Join us to celebrate Refugee Week 2018 in Tooting!
It’s the 20th annual Refugee Week, and in TTT’s 10th anniversary year we’re proud to be showing Even When I Fall’ in partnership with CARAS and St. Mary Magdalene Church, Wandsworth Common.
When: Sunday 17th June. Doors open 7:00 for tea and a samosa and the film starts at 7:30
Where: St Mary Magdalene Church, in the Main Hall. 202 Trinity Road SW17 7HP – near Wandsworth Common
Free showing: we’ll ask for voluntary donations to cover costs
Queries: please contact us by email
‘Even When I Fall’ is an intimate, beautiful film that harnesses the visual power of circus to give a unique perspective into the complex world of human trafficking.
‘Even When I Fall’ traces the journey of Sheetal and Saraswoti, two girls from Nepal. 
They met as teenagers in a Kathmandu refuge, survivors of child trafficking to corrupt Indian circuses and brought back to a country they could barely remember.
Inadvertently these girls were left with a secret weapon by their captors – their breath-taking skills as circus artists. 
With 11 other young trafficking survivors, the girls form Circus Kathmandu – Nepal’s first and only circus.
The group continues to take circus skills and trafficking awareness workshops all over Nepal.