Come and watch a free film at our cosy cafe, and chat about the issues it raises! This month’s film explores how the course of our lives can be changed by something as simple as missing a train. Parallel universes, fate, chance encounters…..lots to explore!!
Don’t miss this challenging film! It’s free – come and watch, and chat over a cup of tea about the issues it raises.
Saturday 24th December – CLOSED
Sunday 25th December – CLOSED
Monday 26th December – CLOSED
Tuesday 27th December – CLOSED
Wednesday 28th December – OPEN AS USUAL
Thursday 29th December – OPEN AS USUAL
Friday 30st December – OPEN AS USUAL
Saturday 31st – OPEN 11AM-4PM
Sunday 1st January – CLOSED
Monday 2nd January – CLOSED
Tuesday 3rd January – OPEN AS USUAL
Don’t miss this foot-tapping feel-good film which raises big issues about family, identity, and belonging. Come and watch the film – it’s free – and chat over a brew about the themes it tackles. Oh, and you might just want to wear your old flares….
SoundKarD: voice Sarah Dacey, piano Kate Halsall, electronics Duncan MacLeod, w/ guests Anna Disley Simpson + co
Programme includes music by Catherine Lamb, Ryoko Akama, Duncan MacLeod, Sarah Dacey, Kate Halsall, Linda Buckley, Anna Disley-Simpson.
SoundKarD are soprano Sarah Dacey, pianist Kate Halsall and composer Duncan MacLeod. They have worked together in various guises, including voice and piano, voice and electronics, harpsichord and electronics and as part of Galvanize Ensemble projects Happenstance and Galvanize for Hack the Barbican. Some performances include The Barbican London, hcmf//, Frontiers Festival, 100 Years Gallery, LV21 Gillingham Pier, Music Orbit, LimeWharf Gallery and sound festival. They programme scored/improvised work, alongside existing/flexible repertoire, working with and commissioning composers.