Highlighting under the radar arts and culture in Birmingham, UK

Christmas Kino and boogieing

KINO 10 will be getting us into the Christmas spirit on Friday 23 December with a screening of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. Georges Méliès’ short film The Christmas Dream will also be performed with a brand new live score written and performed live by Birmingham Conservatoire composers, Luke Deane and Josh Herring as well as other  festive-themed shorts.

The screening is at St.Columba Church Hall, Moseley. Doors are at 4pm and is £5 (£3 for under 16s)

Dress Code: Christmas Jumpers (but not compulsory) – bottle of wine for the most impressive.

Refreshments available: mulled wine, beer, mince pies, specially curated cakes by The Bakehouse, mince pies, juice, tea, and coffee.

And if that wasn’t enough for one night, why not weave your way to Sugarfoot Stomp’s Winter Wonderland at the Hare and Hounds afterwards for an evening of top-notch vintage music and visuals with a yule-tide flavour.


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This entry was posted on December 16, 2011 by in Animation, Cult, Dance, Film, Music, Party! and tagged , , , , .
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