Today at 13:00
In this week's Lunchtime Talk, Theatre Maker Katie Day and Creative Technologist John Sear will be discussing their recent site-specific experience, A Moment of Madness, an immersive and playful theatre experience which sees audiences thrust into the heart of a political spy thriller, now a multi-modal experience (the audience can use a variety of methods/channels to interact with the experience).
Wed 30 June 19:20
When the Filmmaker (Marc Isaacs) is told his next film must be about crime, sex or celebrity to get funded, he decides to take matters into his own hands and begins shooting a film in his home with people connected to his own life.
Sat 26 - Sun 27 June
Join us for a relaxed screening of The Reason I Jump. These screenings are designed to benefit our customers with additional needs (such as people living with dementia, autism, or other neuro-diverse people and their personal assistants, friends and family) or anyone who wants to enjoy a film in a more relaxed environment.
Wed 7 July 15:40
Discover the psychedelic sounds of Zambia’s rock superstars WITCH (We Intend to Cause Havoc) in a guided tour through their formation to superstardom in the politically turbulent Zambia of the 70s, and their eventual re-discovery by contemporary music fans.
Mon 5 July 19:00
At this month's online film discussion event for Deaf and hearing audience we will be discussing Supernova, a warm and tender drama about a long-term couple dealing with the onset of illness.
Tue 6 July 16:30
Through a set of exercises and games, Victoria Melody will show how play and humour can boost our creativity, helping us to come up with great new ideas while having fun in the process.
Wed 7 July 19:00
Shot in Moscow and Saint Petersburg (then Leningrad) in 1991 and 1992 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis’ documentary explores the legacy of years of public statues that memorialise successive political regimes and events in the USSR but which now find themselves reappraised in a post-Soviet Russian culture.
Tue 13 July 19:30
You're cordially invited you to the wedding of the season, Muriel’s! Join Anette (aka Tom Marshman) and her glamorous friend and neighbour, Mariana Trench for a live and in-person screening of the camp classic - with performance interventions, disruptions and surprises!
Thu 15 July 16:30
Will Taylor will run through some ways to find your voice as a creative, looking at how you can confidently represent yourself and your community and make your work as impactful as it can be.
Thu 15 July 19:00
Kiki Bristol, a collective who create safe social space events led by and for the QTIPoC community in Bristol and Queer Vision join forces for an evening of cinema, food and music.