Events

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Open Screen Night

Showcasing a wide variety of talent and creativity on a first come first served basis, we are offering film makers a place to show their work. Everyone is welcome: professional artists, amateur film makers/ animators or members of the community with stories to tell. We anticipate screening upwards of 5 short films, which will be previewed by GWRANDO to ensure suitability. They must be up to 15 mins long and on DVD (formatted for a DVD Player) or as an mp4.

Film submissions from 6.30pm

Open to all ages and abilities

There is a one off membership fee of £1 to all newcomers

Those showing a film do not need to pay the entrance fee of £4

Small World Theatre in collaboration with GWRANDO

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Animation for 15 – 18 years

August 18 – 19, 10am – 4pm

A two day animation course with Winding Snake Productions. If you’ve always wondered how animation works but never had a chance to learn, these tasters are for you. Join your own age group for two days creative learning where you won’t need any special skills to get stuck in. Winding Snake’s experienced animation tutors will teach you everything you need to know to get started. It’s a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn essential animation techniques; from pixilation (using the body) to cut-out (making puppets with card).

Book early to ensure your place and see your imagination light up the screen!

Please book and pay for your places in advance. Numbers are limited.
Bring a pack lunch

£30 per person

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C90 Adventures presented by Adventure Travel Film Club

Doors and bar open from 6.30pm

In 2011 Ed March posted his particularly small motorcycle to the other side of the world with the aim of riding it home. There was no plan, no script, no backup crew and no-one to tell him what a stupid idea it was.

Over the next 8 months, Ed and his trusty motorbike Ninety traveled through 17 countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, India and Iran. In Vietnam he got very drunk with a little old lady and in Bangkok there were wedding bells. Where will he sleep tonight? What happens when you bribe a Cambodian army weapons store with £200? Can you get to Everest Base Camp in a pair of trainers? These are all questions that Ed March didn’t even know needed answering.
Discover what the world is really like with Ed, a big smile, small bike and an even smaller budget.

entry £5
membership £1
Illustration: Adi Gilbert