Are you skint this February? Don’t miss our SKINT events at Canada Water Culture Space for your film & theatre fix. All events Pay-What-You-Decide or £5.
Wednesday 8 February, 7.30pm.
Based around found objects, this semi-autobiographical one woman show introduces you to a flat caught between two timelines and personalities: the home of Anne Clarke during 70s bohemian Brighton, and a squat established by Jolie in 2002. 'An authentic and human exploration of inherently unstable modern tribalism.' The Sick of the Fringe
Pay-What-You-Decide. Ages 18+ (16+ if accompanied by an adult).
Friday 10 February, 7.30pm.
The Very Important Child
You are a child. Trapped inside an adult’s body. This is a show about the development of the ego, psychological warfare, throwing one’s toys out of the pram. This is about grown up infants. Bold and comic, blending movement, text and music. ‘Visually there’s so much to take in...I was enthralled throughout’ View from the gods.
£5. Ages 12+.
Friday 17 February, 7.30pm.
I Need a Dollar!
A bold selection of internationally awarded short films portraying the relationship between life satisfaction and wealth. Money makes the world go round and people make ways to get richer. Can happiness be bought with cash, or is it just a state of mind? InShort Film Festival promotes independent, inclusive and international short films.
Pay-What-You-Decide. Ages 18+.
Saturday 18 February, 8pm.
Mixed Up Me
Mixed Up Me is a semi-autobiographical play about a mixed-heritage girls’ search for a sense of place growing up in Cornwall. Introducing other ‘mixed people’s’ stories along the way, the piece unearths a history of scientific texting on mixed-heritage children and remembers some forgotten heroes.
£5. Ages 11+