The end is nigh
The Stuart Hall Project@ Queen’s
ISIS are screening Akomfrah’s iconic film that documents the life of revolutionary social critic and New Left Review founder Stuart Hall. Don’t miss it, it’ll be a good’un.
Where: The Queen’s College
Hockney: Live from LA@ Phoenix Picturehouse
Another night, another screening. Randall Wright’s hotly tipped new biopic traces the life of one of Britain’s greatest living artist from his Bradford roots to the present glitz of Hollywood.
Where: The Phoenix Picturehouse
Buzz Aldrin@ The Union
Like the hare in Aesop’s fable of The Hare and The Tortoise, Buzz Aldrin shall always be remembered as the man who came second. Still, he has walked on the moon, so probably worth seeing anyway.
Where: The Union
Remember Tracy Beaker? Remember Raven? Or even Jigglypuffs? Steeped in the history of the early 2000s, LoveShy will be spinning the tracks that you won’t remember from when you were a kid. UK Garage, Grime etc…
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair@ The Town Hall
Pick up some tattered, raggedy clothes in exchange for a surprising large amount of money and head back to Cowley feeling that bit more trendy.
Where: The Town Hall