Join Hendrick's Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings for Unusual Book-worming shenaningans at the Brighton Fringe from May 17 - 27.
As part of this literary residence, taxidermist Lee Paton will be hosting 'Stuffing Peter Rabbit', renowned gastronomic architects Bompas & Parr's will be creating a 'Literary Feast' and Damian Barr's now legendary Literary Salon returns.
We said shhhh (politely)…please be quiet, we're trying to watch a film.
If you, too, are tired of the not-so-gentle whispers at the cinema or the oft-vulgar sound of popcorn chomping while you're trying to focus on the screen (or maybe you're the culprit - tsk tsk), fret no longer: Silent Cinema is the place for you.
by Dana Gornitzki
Summer air, an open field, a Cadillac or vintage open top convertible, diner food, and - if the night goes well - a little canoodling in the car. Ah, the pleasures of a drive-in movie theatre. Perhaps, a throwback to the 50's (or a scene out of Grease), the drive-in is merely a fantasy to those out of the Americas where the theatres are still very popular.
Now, thanks to creative maestro Damian Barr, urban dwellers can enjoy the fantasy of the drive-in experience in the heart of the city and all you have to do is turn up. No driving, no parking. Perfection.