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The Tempest

Directed by Derek Jarman

As was his nature, director Derek Jarman departed radically from the text—Shakespeare, you might recall, didn’t write a musical number set to “Stormy Weather” involving a bunch of sailors—but the end result is full of feeling and true to the play’s spirit of unruly magic.

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the tempest
8:00 pm £4

Muse of Fire

Directed by Dan Poole / Giles Terera

The film documents their four-year journey around the world by the filmmakers: to Elsinore in Denmark, London’s Globe theatre, a prison in Berlin, taking in Hollywood as they go.

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muse of fire
7:00 pm £5


Directed by Michael Hewitt / Dermot Lavery

Narrated by Liam Neeson this tells the dramatic story of two sets of brothers from Northern Ireland who have dominated road racing for over thirty years; Robert and Joey Dunlop.

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Festival Team 39
8:00 pm £FREE


Directed by James Cameron

BFF team up with T13 again following the massive success of 2014’s ‘Mad Max’ event. For this 30th Anniversary screening of James Camerons classic, T13 will set design the space to mimic the sci-industrial design of the film.

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8:00 pm £10
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Too Late


Directed by Donald Cammell / Nicolas Roeg

Set in 1960s London, James Fox plays Chas, a bisexual gangster on the run from his colleagues who is trying to disguise himself so that he can slip out of England.

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8:00 pm £4