WHat's On
Here you can see what is on at Bootstrap Charity, from events led by our tenants in our spaces, community events at the rooftop on Wednesday evenings, workshops we offer, business and training opportunities, exhibition openings and more!

Follow this link to see all events and parties happening at Dalston Roof Park.
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Cine Brazil "Enough with Catcalling" Documentary Screening

Are cities made for women?

This compelling documentary originated from a crowdfunding campaign that encouraged Brazilian women to share their experiences of harassment in public spaces and how this affects their sense of safety and autonomy when experiencing life in their cities. This will be the first screening from Cine Brazil, a project that aims to bring the diversity and creativity of Brazilian independent cinema to London.

⚡️ 70% of the money raised will go to LAWA (Latin American Women's Aid), an organisation that runs the only two refuges in Europe by and for Latin American women and children fleeing gender based violence.  

💰 Entrance is £3 for concessions, £5 for standard and £7 if you feel like contributing more to the cause! Find out more.

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WATER, WEATHER, WONDER by Dorit Braun - Private View Copy


‘Water, Weather, Wonder’ is an exhibition by Dorit Braun, inspired by visits to the English coast, and her love for the sea. The paintings explore the way the weather affects colour, form and movement. You can read more about Dorit and her work here. Join us for the private view on Thursday 5th September from 6pm to 9pm at the Print House Gallery to celebrate the end of the exhibition. Hope to see you there!

What's on at the Print House Gallery:
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Water, Weather, Wonder - An Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Dorit Braun
"The paintings in this exhibition are inspired by visits to the English coast, and my love of the sea. They explore the way weather affects colour, form and movement. I currently work part-time at Family Rights Group (FRG) here in the Print House. I’ve spent most of my adult life as an artist disguised as a senior manager in the charity sector, as well as a mother to three sons. I left full time employment ten years ago to make more time to paint. I paint because I need to. That need comes from a love of the creative process and the insights and gifts that the process of creating can bring. My inspiration comes from life events, feelings and emotions, ideas, and sometimes people and places and objects. My work tries to evoke the essence of the subjects – emotions, energy and feelings rather than a straight reproduction." For more paintings see doritbraun.com