01 Mar 22
Help Refuge raise vital funds for survivors of domestic abuse this International Women's Day by attending Refuge Fest, a virtual weekend of inspirational talks and sessions.
Star names join industry leaders and passionate supporters, all of whom are sharing their skills, time, wisdom and insight about women and for women.
From inspiring women-in-business panels to yoga classes, from a session on the Online Safety Bill to a live skincare tutorial, Refuge Fest is celebrating women's achievements, power and potential.
The cost of your ticket could ensure an easier and more comfortable transition into a Refuge for a woman and her children. Purchase your ticket today and transform the story of a woman's life.
Get your tickets today and take a look at the full festival line-up here.
With Picturehouse and your support, we have made a huge difference, which is the equivalent of 2,342 nights in a refuge for someone.
For more information on Refuge or to access their services visit refuge.org.uk.
Could this be Ken Loach's swansong? Our most grounded storyteller, voice of reason and all-round man of the people claims his ageing faculties prevent him from making any more films. Judging by this timely and moving story, we beg to differ. There’s plenty, it seems, left in the tank.
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