July 2022 Highlights Posted on 29 Jun 2022

July 2022 Highlights

ART 

Joy Labinjo: Ode to Olaudah Equiano | Closes 3 July

It's your last chance to catch Joy Labinjo's solo exhibition in our gallery. We’re open Tuesday – Sunday, 11am-5pm, there’s no need to book and admission is always free!

ART ONLINE 

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Joy Labinjo: Ode to Olaudah Equiano Virtual Exhibition 

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Owain Train McGilvary

undefinedLezDiff | 9 & 10 July

Cardiff International Lesbian Film and Arts Festival is taking over our cinema and theatre for the day! With a line up of Young, Queer and Very Much Here, Women in Tents: The Perfect Pitch and much more!

FILM 

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SAFAR Film Festival | 1-17 July

The SAFAR Film Festival is the only festival in the UK dedicated to cinema from the Arab world. Founded in 2012, SAFAR offers a unique space for audiences to explore and celebrate Arab cinema past, present, and future.

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Elvis | 1-7 July

Glittering biopic exploring the life and music of the King.

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The Camera is Ours | 5-7July

A programme of films by innovative women documentary filmmakers.

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Nitram | 1-7 July

A disquieting exploration of Australia’s worst mass shooting.  

PERFORMANCE

undefinedFat Blokes | 2 & 3 July

“A staggeringly clever blend of body politics, sexy dance moves and illuminating autobiography… Let the revolution begin!” ★★★★★ Attitude

Scottee and Friends present… Fat Blokes, the cult, award winning, sell out show about trying to fit into a world that says you’re too fat.

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CHOO CHOO! (Or… Have You Ever Thought About Pushing Someone Off Of a Train Platform? (‘Cos I Have.)) | 20-23 July 

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Thomas Page Dances: A Moment | 15 & 16 July 

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A Pretty Sh*tty Love | 27-29 July 

NEWS

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Curator Job Oppurtunity | Deadline 14 July

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Belief System | We need your help! 

 

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