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Star & Shadow relocation…

We will be continuing in the building until March 2015, and we are still in discussions about our likely new home. We will keep you up to date here!

The Forum…

…FOR THE STAR AND SHADOW'S SEARCH FOR A NEW HOME…
Lots of progress has been had in finding options, and making plans for the future home of the Star and Shadow Cinema. In order to communicate all this exciting (and continually developing) information there's a forum you can visit and post on…

http://starandshadowfuture.proboards.com/

Share your thoughts and questions, and get up to date with the progress happening in all other areas surrounding the future of our Cinema and spaces. Let's make our new home super!

    Coming Soon:

    26

    Gig: Music Society Open Mic Night

    26 Nov 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    Mussoc (Newcastle Music Society) host a night seeking to raise money for Amnesty international

    27

    Film: Sexmission (1984)

    27 Nov 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    Elected in Poland as one of the best Polish films in the last 30 years, this cult film is set in 2044, in a world where only women have survived, except for 2 men who were part of a scientific experiment.

    29

    Event: Private Booking

    29 Nov 2014, 9 a.m.

    Film shooting going on in the morning 9am-2pm.

    29

    Gig: A Glimpse Of Paradise End Of Year/Sas Blow-Out Party!

    29 Nov 2014, 7 p.m.

    Celebrate the end of an era and the beginning of a new one at the A Glimpse Of Paradise end of year blow-out party! w/ YGREC (ft. members of AGOP faves Please & Beards) PERFUME ADVERT (tech-house Boro boyz done good via a much sought after tape release on Rich Macfarlane's 1080p imprint) WILT WAGNER (quayboards 'n' drunkmachines from god's lonely man WW, following recent live stints in Berlin & Helsinki) RADIUM JAW (2 toes from the Foot Hair fam serve up uncomfortably heavy bacon themed slab of noize/drone) + DJ Radio Hut on the 1s & 2s on SATURDAY 29th NOVEMBER 2014 at the SAS!! https://www.facebook.com/events/1580498502171118/ https://soundcloud.com/aglimpsencl

    30

    Event: Canny Little Cafe

    30 Nov 2014, 3 p.m.

    Delicious hot and cold vegan snacks, plus books & magazines, free to browse & borrow. Come & discover the amazing collection! Stock focuses on more political, radical, thought-provoking, action-inspiring & critical titles than other libraries. Categories include: books for children & young people, health & relationships, info for action, diy, global struggles, feminism, queer, history, anarchism & more! http://cannylittlelibrary.tumblr.com

    30

    Film: Village Of The Damned (1960)

    30 Nov 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    This cult British science fiction film is set in the village of Midwich where all the women give birth on the same day to children with "unusual" and "arresting" eyes, after being mysteriously impregnated.

    01

    Meeting: General Meeting

    1 Dec 2014, 6 p.m.

    02

    Event: Conversation Group

    2 Dec 2014, 4 p.m.

    Informal weekly English language conversation practice to meet people and learn language skills. Open to people with any or no level of experience. The group aims to be inclusive and anti-discriminatory.  New volunteers and members very welcome!

    03

    Gig: New Hub Live!

    3 Dec 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    04

    Event: Volunteer Induction

    4 Dec 2014, 6 p.m.

    Inductions are about getting an introduction to the ethos and running of the cinema. We run inductions to working at the cinema – 2nd Saturday of every month at 11am, and the first Thursday of every month at 6pm (free film screening afterwards for the people who attend the induction). Just turn up.

    04

    Film: The Man Who Saved The World / Turkish Star Wars (1982)

    4 Dec 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    Did you know that they had made their own Star Wars in Turkey? Well now you do! The film follows two men whose spaceship crashes into a desert planet.

    05

    Event: A Bit Crack - Storytelling Tales Of The Forgotten North Double Bill: Long Meg Mysteries And The Beltingham Yew

    5 Dec 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    Dreaming the Land Malcolm Green: The Mystery of Long Meg Who made the Long Meg Stone Circle and what it was for, is a mystery. Was it a place of healing, of worship, trading, matchmaking, star-gazing or something else entirely? We shall probably never know, but we can look, measure, speculate and dream. Tonight, storyteller Malcolm Green will tell a story of what might have been. Pat Renton: The Beltingham Yew Long long ago, even before your grandmothers time and way farther back still, lived a young yew tree and as the centuries past it put down its roots and watched, standing witness to all life that passed beneath its branches. From ancient rituals to whispered hopes and dreams, all of its ancient being filled with stories. Archaeologist Paul Frodsham from the North Pennines AONB Partnership will talk about both sites and the storyteller will tell stories about what might have been. £8 / £5 concession + £1 annual membership of the Star and Shadow

    06

    Event: Private Booking

    6 Dec 2014, 9 a.m.

    Film shooting going on in the morning 9am-2pm.

    07

    Event: Canny Little Library

    7 Dec 2014, 3 p.m.

    Books & magazines, free to browse & borrow. Come & discover the amazing collection! Stock focuses on more political, radical, thought-provoking, action-inspiring & critical titles than other libraries. Categories include: books for children & young people, health & relationships, info for action, diy, global struggles, feminism, queer, history, anarchism & more! http://cannylittlelibrary.tumblr.com

    07

    Film: The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976)

    7 Dec 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    Starring an orange-haired David Bowie and with music composed by the former leader of The Mamas & the Papas, this cult film follows a humanoid alien confronting the weirdness and excesses of American society.

    08

    Meeting: Programming Meeting

    8 Dec 2014, 6 p.m.

    09

    Event: Conversation Group

    9 Dec 2014, 4 p.m.

    Informal weekly English language conversation practice to meet people and learn language skills. Open to people with any or no level of experience. The group aims to be inclusive and anti-discriminatory.  New volunteers and members very welcome!

    09

    Event: Schumacher North: Discussion Open To All

    9 Dec 2014, 7:30 p.m.

    A follow up discussion to Schumacher North-East which was launched last December at the Star & Shadow Cinema. This will be a "Windmill Meeting” for Schumacher North north-east group, which means a get-together for discussion. It will be initiated by watching the DVD of Satish Kumar’s talk given when Schumacher North was launched in Leeds. David Midgley, the Schumacher North organiser will lead the discussion. Schumacher North, a regional forum devoted to exploring and promoting the ideas of deep ecology, sustainable development and social transformation pioneered by E.F. Schumacher, author of ‘Small Is Beautiful’. Schumacher North offers a varied programme of talks, courses, conferences, and practical initiatives, aimed at bringing about the sane, sustainable and compassionate world that Fritz Schumacher and his successors have envisioned. http://www.schumacher.org.uk/