Date(s) - 01/06/2013
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Fairfield House is a sound portrait with drawings curated by Karen Wallis, depicting a place where many different groups meet. It is a day centre for Bath Ethnic Minority Senior Citizens (BEMSCA) and the Town’s Women’s Guild.
The house itself is where Haile Selassie lived during his exile from Ethiopia so it also holds great significance for both Rastafarians and Ethiopians.
The sound portrait / film follows a day at the house combined with events in the lives of the immigrant community.
This is a free event, please arrive early to secure a space.
Visit our website for more info: www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/film-and-artist-qa-fairfield-h/