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La Nuit de l'Instant
La Nuit de l’Instant is a collaboration between Street Level Photoworks and Centre Photographique Marseille and is a projection-based event celebrating the still and the moving image in joyful and
compelling ways. The event marks Glasgow’s links with its twin-town of Marseille with new works by Camille Fallet, Valentine Vermeil and Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte produced from exchange residencies
between the two cities, alongside works selected by Erick Gudimard/CPM from Marie Chéné and Didier Nadeau, Sylvia Donis, Flavie Pinatel, Valérie Horwicz and Lisa Lucciardi. The theme is that of 'Love
Projection works selected by Street Level Photoworks from artists in Northern European countries which we have links with will be shown in the main screening venue Britannia Panopticon and include Taavi Talve, Marge Monko (Estonia), Mari Hokkanen (Finland), Julija Goyd (Lithuania), and Ieva Balode (Latvia).
The works will be showcased across four different locations concentrated around Street Level - main screening venue for single screen programme is Brittania Panopticon, then with installation work in Gallery 103, Avant Garde Function Room and Street Level’s studio.
Silent Comedy Films
Doors open 6.30pm
Show starts 7pm
Tickets £5 available here
On May 2nd Gladstone's Bag present 'The Kid' starring Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan with live music and sound effects!
Chaplin's first full-length feature is a silent masterpiece about a little tramp who discovers a little orphan and brings him up but is left desolate when the orphanage reclaims him.
Also showing Fatty Arbuckle and Buster Keaton in "The Rough House", and Winsor McKay's "Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend".
The Drag-Opticon Show
Help Britannia Panopticon get heating!
We are running a GoFundMe campaign to raise money so we can install a three-phase electricity supply which will allow us to get heating!
Please give whatever you can and share this campaign with your friends!
A dedicated team of volunteers have worked in conjunction with the archiving department of Glasgow University to digitise the scrapbooks of one of the great showmen of Glasgow's history and former owner of the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, A. E. Pickard.
These scrapbooks are now available online for the whole world to view. So go on a take a look into the mind of one of the great characters of Music Hall history, and learn a little bit more about our beloved Britannia Panopticon at the same time.
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For bookings and information please contact:
Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
Tel: 0141 553 0840
For the Britannia Panopticon Charity Shop please contact:
Panopticon Curiosity Shop
49 High Street
Tel: 0141 552 4467
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