You’ve heard of silent disco right? Well now it’s time for Silent Cinema.
Brought to you by the same people who ran the Starlite Urban Drive-In, this time you’re invited to another outdoor cinema where you can watch 80s classics, horrors and cult films on the big screen.
Each person will be given a pair of wireless headphones to hear the film’s audio. So you can move around, head to the bar, go for a smoke – all without missing any of the movie.
Silent Cinema will be showing films at the Deptford Project in September. The line up is as follows:
Thursday September 9th 8pm Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Friday September 10th 8pm Heathers
Saturday September 11th 8pm The Breakfast Club
Thursday September 16th 8pm An American Werewolf in London
Friday September 17th 8pm 28 Days Later…
Saturday September 18th 8pm Shaun of the Dead
Thursday September 23rd 8pm A Clockwork Orange
Friday September 24th 8pm The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Saturday September 25th 8pm Withnail & I
A bar will be available on site, along with a cafe.
Tickets are £10 and can be bought here.
Nearest Train: Deptford and New Cross. The nearest Tube is New Cross on the East London Line.
Filed under Arts, SE London
Jazz. Nice. Free jazz. Even nicer. Canary Wharf is hosting a free jazz festival this weekend – what’s not to like about that?
There’s a fairly full line up:
Friday 13th August
7 – 8pm Robert Mitchell Trio
8.30 – 10pm Alex Wilson
Saturday 14th August
1.30 – 2.15pm Jazzphonica: Roundhouse Jazz Ensemble
2.45 – 4pm TBC
4.30 – 5.45pm Matthew Halsall
6.15 – 7.30pm The Baker Brothers
8 – 9.15pm Ruby Turner
Sunday 15th August
1 – 2.15pm Ernesto Simpson
2.45 – 4pm The Haggis Horns
4.30 – 5.45pm Natalie Williams
6.15 – 7.30pm Pee Wee Ellis
Why not take a picnic and chill out in the park? (Word of warning – glass bottles and portable furniture are not permitted)
It’s all taking place in Canada Square Park and is totally free!
Nearest Tube: Canary Wharf
A bit of a mouthful, yes. But the Disposable Film Festival, organised by Exploding Cinema is an interesting concept.
You’ve heard of drive-in movies, right? Well this is a bike-in. That’s right, you’re invited to come along on your bike to watch screenings of your own photos (well, you and the rest of the audience’s) which have been taken on anything deemed as disposable.
That could be an actual disposable camera, a webcam, mobile phone…you get the picture (no pun intended. Seriously)
The Film Festival is moving around, but this weekend is stationed in the Utrophia Project Space, which is at 136 Tanner’s Hill. It’s all going down on Saturday, August 14. Doors are at 7:30pm, and it starts at 8:30pm. Entry is £5.
Nearest Tube: New Cross