Art, music, film, talks, beer, wine, food. See our spring exhibitions Patrick Pound: On Reflection, Iconography of Revolt, and Arwa Alneami: Never Never Land after dark.
This month, we continue our legacy of presenting strong female voices with a live performance from singer-songwriter Julia Deans.
We celebrate Suffrage 125 with the feature film Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, followed by two bitter-sweet short films by upcoming Saudi directors—Nada Al-Mojadedi's Zaina's Cake and Hanaa Saleh Alfassi's Lollipop—introduced by assistant curator Moya Lawson and film lecturer Missy Molloy.
Plus art historian Milly Mitchell-Anyon talks about the exhibition, Patrick Pound: On Reflection.
Cash bar and supper treats from Pomegranate Kitchen.
5–9.30pm: Supper treats from Pomegranate Kitchen and cash bar available
5–9pm: DJ She Jays
6–7.40pm: Film: Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer
7–7.30pm: Patrick Pound: On Reflection with Milly Mitchell-Anyon
8–8.45pm: Films +Talk: Saudi Films: Lollipop and Zaina’s Cake introduced by Moya Lawson and Missy Molloy
9–9.45pm: Julia Deans plays live