Is British Culture Getting Weirder? Free Thinking at the Late Junction Festival
Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz), Julia Bardsley, Hannah Catherine Jones, Luke Turner and William Fowler join Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough and an audience at Cafe OTO.
Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz), Julia Bardsley, Hannah Catherine Jones, Luke Turner & William Fowler join Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough and an audience at Café OTO at the Late Junction Festival for a debate about trends within British culture.
Gazelle Twin (Elizabeth Bernholz) is a British composer, producer and musician
Julia Bardsley,is a performer and lecturer
Hannah Catherine Jones is a multi-instrumentalist and founder of Peckham Chamber Orchestra
Luke Turner is co-founder and editor of arts magazine The Quietus and author of a memoir Out of the Woods.
William Fowler is Curator of Artists' Moving Image at the BFI National Archive. BFI's Derek Jarman's Blu-ray box set available 18th March 2019. https://bit.ly/2VRl5hg
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- Tue 12 Mar 2019 22:00