- Date: Wednesday 11th October 2023
- Arrival Time: 7:30pm for an 8:00pm Start.
- Venue: Pictureville cinema screen at the National Media Museum, BD1 1NQ
Important information: The event is for anyone over the age of 18, and the bar will be open throughout serving drinks and light refreshments.
This will be a celebration of an important milestone in our charity's history. We started 30 years ago in a small garage on October 11th, 1993. Since then, our amazing team of volunteers have gone on to provide emergency accommodation to homeless young people well over 20,000 times.
Providing them with food, water, shelter, comfort, and most importantly safety! We will be reflecting on our history, showcasing past films we have made that demonstrate how the charity has evolved over the years, as well as premiering new films we have been working on with an extraordinarily talented filmmaker. Kimia Modaressi Chahardehi of Young In Covid fame.
She has worked tirelessly to capture Bradford Nightstop as it is today. Featuring powerful testimonies from volunteers and homeless young people who have used Bradford Nightstop.
After the films have concluded, people who participated in the films will be taking questions from the audience.
There are three parking spaces for blue badge holders at the front of the museum. These have a maximum stay time of 4 hours. We only have two access seats at the venue available, so please inform us if we require special provisions to be put in place.
There is also space for car and coach drop-off directly outside the museum entrance.