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.
VITRINE presents the first London solo exhibition of Leeds-based British-Iraqi artist Emii Alrai. The new installation of sculptures echos ancient tombs and their spiritual presence.
StreetDots – London’s most exciting street food market brings a changing selection of tasty food traders to Bermondsey Square. Open from 12 pm to 3 pm
Kino Bermondsey screens this fascinating film exploring the impact of Japan on the work of Van Gogh on 6th June at 6:30 pm.
VITRINE and Kino Digital are delighted to present the second in a new series of screenings hosted by Kino Digital on Bermondsey Square. This series of screenings will be exploring how our changing relationship to an unclear present opens up speculative imaginaries in which to explore uncertain futures.
Young people at risk from drug dealers, isolated women and jazz fans are set to benefit from grants made by the Bermondsey Square Community Fund in the first few months of 2019.
Valentine’s Day in the heart of London is truly special….
Join St Mary Magdalen’s church and BermondseyStreet.London for a short ceremony…
VITRINE is delighted to present a solo exhibition of work by Tim Etchells. Taking cues from its position in a busy public square, Etchells fills VITRINE’s space with a 12 metre-long neon piece that reads ‘For everything that is shown something is hidden’.
Southwark Community Voices are looking for community volunteers to come and work with us on the project, helping us source interviewees and archives.