THE HANG OUT - DRINK, FOOD, MUSIC AND VANISHING POINT ON 20FT SCREEN
The Silver Building, Dock Road, London E16 1YZ
Royal Docks, London E16 1YZ, UK
The Hang Out returns! Rebel Reel Cine Club and Bolt London Motorcycles present an evening of music, food, drinks and films in a site-specific sub-mersive safe outdoor space.
ALL GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES ADHERED TO - ALL FILMS AND IMAGES BY 10PM CLOSING, DISTANCING AND FULLY TRACK AND TRACE
Inspired by Counter Culture The Hang Out comes to an industrial Brutalist environment - an evening of Subcultures The Hang Out, music and records with an INTERACTIVE Jukebox from Zippo Records with American Muscle cars and a line of custom motorbikes is the perfect place to watch the sun go down, enjoy a beer and some food whilst a film plays in the background and enjoy an incredible sound track from guest DJs.
The theme and film on 24 September is Vanishing Point - this plus short films.
NOW at former factory and Brutalist icon The Silver Building in Silvertown just near London's Royal Docks.
On the 20ft Screen
Short Film Jailbird (1971) by John Pearse (Granny Takes A Trip)
John Pearse is London's funkiest tailor to the stars. An established landmark of Soho for over 25 years.
A young jailbird manages to escape from prison but struggles to hold down a job in this dialogue-free experimental short by John Pearse, co-owner of 60s fashion emporium Granny Takes a Trip. Pearse turned to film in the early 70s and shot this film, which stars his wife Florence Nicaise, in Westbourne Grove and Lots Road in London. It remained unseen until 1979, when it was shown with the feature Caligula.
Vanishing Point (1971)
THE Ultimate Road Movie
Dreams of The Vanishing West images
Melody and Bryan Kahtava scour the mines and forgotten buildings of the Mid-West of America – looking like the towns that Kowalski speeds through and past in Vanishing Point – “Some are funny. Some are touching. Some are creepy. Some are boring…”
Melody’s photographs capture a forgotten and often now destroyed world, they are both driven forward by preservation of history, both through photos and arterfacts, preserving something that otherwise would never have been seen again.
Youth Club Archive Images
Once again we're working with Youth Club Archive who are putting together a bespoke collection of 1970s images from their archives supplied by people
YOUTH CLUB is a not-for-profit organisation working to preserve, share, educate and celebrate youth culture history through a passionate network of photographers and creatives.
“We celebrate youth culture through curated events, exhibitions, collaborations and consultancy, and are working towards the goal to open the world’s first Museum of Youth Culture in London.
Our images, features and essays are a real reflection of British and International people's lives, celebrating self expression, energy and passion. Content featured includes but is not limited to: subculture, counterculture, fashion, music, art, travel, genres, social issues, lifestyles, sports, nightlife, environments, humour and much much more…”
London’s infamous Zippo Records spans a 40 year history from Berwick street Soho to their current residency at Bolt London. They will be curating a themed collection of records for guests to select for their live dj jukebox.
This is an outside event but protection from the elements is offered by the raised DLR track, seating is provided on picnic benches for you and your group (don't rebel from the guidelines - this is the only act of rebellion we won't stand for!)
Spaces are limited and the earlier you book the less you'll pay.
Tickets are £19.50 on the day. Ticket price includes entry, all entertainment, membership of Rebel Reel Cine Club.
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS SOCIALLY DISTANCED YOU WILL NEED AN ENTRANCE TICKET TO ATTEND (food and drinks charged separately).
We are fully track and trace compliant and temperature checks will be done on arrival.
Please come only in groups of up to six from your or two households.
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