Culture Vultures 5.11.20
November 5th - Remembered as Guy Fawkes Day in the UK, for the anniversary of the failed "Gunpowder Plot" to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I in 1605.
Fire works were invented in China, and are used each year to remind us of the event.
My question for the forum this week is: if you could invent something to celebrate a special day what would it be? I might chose an everlasting chocolate fountain for a friends birthday
On to this weeks listings:
The show must go on. Being Shakespeare with Simon Callow
Iconic play Abigails Party from the Play for Today series. A comic drama about a neighbours' get-together, in which the consumption of alcohol leads to the airing of prejudices and snobberies.
MUSIC ART AND FILM
Fair port convention concert online Cropredy 2020. A night of music in lieu of their usual live festival.
LCR pride foundation Film for Friday 6 November at 5.00 pm with two short film’s to watch. A throne for Miss Ghana 14 minutes long and All falls down 6 minutes long.
Eventbrite - Join Metal and Cinema Nation for an online watch-along of Andrea Luka Zimmerman's Trilogy of films about people, place’s and ecology free just book online
Stories of the Streets Friday 6 November at 6.30
Estate of a Reverie Saturday 7 November at 3.30
Here for life Sunday 8 November at 3.30
History of Guy Fawkes for 5 November
Skull mapping a really unusual site with dynamic projection mapping combining live action and animation created in October 2016.
Homotopia festival Queer the city and interesting podcasts on walks through Liverpool
Being Human festival 9 to 22 November from science fiction futures to exploring the past
7 to 15 November The Festive of Social Science
Mapping Women’s Suffrage
The series of events will launch with a live webinar focusing on researching the suffrage past of your family or neighbourhood. University of Warwick’s Prof. Sarah Richardson, will be hosting a series of free, exciting live and pre-recorded events during festival week, celebrating women’s suffrage and activism with a variety of wonderful guest speakers.
Thanks for listening and see you all next week!