Thursday, April 27, 2006


If you are not at A Goats Tail (see below) then head down to east London. The East End Film Festival kicks off 7pm tonight (Thursday), at theGenesis Cinema in Mile End.

Richard E. Grant will introduce the London Premiere of his semi-autobiographical directorial debut, Wah Wah.The East End Film Festival (27th April 2006 - 4th May 2006) brings aweek long series of unique film-inspired experiences to venues acrossEast London.Featuring the creme of emerging UK filmmakers, plus some of the mostestablished and skilled filmmakers in the industry all comingtogether at the festival to celebrate independent film in the heartof the East End.For more details of the full programme and how to book tickets

visit and support UK independent film on your doorstep!

Monday, April 24, 2006

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Preview Screening:Thursday 27th of April 2006

At The Coronet Cinema, 103 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3LB

7:15pm Reception, 7:45pm Film Screening

Merchanidise - Raffles - Refreshments

Advance Tickets available @10 go to and visit the noticeboard

[only 200 Seats Available]


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Obenewa - she does what it says on the flyer.

New UK soulfood plus live band is a great way to top off your no work monday.


FRIDAY - Beach Club - Brighton

This friday, the mighty Heartless Crew profile down on the south coast.

As the summer wheather starts to creep in the south coast is definatly set to become a summer time raving spot.

Obsessions have a monthly event profiling the best of street sounds from the UK.

So with out much further ado make sure you make it down to Beach Club on friday for some female skankers and man dem with their heart in the music.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


menage and S2g pon the flyer so get ure skins down there.

Big up Kemia productions!

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Film Screening & discussion with Love Music Hate Racism
Westminster university has a screening of the LOVEMUSIC HATE RACISIM DOCUMENTARY at Dragon bar......

The film tracks the rise of racism and the National Front in Britain during the 70s - and how a generation, black and white - fought back against the Nazi threat. The story uses a wealth of interviews with the leading artists and activists who created RAR - many speaking for the first time about what happened. Including unseen footage from The Clash, The Libertines, The Specials, Ms Dynamite, Pete Doherty, Steel Pulse, Misty in Roots, X-Ray Spex, Sham 69, Estelle and Babyshambles. Followed by discussion with Salima & Nicky Blackmarket..

Tuesday 6-7pm (before end of term bash @ The Dragon Bar!) £3 film screening only
Wells Street, Room 106

More info call/txt: Livs 07789353610 or Salima 07946087853
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