May – July 2022

Thanks to some fantastic support from Arts Council England, we are taking The Deathless Woman on a UK tour. Each event starts with a Romani Language Workshop led by Roma linguist Juice Vamosi, followed by a screening of The Deathless Woman introduced by local Roma leaders and with a Q&A with director Roz Mortimer.

3rd July • Leeds. 4pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening followed by Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. Hyde Park Picturehouse.

2nd July • Sheffield. 2pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 4pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Rosa Cisneros with Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. Firvale Community Hub, 127 Page Hall Road, Sheffield. All free events, but please book.

25th June • Chester. 1pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 3pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Imogen Bright Moon, with post-screening Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. Storyhouse Cinema, Hunter St, Chester.

18th June • Manchester. 1.30pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 3.30pm The Deathless Woman film screening introduced by Juice Vamosi, with Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Pl. Manchester.

11th June • Erith as part of Crossing Boundaries. 3pm free Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 5pm The Deathless Woman film screening with post-film discussion with Eva Lis, Daniel Turner and Roz Mortimer. The Exchange, The Old Library, Walnut Tree Road, Erith. All free events, but please book.

28th May • Bolton. 4pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening with introduction by Maria Palmai of Kaskosan & followed by a Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. Victoria Hall & The Light Cinema, Bolton.

21st May • Glasgow, As the opening event of our UK community tour, The Deathless Woman comes to Glasgow to mark Romani Resistance Day. 2pm Romani Language Workshop with Juice Vamosi / 6pm The Deathless Woman film screening with introduction by Rahela Cirpici of Romano Lav & followed by a Q&A with director Roz Mortimer. The Point, Community Hub, 180 Queens Drive, G42 8QD. All free events, but please book.