For this special event we will not be running adverts + trailers.
The evening’s schedule will start from 7pm.
Film run time: 2h
Unless Home is the Mouth of a Shark is a multimedia event with talks, think pieces,
spoken word poems and music, to shine a light on the growing refugee crisis across
There are approximately 25.9 million refugees in the world at present – shockingly half of
whom are under 18. Every day over 37,000 people are forced to flee their homes as a result of conflict and persecution – this is an issue which is growing, but who is talking about it?
This evening will explore the politics behind the crisis and the experiences of those living
through it, with local volunteers from St Albans, organisations and asylum law professionals
sharing their experiences and insight into the work they do and how conversation can be
converted into meaningful action.
There’ll also be the chance to discuss ways in which you can support the cause and get
involved. Join us for an evening of music, film, story-telling and spoken word, which guarantees to be
as thought provoking as it is entertaining.
Hosting the evening will be local advocates and volunteers Anshula Bain and Louise Taylor.
Proceeds from tickets sales will be going to The Mobile Refugee Support in Northern France
who help refugees in locations that have been neglected by governments and larger
Upstairs seating £10
Downstairs seating £12