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Friday 7 September 2018 until Tuesday 20 November 2018

Spotlight on Asylum Festival and Exhibition

Karamel, Chocolate Factory 2, Coburg Road, N22 6UJ  


10am – 7pm Monday – Saturday. (12pm – 7pm on Sundays)

Bidding for artworks can be made throughout the festival via:

PramDepot presents Spotlight on Asylum, a two-month exhibition of events, which will be running at Karamel from 7th September until 20th November 2018.

Bringing together artists, poets, comedians, campaigners and politicians, the festival will use the arts as a way of engaging audiences and shining a light on the experiences of the women that PramDepot supports.

All the money raised through Spotlight on Asylum, will go to the yearly running costs of PramDepot : An arts led recycling project that provides high quality baby clothes and equipment to mothers with no recourse to public funds or living in chaotic circumstances. For more information about our work you can visit the website or Facebook page PramDepot



The exhibition, which will be on display between the 7th September and 20th November 2018 at Karamel London N22 will include two installations by Karen Whiteread along with “Asylum Angels”, a collaborative installation, made up of the work of over 120 local and well-known artists. The artwork, by artists including Anthony Gormley, Allison Wilding, Tracey Emin, Mark Wallinger and Rachel Whiteread which can be bid on throughout the festival via

Festival programme below (click on event links for details on individual events and to buy tickets) :

15 September 6.30pm at Karamel London N22 —— Women Detained: A Decade of Degradation(performance, film and panel discussion)
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21st Sept 7pm at Karamel London N22 —— Stand up for Asylum (stand-up comedy event)
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13th October 6.30pm at Karamel London N22 —— Woven Gold choir (concert and buffet)
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19th – 20th October 7pm both days at Karamel London N22 —— Asylum in Focus (film festival)
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26th October 7pm at Karamel London N22 —— Asylum InQuizition (informative quiz night)
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27th October 7pm at Karamel London N22 —— Hope in a Hostile Environment: A night of Spoken Word
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