Day School – From kitchen sink to sex and violence: British film in the 1960s

If you remember the sixties – you weren’t there…or so the story goes. This day will take us on a journey from the grim, miserable realism of the kitchen sink films of the British New Wave through to the dayglow, outrageousness of quintessential Swinging sixties films such as ALFIE and BLOW UP, to the film which marks the end of all the hippy, trippy psychedelic madness: PERFORMANCE. Considering style, themes and content, this event will do more than just help jog your memory. Including a screening of MORGAN: a Suitable Case for TreatmentLed by Rob Murphy, author of 60s British CinemaTickets: £6.00 full / £4.00 concs