SUNDAY 31 October 2010, 19.00 at Wolstenholme Creative Space
May we invite you to our latest project here at Wolstenholme Creative Space… We call it Tea & Two Slice (named after something brilliant, discovered by George Orwell many moons ago) and it is a film night now screening every Sunday at 7pm, our films are slightly on the alternative side and we try to be as insightful as possible. Entrance is of course free and also is the Tea and Toast.
If you are interested please take a look at our website for full details and trailers:
In keeping with Halloween this Sunday the films are dark and spooky and themed around underground (in the literal sense) activities. The main feature is the award winning Dark Days by Marc Singer accompanied by some short films to get the ball rolling.
What better way to start your Halloween evening?
We shall look forward to hearing from you.
Wolstenholme Creative Space
PS. Do come and see our latest exhibition ‘With These Walls We Are Shaped’ is now open, it’s rather good and normal opening times are Thursday to Sunday 11am till 5pm.