Reality Bytes is London’s latest Virtual Reality Pop Up located in Hackney. Be among the first to step into another world. Swim with whales, journey within the human body, battle zombies, climb mountains, paint in 3D, or fly through outer space. Reality Bytes gives you the chance to experience the ultimate in gaming and immersion.
Every 30-minute booking receives a free bottle of watermelon juice by What A Melon. Free drinks are only for bookings of 30 minutes.
Next Sessions: 25th June and 2nd July
22nd May – 7.30pm
Shoreditch, 1580: rough, edgy, unsparing, and fun. Shoreditch, 1600: expensive, emptying, with its reputation for entertainment on the wane. Sound familiar?
‘Shoreditch: Shakespeare’s Hidden London’ is a feature-length documentary uncovering Shakespeare’s early career in Shoreditch and exploring how the area has been shaped by gentrification then and now. Featuring interviews with Peter Tatchell, Museum of London archaeologists, actors and critics galore.
The film will be introduced with a short talk by Robert Stagg (Lecturer in English at St Anne’s College, Oxford) and followed by a Q&A / panel discussion with Baroness Kingsmill (Labour peer, lawyer, businesswoman) and Sarah Dustagheer (Lecturer in Early Modern Literature at the University of Kent; author of ‘Shakespeare in London’), and (of course) drinks.
Documentary written and presented by Robert Stagg; made/edited by Ju Shardlow (TimeOut), Jordan Klaja (London Film School) and Joanna Beaufoy (Haigo, Paris), and with original music by Eduardo Andrade.
Sunday 13th November at 6pm
Natalie Katsou will be reading her poems from ‘Enchanter’, ‘Cochlea’ and ‘Nymfalidae’
in Greek and in English
Special guests: Anastasia Revi (Artistic Director Theatre Lab Company),
Chris Rolls (Theatre Director) and
Ruth Fainlight (Poet)
Performance of the 3 short monologues “Under”
with Matthew Wade
Live music by Kester Hynds (cello) and Andrei Ionescu (guitar)
English translation by Yiannis Goumas
Join PYRAMID EDITIONS as they officially launch their first four books from 2015 – 2016
With readings from:
Sophie Essex, OBJECTS OF DESIRE (Dec. 2015)
SJ Fowler, TRACTOGRAPHY (March, 2016)
Alison Graham, TIN CAN WHITE GOWN (June, 2016)
Andrew Wells, JIMMY WALKS UNBENDED (Oct. 2016)
As well as an opportunity to buy any and all remaining EPOCH I books.
BYOB / free entry / music
We’ll be providing some alcohol and meringues, but you’re encouraged to bring your own drinks of course!
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