Kaleidoscope: Sanctuary (15)

Part of the Kaleidoscope Festival: a week-long festival celebrating disability and challenging stereotypes
Last event: Monday 17 September 2018 at 6pm
  • £9.50
    Aged Under 26: £7

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  • Cinema

Director: Len Collin
Stars: Charlene Kelly, Keiran Coppinger, Stephen Marcus, Amy-Joyce Hastings, Tara Breathnach

Larry and Sophie are young and in love. They also happen to have to have intellectual disabilities, and live in Ireland – which until recently banned pre-marital relationships between people with conditions such as theirs. On a cinema trip to Dublin – aided by one of their carers Tom – they slip away to a hotel for a bit of intimacy. Though acting out of sympathy, Tom knows that he has broken the law, and he spends the rest of the film performing damage control as his charges wander off unsupervised into the city – in this unsentimental and taboo breaking comedy.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Len Collin

Please note: there will be no adverts or trailers before this screening – the film will start at 6pm




Approx 87 mins

Festival Kaleidoscope Festival

A weeklong festival celebrating neurodiversity and the talents of people living with a learning disability