DORDI DORDI DIKKA KIE (Oh dear look at this)

202413jun(jun 13)10:00am29(jun 29)4:00pmDORDI DORDI DIKKA KIE (Oh dear look at this)An exhibition exploring the perception of the Gypsy, Roma Traveller community, its representation and the impact of media narratives

Event Details

Marking Gypsy, Roma Traveller History Month in June, Kelly Horsley and filmmaker Sam Walton are collaborating to explore the perception of this community, its representation and the impact of media narratives in an new exhibition and film Dordi dordi dikka kie (Oh dear look at this).

The exhibition is free to visit and open to visitors Tuesday 10am – 12.30pm; Thursday 10am – 4pm; Friday 10am – 4pm; Saturday 10am – 4pm. No booking necessary.

To celebrate the exhibition we will be hosting a special Romani Day event on 12 – 4 pm Saturday 15th June at The Folk. This will include creative activities, music, food and the launch of the film Dordi dordi dikka kie (Oh dear look at this). A full programme will follow but please save the date and BOOK YOUR FREE SPACE HERE.

Voices Gloucester is committed to ensuring that the projects and events that we organise and support, contribute to the environmental wellbeing of Gloucester. Where possible please use public transport to attend this event.

By train: Gloucester train station is approximately a 15 minute walk. The Station is part of several major lines including Cardiff Central, Birmingham New Street and London Paddington. Regular services run to and from Gloucester throughout the day. For more information please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.

By bus: the “St Nicholas Church” bus stop is 2 minutes walk from the venue and serviced by buses 11, 353, 676 and 781. For more information visit www.stagecoachbus.com. Opposite the train station is the bus station which connects main bus routes from Cheltenham and around Gloucestershire.

By bike: parking is available at the venue.

By car: Westgate Street car park is a 3 minute walk from the venue. Note that it is pay and display.

Accessibility: this exhibition is on the ground floor so fully accessible, and there is a platform lift into the café area. Note that access to the first and second floors is via staircase only.

Location

The Folk, Bishop Hooper’s House

99-101 Westgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL1 2PG

Time

13 (Thursday) 10:00am - 29 (Saturday) 4:00pm

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