The FINAL Breakup Cafe is Coming to Bradford – Sunday, 13th January 2019
13th December 2018
Be a part of our short community documentary: EU Bah Gum! Yorkshire Voices on Brexit.
Artworks has been speaking with people from across the region and are inviting you to join us for our final conversation and debate over lunch…
Will we be any nearer to knowing what is going on with Brexit by the postponed date of the ‘third week of January’?
Parliament seems to be completely bogged down with Brexit, yet life has continued for us. The Referendum happened in 2016 and two years later it doesn’t feel any closer to resolution. Despite little to no progress in parliament what changes have you seen and experienced in your communities?
We want to know:
– What does being an EU citizen mean to you?
– How do you feel about no longer being an EU citizen after March 2019?
– How do you think the rest of the world views the UK at the moment?
– Opinions have tended to polarise, and division has been fuelled by the press. What’s been your experience of this and how can debate help?
– How can we, as a community, come together after this?
The peoples’ take on Brexit is more in tune than the empty noises from parliament, we’re looking for a wide range of people with differing views and experiences to talk it out in a welcoming space.
Arrive from 1/1.15pm for food and forms, group discussion will begin at 1.20pm, with a break half way and will finish at 3.30pm.
Venue: Delius Arts & Cultural Centre, 29 Great Horton Road, Bradford BD7 1AA
Food and refreshments will be provided.
*Please be aware that this session will be filmed and footage would be included in a short documentary style film titled: EU Bah Gum! Yorkshire Voices on Brexit that will be screened at the Delius Arts & Community Centre in Bradford, the week before the official Brexit date, on Thursday 21st March 2019.
To give us an idea on numbers attending please either confirm your attendance on the Facebook event page, email Estelle at email@example.com or call 01274 256924
For further information about the project please visit: www.eubahgum.uk