Oasis Cardiff co-host an exciting new project called “Cardiff Supper Club”. Every last Thursday of the month a Refugee or Asylum Seeker from our centre shares a dish from their country and teach us the traditions that shape their culture. It is usually a favourite dish or a dish that is special to them.
Each guest has the chance to learn about different cuisines and ingredients from around the world. It is also an opportunity to watch and learn how the dish is prepared before diving in and opening your taste buds to a whole new world.
Every week we enjoy a dish from a different part of the world so far we have enjoyed dishes from Djibouti, Uganda, India, Sudan and Pakistan.
Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free options are usually available or can be requested.
Tickets are £7 for each guest.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to book your place.
Our Refugee Wales Exhibition was a funded project which aims to raise awareness for Refugees and Asylum seekers. Our exhibition is a mobile and interactive exhibition suitable for all ages. We have taken our exhibition to a number of locations around Wales including The Welsh Millennium Centre, Cardiff Pride 2016 and Greenman Festival 2017 as well as having it up in our own centre during Refugee Week. The exhibition is also available for hire, please contact email@example.com if you would like more information about hiring or the exhibition in general.
Come along to the Café at Oasis Cardiff for group music, song and dance!
A chance to leave worries aside for a short while, have fun and make new friends.
Women’s Group – 11:30am – 12:30pm
Mixed Group – 1:00pm – 2:30pm
All are welcome!
The Oasis Music Project aim to have fun, get to know each other, share songs and create music al within a non judgemental atmosphere.
Throughout the project the music group have written many group songs and have built up a songbook with well over 100 songs made up of original songs composed by the group members countries as well as favourite songs in the English language (this, as well as the chatting in between the singing, has the added benefit of helping with people’s language development skills). People have found the sessions to be relaxing and fun and have helped people feel that they are a true and valuable part of the local community.