Time: (Doors 5:30pm)
Komedia Bath
22-23 Westgate Street Bath, BA1 1EP
Price:Free - ticketed

Behind the beautiful Georgian facade of Bath and the stunning surrounds of Bath and North East Somerset, homelessness – or the threat of it – is a problem facing a growing number of people.

There are over 4,000 on social housing waiting lists in the region and house prices are 14 times average earnings.

The issues go far deeper than the number of street homeless. There are countless individuals sofa-surfing, families housed in B&Bs and others in unsuitable temporary accommodation.

But, there is help available. This film, commissioned by St John’s and created by Meaningful Films, shows the realities of homelessness and the incredible work that is being done by local organisations to help. We witness first-hand the difference that support staff and volunteers make to those struggling to keep a roof over their head.

Meet the filmmakers and the organisations involved at the pre-screening networking event and get involved in the Q&A afterwards.

Doors open 5:30pm. Pre-screening networking. Film starts at 6:30pm. Followed by Q&A at 7pm.

14+ (Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult)

Unreserved rowed seating – please contact us if you have specific access requirements. The AUDITORIUM is fully accessible. Tickets for the Auditorium are only available via St. John’s and collaborating charities. For Wheelchair and Carer tickets please get in contact with Komedia.

Balcony tickets are unreserved – arrive early to get the best seats.

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