول لورانس نيل Lost, Found and Told is a selection of seven stories written by Fiona Ellis, set in the border county Northumberland. Kindness to Strangers is one of the story's featured and thanks to funding from Great Northumberland November Club have been able to translate Kindness to Strangers into Arabic. The story is inspired by traditional fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but it is set in Amble in Northumberland, known as the friendliest Port. When newcomer Jameela finds herself washed up on the shores of Northumberland far away from her home, will she find safety after her long journey? Kindness to Strangers features Khalil Abdalrhman who we originally met during the research and development phase of our fairytales project in Summer 2019. Khalil plays the tanbur (saz) which features in the audio tales and he joined the touring company in 2019 when we played at a community centre in Blyth and a Village Hall in Tarset. Lost, Found and Told was originally conceived as a live performance, Covid-19 restrictions has transformed it into an audio production. To hear more about Khalil's story read here. Kindness to strangers is an original story by Fiona Ellis, translated by Firas Allouzi and read by Khalil Abdulrahman. Traditional Kurdish melodies arranged and played by Khalil Abdulrahman. Drums played by Lawrence Neale. Director: Cinzia HardySound Designer: Matthew TuckeyGraphics: Hannah Fox Our Funders Lost Found and Told: New Audio Tales for Northumberland is supported by Arts Council England, Northumberland County Council, Great Northumberland 2020, Discover our Land, Blyth Town Council, The Joicey Trust, The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust and PRS Foundation's The Open Fund for Organisations.