Benefit for Refugees

The benefit will be a collaboration between the Cinema Museum, the South London Jazz orchestra and a troupe of young actors from the Young Vic. The evening will hosted by comedian Sion James.


Music and dancing will be accompanied by a bar and a raffle and the Cinema Museum itself is a weird and completely wonderful venue.

Plus a performance of Human Me recently staged at Young Vic.(20 minutes).

HumanMe is a young people’s devised piece exploring the new and different relationships forged between strangers as a result of the refugee crisis. Many of the stories featured were influenced from participant’s and contributors own experiences of living and working in Calais.

All proceeds will be going to Doctors of the World to support refugees across Europe.

Tickets £10.00

Silver tickets available for £50:00 - Silver ticket holders will receive a medal and a personal greeting from Sion James!

To book a place at the benefit click here.


May 27, 2016 at 8pm - 10:30pm


The Cinema Museum
2 Dugard Way
London SE11 4TH
United Kingdom
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Lynda Haddock ·

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