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The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden

 Classified PG  

Fri 30 Oct - Thu 5 Nov

Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved children's book - about a young girl who discovers a magical garden that changes everything - gets a fresh adaptation.

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Tomorrow – Thu 29 Oct

Plan your journey to Watershed and book a table in our Café & Bar for food or drink. Event buttons now display the start and end time of each performance.

Fri 30 Oct

Plan your journey to Watershed and book a table in our Café & Bar for food or drink. Event buttons now display the start and end time of each performance.

Sat 31 Oct

Plan your journey to Watershed and book a table in our Café & Bar for food or drink. Event buttons now display the start and end time of each performance.

Sun 01 Nov

Plan your journey to Watershed and book a table in our Café & Bar for food or drink. Event buttons now display the start and end time of each performance.

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Cinébites meal deal
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Introductory Talk
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Q&A Session
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Ethno Augmenting Social Realities: Developing tools for cultural relevance in physical and virtual conversations

Ethno Augmenting Social Realities

Lunchtime Talk

Fri 30 Oct 13:00

Developing tools for cultural relevance in physical and virtual conversations

In this Lunchtime Talk we are joined by studio Residents Imwen Eke and Camille Aubry with technologist Takita Bartlet - collectively called Across the Room - to explore the role of digital tools in creating cultural relevance in both physical and virtual spaces - starting with the inclusion of Black African and Caribbean voices.

In this time of the pandemic, people are looking to technology to find more ways to connect, stay informed, commiserate and entertain themselves. This has the potential to redefine...

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Imwen Eke, Camille Aubry and Takita Bartlet explore the role of digital tools in creating cultural relevance in both physical and virtual spaces.

November 2020 Cinema Podcast

November 2020 Cinema Podcast

In November's podcast Mark Cosgrove (Watershed Cinema Curator) and Tara Judah (Watershed Cinema Producer) ponder and refute October's news, reported by some newspapers, of the death of cinema; plus share their cinema highlights for the month ahead at Watershed.

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In this episode Will chats to the younger Residents and guests: Owain Astles, Emma Hughes and Jasmine Thompson about what it’s like to begin freelance life during a pandemic, to what the future holds. And they are surprisingly pretty optimistic about everything apart from when they are asked about in vitro meat.