Join Stephen Pierre for free jazz in Bermondsey Square on the first and third Sunday of the month from 6 June to 5 September 2021. Chairs will be provided and social distancing measures will be in place.
Here is the full listing for new films showing at Kino Bermondsey from Friday. Tickets go on sale at 2 PM every Monday. Tickets for live and special events go on sale 4 – 6 weeks in advance.
Tarek Lakhrissi’s exhibition ‘Perfume of Traitors’ presents a new series of metal sculptures that exist somewhere between swords and signs.
That’s right, Dads eat for free this Sunday. Treat your Dad to a family b2 At Home breakfast or lunch this Father’s Day.
In ‘Born British, Die British’ artist Rene Matic features in a film documenting their being permanently marked with the words ‘Born British, Die British,’ a tattoo traditionally donned by far-right, white skinheads.
Kino Bermondsey presents a special screening of Ammonite with an introduction by Francis Lee and cast and shown at the same time as the UK premiere.
VITRINE’s 10th Anniversary exhibition ‘Sounding Off 2.0’ launches a new programme at VITRINE, Digital.
Nicole Bachmann’s ‘full stop slightly high’ is a new performance featuring two dancers within VITRINE London in Bermondsey Square.
Kino presents an exclusive screening of A Serial Killers Guide to Life plus a Q+A with the writer, cast and crew on the day of the film’s release.