This upcoming July and August, Shelter, a charity that strives to end homelessness, is celebrating its fifty year anniversary in the form of four uniquely curated, cultural events centering around literature, art, music and film. The musical line up includes popular artists Shura and Speech Debelle. In addition, artist PJ Harvey will be kicking off the literary event with a live poetry reading and Richie Culver will be revealing his art exhibition entitled, Things That Never Really Worked Out – Most Things. Lastly, there will be a live screening of Ben Wheatley’s newest film, which is an adaption of High Rise — a book by written by JG Ballard’s in 1975.
Tickets for each exclusive event will be allocated via a ballot. However, if you do not make the ballot, tickets are only ten pounds. All proceeds will be going to Shelter, and will be contributing to helping place people into homes. Basic safety and shelter is one of our most inherent rights as human beings. Even if you don’t have the means to make a donation, please come celebrate the foundation of Shelter in raising awareness for this essential cause!
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