March

BANFF Mountain Film Festival 2017

Recommended Age Guidance: 12A (children can attend if accompanied by an adult) Experience an evening of extraordinary short films from the world\'s most prestigious mountain film festival. Follow the expeditions of some of today\'s most incredible adventurers, see amazing footage of adrenaline packed action sports and be inspired by thought-provoking pieces shot from the far flung corners of the globe. Ignite your passion for adventure, action and travel through an exhilarating collection of the latest films from the most talented adventure film makers of today. An exciting event not to be missed with free prize giveaways! Visit www.banff-uk.com for more details. Tickets: 13 Concessions: 1.50 off - please see website for details Groups 6+: 1.50 off each ticket PLEASE NOTE: Running times are approximate and supplied for guidance only. They may be subject to change.

St. David's Hall, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Banff Mountain Film Fes...

St. David's Hall
Cardiff

Thursday

30 Mar

April

These Rotten Words: Artists Films

Cinema 2 FREE Alongside These Rotten Words, we\'re pleased to be screening a selection of artist films dealing with language, voice and gesture as part of Experimentica: Secret Language, including: Cara Tolmie, Pley, 2013 (19 mins) Abri De Swardt, Ridder Thirst, 2015-17, (14 mins) Anna Bunting-Branch, The Linguists, 2017 (8 mins) Rob Crosse, Clear as a Bell, 2015 (8 mins) and three films by Steve Roggenbuck, MY LIFE IS GOING TO BE OVER (2016), DON\'T QUIT (2016) and I Am Not Responsible For Anything The Moon Does This Month (2016). EXPERIMENTICA Full programme here: www.experimentica17.org \'These Rotten Words is commissioned by Chapter to coincide with Experimentica, Chapters annual festival of live art. This year Experimentica is exploring Secret Language and features the work of Getinthebackofthevan, Katy Baird, Jonny Cotsen, Tim Bromage, Dustin Scott Harvey & Adrienne Wong, Heike Roms and Gareth Llr Evans, Gareth Chambers, Rachel Helena Walsh, Thomas Goddard, Yoanna Blikman and Dan Robert Lahiani, Rose Biggin and Keir Cooper, Julie and Robbie, Clayton Lee, A.S. (Rosa Casado/Ffion Jones/John Rowley/Richard Huw Morgan), Anti-Cool and Sheree Naqvi. The Festival runs from 29 March to 2 April. THESE ROTTEN WORDS Rebecca Ackroyd, David Austen, Johann Arens, Anna Barham, Marie-Michelle Deschamps, Foundation Press, Anneke Kampman, Joanna Piotrowska and Devlin Shea. Curated by George Vasey Encompassing photography, painting, sculpture, sound and moving image works, These Rotten Words focuses on the physicality of textual, gestural and vocal forms of communication. Rottenness is defined as both bad and decayed and, in a world where public discourse has become increasingly dominated by divisive polemics, the exhibition embraces language that is more contingent and intimate. The artists call attention to the physical properties of communication: the mouth and the hand are inextricably linked and while the hand enables us to shape materials, the voice and our use of language offers a further tool to manipulate the world around us. Words become disentangled from the authors intention. Limbs float freely. Bodies are scaled up and down. The familiar and at hand becomes estranged and unknown. To rot is to decompose, offering an opportunity for reassembly. The artists in the exhibition suggest a form of renewal, probing the possibilities and limits of the body and its voice. Text can be a vehicle for melody as much as meaning. We may talk before we know exactly what we want to say. Speech is slippery, and intention is as much about inflection as content all languages carry inefficiencies and lacuna. These Rotten Words continues on from a number of exhibitions curated by Vasey exploring ideas around intimacy, language and gesture including A Small Hiccup, at Grand Union, Birmingham (2013) and Emotional Resources at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2014). See www.chapter.org/these-rotten-words for more information. Image: Abri de Swardt, Ridder Thirst (2015-17), 13:27min, HD video

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, United Kingdom

These Rotten Words: Art...

Chapter Arts Centre
Cardiff

Saturday

01 Apr

Rick And Morty Fan Club - Schwifty Sunday

What is the greatest TV show in the universe!? Rick & Morty! With Season 3 just around the corner we invite you to join our Rick & Morty Fan Club to Get Schwifty! There will be a quiz , drinking games and Fancy Dress Competition with limited edition prizes plus other surprises that will be revealed on the night! If you love Rick & Morty as much as we do then this event is for you! Wubba lubba dub dub, Let\'s get Riggity Riggity Wrecked!

The Macbeth Of Hoxton, London, United Kingdom

Rick And Morty Fan Club...

The Macbeth Of Hoxton
London

Sunday

02 Apr

The People's Choice Film Night At 60 Million Postcards #4

The Pointhouse Cinema Club is back again with it\'s latest film night, The People\'s Choice. We can\'t wait to see you! Get online now and vote for what you want to see or let us choose for you! VOTE NOW

60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The People's Choice Fil...

60 Million Postcards
Bournemouth

Monday

03 Apr

Fire Walk With Me: An Evening Of Twin Peaks

While we all wait for the return of season 3 DEEPER INTO MOVIES & MOTH CLUB decided to go all out! We\'re bringing you... - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me screening - Live performances from the Twin Peaks soundtrack - Double R Club Twin Peaks cabaret performers - Coffee, dougnuts and cherry pie - Plus more treats TBA

Moth Club, London, United Kingdom

Fire Walk With Me: An E...

Moth Club
London

Sunday

09 Apr

La Strada

Federico Fellini\'s La Strada (the road) is one of the true masterpieces of modern cinema, winning the Academy Award in 1957 for the movie starring Anthony Quinn. The story of wide-eyed Gelsomina, who is sold by her penniless mother to Zampano, a travelling sideshow strongman, unfolds as they journey through the Italian countryside performing for their keep. Their perilous road trip leads them to a ragtag travelling circus where they meet Il Matto the tightrope walker who rekindles Gelsomina\'s spirit with a new found confidence. This visually stunning new stage adaptation will be directed by Bristol\'s own Olivier award-nominee Sally Cookson (Jane Eyre). Boasting a beautiful score from Benji Bower and design by Katie Sykes, Fellini\'s profoundly impassioned and deeply involving story will be told by a multi-talented cast to create a theatrical experience that will stimulate the senses, fire emotions and stir the soul. 11-22 Apr Theatre 7.30pm, 2.30pm (Sat mats) 30-12 (plus booking fee) Age 12+

The Old Vic, Bristol, United Kingdom

La Strada

The Old Vic
Bristol

Tuesday

11 Apr

The Annual Big Lebowski Party - Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes

The Big Lebowski Bash returns to Bloomsbury Lanes seeing fans from all walks of life unite in tribute to The Dude. Since the release of the 1998 classic The Big Lebowski film has been recognised as the ultimate hangout movie and a sacred text of slackers everywhere. We are back on for the 5th annual helping of The Big Lebowski Party. A night dedicated to everything that is The DUDE! Expect a night of Dudeness, Duder and White Russian boozin\'! Here at Bloomsbury we are the perfect venue to dedicate this wonderful adventure of ludicrous playful fun to you all, with our very own 8 vintage bowling lanes, American diner, cinema, table tennis, and beer pong. DJs / Live Bands / Fancy Dress / COEN Brothers Cinema / Best Dressed Comp / 5 White Russians All Night! 5 standard / 7 door 18+ only Click \'Going\' for ticket release date.

Bloomsbury Lanes, London, United Kingdom

The Annual Big Lebowski...

Bloomsbury Lanes
London

Saturday

22 Apr

Sound Unbound 2017: The Barbican Classical Weekender

Following all the fun of our first Classical Weekender in 2015, were letting music take over the Centre again With sixty sessions over one weekend, showcasing the infinite variety of classical pieces, this is the perfect festival for lovers of live music. From innovative new commissions with the likes of Chilly Gonzales and Anna Meredith to some of the finest classical scores ever written, and performances from todays leading performers like Iestyn Davies and the LSO to BBC Young Musician 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason. Whatever your thing, youll find it at Sound Unbound.

Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom

Sound Unbound 2017: The...

Barbican Centre
London

Saturday

29 Apr

May

Mica Levi: Under The Skin

Film screening with live orchestra Mica Levi\'s score sounds at times like a new electronic language being born or a subtle form of communication between aliens. Time Out Mica Levi conductor Sound Intermedia London Sinfonietta Jonathan Glazers 2014 film Under the Skin impressed critics with its uncomfortable portrayal of an otherworldly predator, for which Mica Levis beautiful, elemental and skewed music provided the intoxicating soundtrack. Previously known as a DJ and singer-songwriter in her band Micachu and the Shapes, with whom the London Sinfonietta have collaborated, Levi was catapulted to international fame and earned herself a BAFTA nomination for the film score, which she conducts live. With strains of Ligeti and Cage running through its hazy mix of digitally-processed and live sound, it veers between sensuality and disquiet to compelling effect. Tickets: 18.50, 22 Festival Standby 10 There is a 2 per order charge. Additional postage fees (1.50 or 50p standard) apply.

Brighton Dome, Brighton, United Kingdom

Mica Levi: Under The Sk...

Brighton Dome
Brighton

Sunday

07 May

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone

Be swept away in this sparkling display of live music and film and follow the adventures of Harry and his friends here at the Arena. In Concert with Full Live Orchestra The Harry Potter film series is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cultural phenomena that continues to delight millions of fans around the world. Audiences will now be able to relive the magic of Harry Potter and The Philosopher\'s Stone in high-definition on a giant screen while hearing a full live orchestra perform John Williams unforgettable score. HARRY POTTER characters, names and related indicia are & Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Harry Potter Publishing Rights JKR. (s16)

Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Harry Potter And The Ph...

Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Cardiff

Sunday

14 May

Sasha: Re-Fracted (live)

Away from the smoke and sweat of the clubs, Sasha explores a more introspective side to his music in a special performance of his Late Night Tales release Scene Delete an album that filters contemporary classical influences through the lens of House and Techno, as well as reinterpretations of music from his back catalogue. Like the best of his DJ sets, Scene Delete is a journey. With Sasha joined on stage by a small chamber ensemble, the album unfolds as one brooding, undulating piece that flows from start to finish, sounding somewhere between the dark, weightless soundscapes of Burial and the music modern composers like Nils Frahm, akin to fellow Late Night Tales artists Jon Hopkins and Bonobo. Further indulging his eclectic taste in music, the second half of the concert sees Sasha perform new interpretations of tracks from across his career. Keeping the essence of what made those songs so distinct while twisting them into new shapes, the new arrangements and live instruments add new harmonic layers and depth to tracks, dialling into the emotional core thats always been at the heart of his music but with an even greater focus on texture and atmosphere. Demonstrating his progressive approach to his craft, these new interpretations bring his back catalogue in line with latest evolution of his sound.

Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom

Sasha: Re-fracted (live...

Barbican Centre
London

Saturday

20 May

Adam Buxtons BUG: David Bowie Special

David Bowie was a rock legend and much more besides. Now comedian Adam Buxton returns to Brighton Festival for a very special BUG show celebrating some of David Bowies incredible music video and other on-screen appearances. A must-see for Bowie fans, this BUG special is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some key moments from David Bowies life and career on the big screen and remember the indelible mark he made on our cultural landscape. Tickets: 20 Festival Standby 10 There is a 2 per order charge. Additional postage charges (50p standard or 1.50 recorded delivery) apply.

Brighton Dome, Brighton, United Kingdom

Adam Buxtons Bug: David...

Brighton Dome
Brighton

Tuesday

23 May

The Unthanks - How Wild The Wind Blows

Northumbrian folk duo The Unthanks unearth the wistful and intimate compositions of Molly Drake, mother of singer and guitarist Nick Drake. These charming, secluded and melancholy songs offer an insight into the work of Nick Drake, revealing Molly Drake as perhaps the most overlooked influence on the cult musician and as a fascinating songwriter in her own right. Sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank, whose knack for sensitive reinterpretation has seen them tackle everything from traditional English Folk to Antony & the Johnsons, turn their attention to these forgotten songs. On a simple tape set-up in the living room of the Drake family home, Molly Drake recorded a selection of self-penned songs a beautiful, yearning selection of piano-backed showtunes and ballads. Not created for anyone but friends and family, these recordings were uncovered by fans of Nick Drake, presenting what producer Joe Boyd called the missing link in the Nick Drake story. But above all, they reveal Molly Drake as a musician of enormous depth, ripe for rediscovery and close examination. On sale to Barbican Members 10am Thursday 8 December On general sale 10am Friday 9 December Produced by the Barbican

Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom

The Unthanks - How Wild...

Barbican Centre
London

Sunday

28 May

June

Reality Check PART 1

Shorts On Tap presents: REALITY CHECK - A Selection Short Documentaries PART 1 on Tuesday, June 20th at Cafe 1001, Brick Lane, London E1 from 7pm. 3 Entry (booking online here: https://goo.gl/033XoS) or 4 on the door. #RealityCheck: A journey through documentary-making. Featuring the best works from the contemporary UK and international independent short doc scene. "In feature films the director is God; in documentary films God is the director." ~Alfred Hitchcock Discussing, debating, commenting on the films with their directors and guests speakers. A great opportunity to check new work, expand your network, make friends and enjoy a night out checking some great talent. Shorts On Tap is the fastest-growing short film community in London. Join the tribe on June 20th. Doors open at 7pm for a pint&networking; session. Films screening start at 8pm Show ends approximately at 10.30pm The screening room is situated at the back of the venue. Seats on first-come-first-serve basis BOX OFFICE: https://goo.gl/033XoS #LoveShortFilm #ShortsOnTap #ShortFilm #Filmmaking #documentary #shortdocs

Cafe 1001, London, United Kingdom

Reality Check

Cafe 1001
London

Tuesday

20 Jun

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