Sleeping Rough, a story of homelessness, is getting its first public screening at Bristol’s Watershed cinema as part of Homeless Awareness Week, alongside a performance from Cardboard Citizens, followed by a Q&A featuring director Owain Astles, as well as other experts on homelessness.
If that isn’t exciting enough, the tickets are free -check out the Eventbrite link to see if you can bag any!
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If you can’t get to the Bristol screening there are a number of screenings planned for all around the UK, keep up with future events on the website.
“Sleeping Rough is powerful, moving and truthful, and promises to make an impact in Bristol and beyond,” says Gabi Spiro about the film on epigram.
Sleeping Rough will be screening at Bristol’s Watershed cinema on the 26th February.