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Slapstick 2014: BBC Radio 3 Landmark Discussion Chaplin Special
Please note: this event took place in Jan 2014
Writer and broadcaster Matthew Sweet hosts a discussion with Slapstick guests (including Lucy Porter) about Charlie Chaplin's classic City Lights and a century of The Little Tramp. This event will be broadcast as a Landmark Discussion on BBC Radio 3 and available as a download afterwards. Presented in association with Watershed.
This FREE event must be booked in advance. You can book tickets online or by calling Box Office on 0117 927 5100. Please note you must collect your tickets at least 20mins before the event starts or they will be released.
Image courtesy of Roy Export Company Establishment.
Please note: this is a old season with no further events to see
Bristol's celebrated silent and visual comedy festival returns for a tenth anniversary with the most ambitious and exciting programme to date. Slapstick brings hilarity back to Bristol with an incredible line up of events with live music at Watershed and other venues including Arnolfini, Colston Hall and Bristol Old Vic.
Past screenings and events that were part of this season
|Lost Clowns - Raymond Griffith||Fri 24 Jan 16:00|
|100 Years of the Tramp||Fri 24 Jan 17:40|
|Chaplin and the Great War||Sat 25 Jan 10:00|
|Timeless Chaplin - Talk & Screening for Children||Sat 25 Jan 13:00|
|BBC Radio 3 Landmark Discussion Chaplin Special||Sat 25 Jan 13:00|
|Lost Clowns - Max Davidson's Best Comedy Shorts||Sun 26 Jan 10:00|
|Tim Vine - Why I Love Benny Hill||Sun 26 Jan 11:40|
The story of Afrobeat pioneer, multi-instrumentalist, human rights activist and all round rhythmic genius Fela Kuti is brought to captivating life by Oscar®-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney. Join us for our Afrobeat party on Fri 5 Sept from 22:00 - late in the Café/Bar!
Adibah from Rife Magazine finds out all about nos, how to stay safe and whether it's even worth all the fuss. After all, surely a giggle can't be that bad for you?!