starTHRUST: A Dance Oddity 7pm-9pm
LET’S DANCE! Move our bodies, jiggle and jump around in elation from station to station
More information available here no set fee all donations to charity!
Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th February
Interested in film making? Join the Inclusive Films two day course and learn about the different roles within the production of film making and how to turn your own stories into a script. Meet new people and work together!
Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10am – 3.45pm
Tuesday 9th February – Saturday 5th March
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Saturday 13th February
Whether you’re part of a couple, in a gang of pals or going solo, this event is for you. The lovely Soul Food Sisters will be preparing a three course dinner and we’ll be burning off any calories with a traditional Scottish ceilidh from Kilter and some DJ sets.
Most importantly, by attending this event you’ll be helping to raise some much needed funds to support the excellent work of Positive Action in Housing (SC027577). They have 19 volunteers on the ground at Lesvos who are currently working hard to save the lives of refugees trying to reach safety in Europe by developing an infrastructure of support and delivering medical aid.
Love Conquers All is a new voluntary group that promotes peace, compassion and understanding throughout communities and raises money for important causes. tickets here!
Saturday 20th February
Come along for a night of Vegan Food. No set price, donations welcome!
7pm – 10pm
Saturday 27th February
Celebrate Roald Dahl’s centenary with us at special screenings of Fantastic Mr. Fox and Matilda. Children are invited to help transform into Dahl-world through artist workshops with Sally Hackett and Mariella Verkerk, and enjoy food inspired by Dahl’s books, created by The Project Cafe.
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Bring the cubs on an underground adventure with Mr. Fox (George Clooney) in Wes Anderson’s stunning and inventive stop motion animation based on the novel.
Workshops 11.30, Film 12.30
1h27m, cert PG
‘Read? Why would you want to read when you got the television set sitting right in front of you?’ Little Matilda is a genius. Her parents, unfortunately, are not. This is an autism friendly screening.
Workshops 14.30, Film 15.30
1h42m, cert PG
Both screenings are Festival for a Fiver, no further discounts apply.