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Carrie White is the beleaguered daughter of a religious fanatic, making her a social outcast who is constantly tormented by her cruel, insensitive classmates. But what her classmates don’t know is that Carrie is gifted, and when her rage turns into telekinetic powers, no one is safe!
16 films from 16 countries, specially selected for the New Cross & Deptford Free Film Festival.
A world war two pilot (David Niven) miraculously escapes death after baling out of a burning plane. A celestial court is set up to judge his case while Niven hangs in limbo between a technicolour earth and a monochrome heaven.
Bites:Remix is cabaret night of unusual artistic collaborations, with circus at its heart. Forget everything you think you know about circus; BITES:Remix offers new perspectives by placing outstanding acts alongside artists from the worlds of music, dance, theatre and spoken word and comedy.
Sing along with the whole family to this special screening of the world's number 1 animated movie of all time. When the newly crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice and condemns her home to an infinite winter, her sister, Anna, teams up with a mountain man, his playful reindeer, and a snowman to change the weather conditions.
Chill Pill are swiftly becoming part of the furniture here at the Albany, but instead of sinking into the sofa with a pip and slippers, they're working their socks off to bring you a selection of the finest spoken word poets and musicians in the land, as well as presenting brand spanking new material for every show.
The Singing Hypnotist will change your life. He uses songs to heal, transform and put you under. It’s a combination of clinical hypnotherapy, stage hypnosis, original music and good old fashioned showbiz, researched by Christopher Green, as part of being the first Artist in Residence at the British Library, and supported by the Wellcome Trust.
Tony Jameson feels he’s now at the mid-point of his life. He believes he’s achieved some good things in his life, but there’s still the nagging voice in the back of his head that wonders…'Could he have achieved more had he not spent the last 20 years playing video games?'
Josephine is putting on a play - Boris and Sistahl help. It's about anorexia. But don’t let that put you off. Unflinchingly they confront big issues (and extremely tiny ones). Today they will tackle a particularly thin elephant in the room.
After recently picking up an M.B.E for his outstanding contribution to the UK music scene, Omar returns to the Albany. Since first breaking through to worldwide renown, he has worked with all manner of musical legends including a certain Stevie, Erykah Badu, Angie Stone, Syreeta Wright, Common, and Carleen Anderson. Omar’s latest album The Man is without doubt the strongest of his entire career, with his unique soul, funk, latin and reggae influences.
Led by poet and educator Jacob Sam-La Rose, FICTION workshop offers young people from ages 13 to 18 years, inviting them to engage with poetry, sounds, and new and widely available communication technologies such as smart phones. In response to photography and to the notion that “the camera never lies”, the workshop looks at the relationship between “fact” and “truth”, and explores ways of writing that dance on the borders between them.
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Join us as we celebrate the work of the Red Cross as interpreted by talented young dancers from across the London area. Proceeds of this event will help support the life-saving and life-changing work of the British Red Cross. Get ready to be inspired!