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15 Jun 2019

Refugee Week at the BFI – The Art of Exile: A Filmmaking Masterclass with Koutaiba Al-Janabi

Film and Photography

Join us to hear career insights from this award-winning filmmaker, alongside a screening of Stories of Passers Through.

16 Jun 2019

Refugee Week 2019 Launch at the V&A

Multi-Art Form

This year's Refugee Week national launch at the V&A is a family friendly programme that spreads across the Museum.

17 - 23 Jun 2019

Refugee Week 2019

Multi-Art Form

This June will be the 21st Refugee Week, taking place across the UK. It’s one of the biggest arts festivals in the country, a nationwide programme of arts, cultural […]

17 Jun 2019

Refugee Week at the BFI – Seniors’ Free Archive Matinee: Letter from an Unknown Woman

Film and Photography

A romantic drama of obsession and betrayal, set in 1900s Vienna.

20 Jun 2019

Refugee Week at the BFI – Styx

Film and Photography

A lone yachtswoman encounters a marooned vessel, not realising she’s about to get into deep water…

20 - 27 Jun 2019

Rubble Theatre

Multi-Art Form

German-Syrian artist Manaf Halbouni’s sculpture Rubble Theatre is a highlight of this year’s Refugee Festival Scotland. It recreates a scene of destruction in Syria, featuring the rubble of a […]

21 Jun 2019

Special Late Opening at the V&A Museum

Multi-Art Form

Special Friday late opening at the Museum featuring Dance for Refuge, Don Letts DJ set and much more!

23 Jun 2019

Refugee Week at Southbank Centre

Comedy, Community & Participation, Music, Performance & Dance

Our 2019 collaboration with the Southbank Centre, with a programme of theatre, comedy, choir performances, a live art performance, Balkan music and more.

23 Jun 2019

No Direction Home: Workshop at the V&A Museum

Comedy

No Direction Home workshop in this new V&A gallery display.

23 Jun 2019

No Direction Home with Romesh Ranganathan

Comedy

Laughter unites us: an evening of stand-up by comics from refugee and migrant backgrounds, with guest headliners Suzi Ruffell and Romesh Ranganathan.

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