Date City Venue
Tour: #100years
26/06/21 Gunnersbury Gunnersbury Park Museum
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 07960604521. #100years Tour: Enchanted Cinema is a magical outdoor cinema event coming to Gunnersbury Park with a replica of Max’s Boat from the Where the Wild Things 1973 animation creating a centre-stage musical mothership in a secret woodland location. Our rich programme (see tour page for full details) features a century of European animation and avant-garde cinema with live scores composed and played by professional folk, world and cinema performers. As we wait for the sun to set, we invite audiences on a gloaming voyage through the environs to catch pop-up performances by our world-class performers In the main programme, audiences are invited to participate (or not) in creating sound FX and narrating the Wild Things animation. We advise all audience members to bring the following: An umbrella (we will endure showers; see our cancellation policy in case of biblical summer storms) Picnic blanket / yoga mat Your own plastic cup/glass for bar purchases/ refills Cash for bar. We have a 1920s Berlin-Paris-NY (non-obligatory) dress theme and kindly request mobile phones to be kept on silent. Please email us if you’d like to narrate the 7-minute Wild Things animation on the night. In our day workshops (available at Gunnersbury Park) – also themed around the Wild Things animation – children create diorama miniature sets with graphic novelist Hannah Eaton, then prepare and present an “Eye-Movie” real-world adaptation of the Wild Things story using the instruments and FX on Max’s Boat, with one child narrating the story and 2-3 others creating the score, before watching Cabinet performers in action creating their live scores to the stunning animation programme. For COVID-secure measures, please visit www.thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk Buy Tickets More information
02/07/21 Bournemouth Bournemouth Natural Science Society
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £15/ £5 (UC). Box office: 07960604521. Address: 39 Christchurch Rd, Boscombe. Venue phone: 07960604521. Age: 12+ #100years Tour: Enchanted Cinema is a magical outdoor cinema event coming to BNSS with a replica of Max’s Boat from the Where the Wild Things 1973 animation creating a centre-stage musical mothership in the famous BNSS gardens. Especially for BNSS, violinist Jack Maguire of CODA Fiddle Orchestra and BSO performs jazz and klezmer music from the 1920s as the audience is seated. Our rich programme (see tour page for full details) features a century of European animation and avant-garde cinema with live scores composed and played by professional folk, world and cinema performers. In the main programme, audiences are invited to participate (or not) in creating sound FX and narrating the Wild Things animation. We advise all audience members to bring the following: An umbrella (we will endure showers; see our cancellation policy in case of biblical summer storms) Your own plastic cup/glass for bar purchases/ refills. Cash for bar. We have a 1920s Berlin-Paris-NY (non-obligatory) dress theme and kindly request mobile phones to be kept on silent. Please email us if you’d like to narrate the 7-minute Wild Things animation on the night. For COVID-secure measures, please visit www.thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk Buy Tickets More information
Tour: Visionary Boscombe
03/07/21 Boscombe, Dorset Diorama Workshop @ BEAF SOLD OUT
Time: 12:00pm. Admission: SOLD OUT. Address: Churchill Gardens. Venue phone: 07960604521. Ages 5-11. Max capacity = 10 children. 12pm = SOLD OUT. 3.30pm = PLEASE BOOK ON DAY. Visionary Boscombe installation and workshops as part of BEAF Festival created through a day of participatory workshops held in February last year, as part of the Visionary Boscombe Project. We are holding two diorama/ miniature set workshops with graphic novelist Hannah Eaton, based on the utopian/dystopian / futurologist themes inspired by Boscombe heritage figure Mary Shelley. Buy Tickets More information
03/07/21 Boscombe Diorama Workshop @ BEAF
Time: 3:30pm. Admission: FREE (BOOK ON THE DAY). Box office: 0796064521. Address: Churchill Gardens. Venue phone: 07960604521. Age: 5-11. Max capacity: 10 children. 12pm: SOLD OUT. 3.30pm: PLEASE BOOK ON DAY @ CHURCHILL GARDENS Visionary Boscombe installation and workshops as part of BEAF Festival created through a day of participatory workshops held in February last year, as part of the Visionary Boscombe Project. We are holding two diorama/ miniature set workshops with graphic novelist Hannah Eaton, based on the utopian/dystopian / futurologist themes inspired by Boscombe heritage figure Mary Shelley. Buy Tickets More information
03/07/21 - 04/07/21 Boscombe BEAF @ Churchill Gardens
Time: 12:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Churchill Gardens. Venue phone: 07960604521. Visionary Boscombe installation and workshops as part of BEAF Festival created through a day of participatory workshops held in February last year, as part of the Visionary Boscombe Project. We will be presenting The Shrine of Obsolescence, a Mexican Ofrenda-style shrine to objects we believe will become obsolete in the future. We will also present A Postcard from the Future, in which participants write a postcard from 2121 to 2021, read out by spoken word artist Reuben Tyler-Wilkinson. Groups of up to 4 children are also invited to create atmospheric sound music on Max’s Boat (see #100years Tour page for more details), and hear the CODA Fiddle Orchestra in open rehearsal and performance of a live score to Where the Wild Things Are, the eerie bedtime story by Maurice Sendak, also narrated by one of the CFO. Finally, children are invited to attend two diorama/ miniature set workshops with graphic novelist Hannah Eaton, based on the utopian/dystopian / futurologist themes inspired by Boscombe heritage figure Mary Shelley. https://thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk/project/visionaryboscombe/ Buy Tickets More information
Tour: #100years
10/07/21 Somerton Hallr Wood
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £15/£5 (UC). Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 07960604521. Address: West Charlton. Venue phone: 07803551015. DETAILS: #100years Tour: Enchanted Cinema is a magical outdoor cinema event at enchanting and inspiring pop-up spaces including piers, gardens, local museums, national parks and bandstands, with a replica of Max’s Boat from the Where the Wild Things 1973 animation creating a centre-stage musical mothership. Especially for Hallr Wood, we invite audiences to join spoken word artist Reuben to walk to the wooded venue from the entrance to experience micro-performances by our world-class musicians secreted within the trees and sculptures of the wood. Our rich programme (see tour page for full details) features a century of European animation and avant-garde cinema with live scores composed and played by professional folk, world and cinema performers. In the main programme, audiences are invited to participate in creating sound FX and narrating the Wild Things animation. We advise all audience members to bring the following: An umbrella (we will endure showers; see our cancellation policy in case of biblical summer storms) Picnic blanket / yoga mat Your own plastic cup/glass for bar purchases/ refills Cash for bar. We have a 1920s Berlin-Paris-NY (non-obligatory) dress theme and kindly request mobile phones to be kept on silent. Please email us if you’d like to narrate the 7-minute Wild Things animation on the night. For COVID-secure measures, please visit www.thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk Buy Tickets More information
31/07/21 Swanage Durlston Castle
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £15/ £5 (UC). Box office: 07960604521. Address: Lighthouse Rd. Venue phone: 01929 424443. Ages 12+ #100years Tour: Enchanted Cinema is a magical outdoor cinema event coming to Durlston Castle with a replica of Max’s Boat from the Where the Wild Things 1973 animation creating a centre-stage musical mothership in a secret woodland location. Especially for Durlston, we invite audiences to join spoken word artist Reuben to walk to the wooded venue from the Castle to experience micro-performances by our world-class musicians framed by glorious clifftop views. Our rich programme (see tour page for full details) features a century of European animation and avant-garde cinema with live scores composed and played by professional folk, world and cinema performers. In the main programme, audiences are invited to participate in creating sound FX and narrating the Wild Things animation. We advise all audience members to bring the following: An umbrella (we will endure showers; see our cancellation policy in case of biblical summer storms) Picnic blanket / yoga mat Your own plastic cup/glass for bar purchases/ refills Cash for bar. We have a 1920s Berlin-Paris-NY (non-obligatory) dress theme and kindly request mobile phones to be kept on silent. Please email us if you’d like to narrate the 7-minute Wild Things animation on the night. For COVID-secure measures, please visit www.thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk Buy Tickets More information
04/08/21 London Summer by the River Festival
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: Free (first come first served). Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Scoop Amphitheatre. Presented by Team London Bridge, #100years Tour: Enchanted Cinema is a magical outdoor cinema performance coming to The Scoop. As we wait for the sun to set, you can enjoy performances by our world-class musicians. The audience is then invited to participate (or not) in creating sound FX and narration for the 1973 Where the Wild Things Are animation, with a replica of Max’s Boat from the short film creating a centre-stage musical mothership alongside a host of stunning European animation and avant-garde cinema.
08/09/21 London Summer by the River Festival
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: Free (first come first served). Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Scoop Amphitheatre. Presented by Team London Bridge, The Cabinet of Living Cinema have created a unique performance of the 1929 classic The Man With A Movie Camera. Dziga Vertov’s fabulous silent movie documents city life in Russia told through a dazzling mix of imagery and experimental film techniques. We are taken from Moscow to Kiev through the eyes of the camera man in Vertov’s formative iconic film.
27/10/21 - 31/10/21 Margate Margate Film Festival
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 07960604521. More information

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