This Friday, No6 is all about food. In partnership with Journey’s Festival International we will be screening Soufra the amazing story about Miriam Shaar who sets out to change her fate by setting up a catering company in a refugee camp in Lebanon. It is a story of hope. Before the film 'LOOK UP', a high impact visual arts exhibition, will present a short video piece called 'Searching for Home’ by Svetlana Ochkovskayu.
After the film there will be a panel discussion chaired by Patti Gaal-Holmes, academic and artist. The panel will be Shamila Dhana from the British Red Cross, Anne Conde from Migrateful and Pete Hunt from Need Street Food.
Wild Thyme will be providing the nosh before the film, service will start at 6.15pm and No6 will be manning the bar. Please bring cash for the food.
Tickets for this event are free, and even though they are sold out on the Eventbrite site, there will still be a few on the door for earlybird walk ups.
Love in a communist climate is our Thursday night film Cold War. Yes it’s in Polish, yes it’s in black and white and yes it’s from the Oscar winning director of Ida.
Friday Night is Soufra and is as described above.
King of Thieves on Saturday night stars a salty bunch of old reprobates and that’s just the actors. Diamond geezers all of ‘em, hard as nails and twice as nasty.