The focus of Live Screen is the link between movement in daily life and framed motion on film and features films by Gillian Wearing, David Hinton, Thierry de Mey, Ruth Meehan, John Spiteri, Vena Ramphal and Marjan Laaper, among others. Live Screen includes Court, by Angela Woodhouse and Caroline Broadhead in the Khan Studio and a ‘lecture demonstration’, Anarchic Dance, by Professor Liz Aggiss. The evening is rounded off by a rare screening of the Colour Of Pomegranates (1968) by Georgian director Sergei Paradjanov, a film which director Atom Egoyan has called "endlessly mysterious and inspiring".
Unlike film, theatre doesn't have an official age classification organisation. That means all age recommendations are subjective and should be treated as guidelines unless otherwise stated. With this in mind, we ask you to use your judgement in regards to a show’s suitability prior to purchase. However, we are more than happy to help you make a decision. Please email our Customer Care team to find out more about your chosen show.