|Friday 17th November||9.00am - 11.00am||The Bransholme Women's Centre, Bude Park|
|12noon||Waterstone's, Jameson Street, City Centre|
The Bransholme Women's Centre presents: Book Launch
Over the past three months a group of women from the Bransholme Women's Centre have been working with York based poet Margaret Speak to produce a collection of poems and stories. The women met through a support group at the centre which exists to discuss and recognise potential triggers of panic and anxiety. Rollercoaster explores the emotions caused by attacks of panic and anxiety as faced by some of the contributors on a daily basis.
The Bransholme Women's Centre provides a safe place for women and children to meet, offering a range of activities from education and training to counselling and support. For more information on this special commission please contact Diane Graham at the Bransholme Women's Centre (01482) 828755
|Friday 17th November||12.30pm - 1.30pm||Ferens Art Gallery, Victoria Square (01482) 613933|
Soapbox at The Ferens
Pupils from Hull Schools discuss news and current affairs as they affect young people. Visitors to the gallery are invited to join in the debate. Soapbox is an Learning Services Initiative in conjunction with The Humber Mouth. Soapbox takes place every lunchtime from Monday 13th to Friday 17th Nov.
|Friday 17th November||2.00pm Matinee||Film at Hull Screen, Hull Central Library|
|£2.50 (Conc £2.00) - Box Office (01482) 327600
The Innocents (18)
Dir: Jack Clayton U.K. 1961 1hr 39mins
The Innocents is adapted from the classic Henry James novella The Turn of the Screw about a Victorian governess who begins to suspect that the children in her charge are possessed by evil spirits. (There will be a special screening and talk at 7.00pm - see below)
|Friday 17th November||7.00pm||Film & Talk at Hull Screen, Hull Central Library|
|£3.50 (Conc £2.50) - Box Office (01482) 327600
The Innocents (18) & the work of Jack Clayton
Dir: Jack Clayton U.K. 1961 1hr 39mins
Adapted from the classic Henry James novella The Turn of the Screw about a Victorian governess who begins to suspect that the children in her charge are possessed by evil spirits, THE INNOCENTS is a wonderfully stylish and eerie interpretation of this ghostly tale. Arguably Jack Clayton's greatest work and a fascinating example of screen adaptation, Francois Truffaut pronounced it 'the best film after Hitchcock goes to America'.
This is a special performance introduced by Neil Sinyard, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Hull University. Neil has recently written a book on Jack Clayton, probably better known as the director of ROOM AT THE TOP and THE GREAT GATSBY. After the screening Neil will discuss Jack Clayton's interesting career with the audience.
(Please note the earlier start of 7.00pm)
|Friday 17th November||7.30pm||The Donald Roy Theatre, University of Hull|
|£4 (Conc £3) - Box Office (01482) 466141
The Wife and Times of Armitage Shanks by Andy Kelly
See Thursday 17th.
|Friday 17th November||8.00pm||Haworth Arms Pub, Cottingham Road|
|£3 (Conc £2 ) - Tickets on the door
A one off performance by the 12 musicians and writers who met through the Humber Mouth Songwriter sessions . They will be joined on stage by Hugh Whittaker (ex-Housemartin), Alan Jones (ex-Spacemaid) and Matthew Hogg, musician and Songwriter co-ordinator. Open Mic at The Haworth is the result of six weeks of songwriting workshops and a celebration of the City's talented writers and musicians.
The day before the gig at The Haworth there is an opportunity to see the Songwriter group in a final session, polishing their performance skills with none other than Tom Robinson, Thursday morning, 16th Nov, 10.30am at Hull Truck. Please ring (01482) 323638 to reserve your free seat.
|Friday 17th November||8.00pm||Hull Truck Theatre|
|£8 (Conc £6) - Box Office (01482) 323638
Out of her unique association with Steven Berkoff Linda Marlowe presents.....
From the works of Steven Berkoff
Directed by Josie Lawrence
A theatrical exploration of sensuality, revenge, pathos, heart-breaking loneliness and riotous humour.
Having worked with Berkoff for over twenty years, this is Linda Marlowe's compilation of the most rewarding, exciting moments of Berkoff's female roles, featuring excerpts from Decadence, Greek, Kvetch, East, Agamemnon, Sturm und Drang, plus a newly dramatised story From my Point of View.
"Marlowe is a consummate actress.....brilliant, a veritable tour de force" (The Scotsman)