Finding Faith launches on Saturday 25th November with a day of free performances and workshops that represent a range of faiths and beliefs.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is launching a pioneering programme of unique events and activities, in partnership with The British Museum, to explore the role that faith plays in the lives of many of people in Birmingham and across the UK.

Opening with an expressive Hindu dance performance from artist and choreographer Jaivant Patel, which explores his relationship with personal faith and spirituality, the day continues with a Rastafarian drumming workshop, uplifting gospel music from artists AffieJam and Jabez Walsh, spoken word poetry by Carl Sealeaf, who identifies as an Atheist, and a Bahá'í craft workshop, which aims to introduce children and families alike to the world’s youngest major religion.

The ambitious Finding Faith programme will run until March 2018 and includes performances, debates and live panel discussions.

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