LONDON SYMPHONY      
A Poetic Journey Through the Life of a City



LONDON SYMPHONY will be released in the UK on September 3rd, when it will tour around a number of carefully selected venues. Please see below for further details.

Forthcoming Screenings
03/09/2017, The Barbican Centre, London, EC2Y 1 2 3 - tickets available here
05/09/2017, The David Lean Cinema, London, CR9 1 2 - tickets available here
08/09/2017, Chelsea Theatre, London, SW10 1 - tickets available here
10/09/2017, Rio Cinema, London, E8 1 - tickets available here
13/09/2017, Fabrica, Brighton 1 - tickets available here
14/09/2017, Regent Street Cinema, London, W1B 1 - tickets available here
17/09/2017, Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate, London, NW8 1 2 3 - tickets available here
18/09/2017, Cube Microplex, Bristol - tickets available here
20/09/2017, Chapel Cinema at St. Margaret's House, London, E2 1 - tickets available here
20/09/2017, Cube Microplex, Bristol - tickets available here
21/09/2017, Curzon Clevedon 1 - tickets available here
24/09/2017, Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax - tickets available here
26/09/2017, Cinema Saltdean, Saltdean 1 - tickets available here
26/09/2017, Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, SOAS, London, WC1H 1 2 - tickets available here
27/09/2017, Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax - tickets available here
28/09/2017, Left Bank Cinema, Leeds - tickets available here
29/09/2017, The Cinema Museum, London, SE11 1 2 - tickets available here
30/09/2017, Christ the Saviour Parish Church, London, W5 1 2 - tickets available here
04/10/2017, Wivenhoe Film Club, Essex 1 - ticket information here
06/10/2017, London Shambhala Meditation Centre, London, SW4 1 - tickets available here
06/10/2017, East Bergholt Cinema, Colchester - ticket information here
13/10/2017, The Flavel, Dartmouth, Devon 1 - tickets available here
17/10/2017, Pine Grove Pictures, Crowborough, East Sussex 1 - ticket information here
19/10/2017, Kingston Museum, London, KT1 1 - tickets available here
28/10/2017, Shree Ghanapathy Temple, London, SW19 1 3 - tickets available here
30/10/2017, Northern Light Cinema, Wirksworth, Derbyshire - ticket information coming soon
03/11/2017, Filmhouse, Edinburgh 1 - ticket information coming soon
04/11/2017, Hippodrome Cinema, Bo'ness 1 - ticket information coming soon
05/11/2017, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness 1 - ticket information coming soon
06/11/2017, SARIC, Syston, Leicestershire - ticket information here
07/11/2017, Bewdley Film Club, Worcestershire - ticket information coming soon
09/11/2017, The Egerton Film Society, Kent 1 - ticket information here
17/11/2017, Filmbox Community Cinema, London, BR3 1 3 - tickets available here
11/12/2017, Andover Film Club, Hampshire 1 - ticket information coming soon
17/12/2017, HOME, Manchester - ticket information coming soon
03/02/2018, The Fleapit Cinema Club as part of UKIFF, Westerham, Kent 1 - ticket information coming soon
23/02/2018, Southwark Cathedral, London, SE1 1 - tickets available here

1 screening followed by a Q&A
2 screening in a venue which appears in the film
3 screening with live musical accompaniment


Awards and Nominations
Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 (nominated)


Festival Screenings
23/08/2017, Festiviteten 1 (as part of The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund 2017)
22/08/2017, Edda 2 (as part of The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund 2017)
29/06/2017, Edinburgh Cineworld (as part of Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017) 1
28/06/2017, Edinburgh Odeon (as part of Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017) 1


About the Venues

The Barbican Centre, London, EC2Y: The Barbican Centre is a performing arts centre in the City of London and the largest of its kind in Europe. The Centre hosts classical and contemporary music concerts, theatre performances, film screenings and art exhibitions.

The David Lean Cinema, London, CR9: The David Lean Cinema is a small cinema built in Croydon, London, in the 1990s, to honour the director David Lean, who was born in the town. It is located within the Croydon Clocktower arts complex on Katharine Street.

Chelsea Theatre, London, SW10: Chelsea Theatre is a contemporary performance space and community hub which combines artistic excellence and community participation.

Rio Cinema, London, E8: The Rio Cinema is a Grade II listed independent Art Deco cinema in east London. It is a popular single-screen cinema located on Kingsland High Street in Dalston, with a history stretching back over 100 years.

Fabrica, Brighton: Fabrica is a unique venue, a contemporary art gallery based inside a 200 year old former church. A beautiful setting and atmosphere makes it a special setting for film screenings.

Regent Street Cinema, London, W1B: A uniquely historic cinema, the first place in the country to show moving pictures, recently restored and now showing a wide-ranging repertory programme in the heart of London.

Alexandra & Ainsworth Estate, London, NW8: One of Londonís most iconic brutalist estates, containing 520 apartments, a community centre, parkland and school.

Cube Microplex, Bristol: The Cube Microplex is a social art experiment existing in the form of a cinema and event venue in central Bristol. It operates as a non-profit cooperative.

Chapel Cinema, London, E2: Based at St. Margaret's House, which has been at the heart of the community since 1889. They take great pride in working to increase access to opportunities and cultural programming through the provision of low-cost and free events, exhibitions, workshops, and classes.

Curzon Clevedon: Unlike many cinemas built in the heyday of early silents and Hollywood, this Grade II listed building has never closed its doors to film-goers. Threatened with closure in 1996, the cinema was saved thanks largely to local support, and now flourishes under the ownership of the community.

Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax: A mixed arts venue who programme a mixture of theatre, film, music and comedy, Square Chapel is a Grade 1 listed building who have just opened a £6 million pound extension.

Cinema Saltdean: Cinema Saltdean brings film to audiences who prefer not to have the multiplex experience but nevertheless enjoy a big screen experience.

SOAS, London, WC1H: SOAS, University Of London is the World's leading institution for studying Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Its Students' Union is renowned as the most political SU in the country and has members from over 150 countries worldwide.

Left Bank Cinema, Leeds: Left Bank Cinema is a thought-provoking series of films screened on the last Thursday of each month in an amazing Grade II* listed former church building with a fully stocked licensed bar open throughout the screenings.

The Cinema Museum, London, SE11: Devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema from the days before the multiplex. The Cinema Museum houses a unique collection of artefacts, memorabilia and equipment that preserves the history and grandeur of cinema from the 1890s to the present day.

Christ the Saviour Parish Church, London, W5: A beautiful Parish Church in the heart of Ealing Broadway.

Wivenhoe Film Club, Essex: Wivenhoe Film Club is one of the oldest community cinema groups in East Anglia. It screens mostly art-house and world cinema releases in the intimate surroundings of local boat-building museum the Nottage Maritime Institute, located on The Quay at the bottom of the village.

London Shambhala Meditation Centre, London, SW4: Shambhala London is part of a global community inspired by the vision of creating an enlightened society, based on the principles of kindness, fearlessness and basic goodness. They offer training in meditation, Buddhism, arts and communication.

East Bergholt Cinema, Colchester: East Bergholt, the birthplace of the painter, John Constable, is home to a thriving village hall cinema showing foreign, art-house and more mainstream films.

The Flavel, Dartmouth, Devon: A small - but perfectly formed - charitable arts centre, and the place to be for entertainment in a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Pine Grove Pictures, Crowborough, East Sussex: Pine Grove Pictures is Crowborough's community cinema, based at the Community Centre.

Kingston Museum, London, KT1: Kingston Museum holds the Muybridge Collection, including 2,000 glass magic lantern slides and 67 zoopraxiscope discs donated by pioneer motion photographer Eadweard Muybridge, who was born and died in Kingston. There are also displays relating to local archaeology, history, art and craft. There is a full programme of annual exhibitions and events, all of which are free.

Shree Ghanapathy Temple, London, SW19: The first fully consecrated Hindu temple in Europe. Since 1981 it has developed an unparalleled approach to serving the Hindu community in London whilst also contributing and supporting the large local multi-cultural community.

Northern Light Cinema, Wirksworth, Derbyshire: The Northern Light Cinema aims to put the fun back in film, making a trip to the flicks not just about watching great movies but about having a great night out. Tucked away in the old Malthouse on North End, in Wirksworth, the hidden gem of the Peak District.

Filmhouse, Edinburgh: The Filmhouse is Edinburgh's foremost independent cinema, celebrating world cinema in all its brilliance and diversity.

Hippodrome Cinema, Bo'ness: The beautiful vintage Hippodrome in Boíness is Scotland's first purpose-built cinema and the home of the annual Hippodrome Silent Film Festival (www.hippfest.co.uk).

Eden Court Theatre, Inverness: Eden Court is Scotland's largest combined arts venue, showcasing theatre, cinema, arts and education performances for the Highlands & Islands.

SARIC, Syston, Leicestershire: A local charity based at the Old Chapel in Syston. They hire out their premises to groups in the area, keeping their rates as reasonable as possible, and are very passionate about providing a facility for the local community. They enjoy offering the cinema to the locals and long may it continue.

Bewdley Film Club, Worcestershire: Bewdley Film Club, now in its third year, meets once a month to enjoy classic films from around the world and across the era of film-making, from early silents to modern dramas. Our community cinema provides top-quality projection and comfort, and a welcoming cafe-bar.

The Egerton Film Society, Kent: The Egerton Film Society meets at the Egerton Millennium Hall, Egerton, and has been screening films each month since 2001.

Filmbox Community Cinema, London, BR3: A fortnightly community cinema for grown-ups founded in September 2012, FILMBOX brings a diverse world of film to the Beckenham & Bromley area - open to all. Showing films on a big screen with a great audience as the film-makers intended.

Andover Film Club, Hampshire: Andover Film Club are a volunteer-run group who screen films at their local ODEON on the second Monday of the month, September to July. The club's aim is to bring films to the community that might not otherwise be shown in the town.

HOME, Manchester: A centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film, HOME is for curiosity seekers, for lovers of the dramatic, the digital and the deeply engaging; for radicals and reciprocators. Head to HOME to discover new art, new experiences and new stories, from across the world. Everyone is welcome.

The Fleapit Cinema Club, Westerham, Kent: The Fleapit, now planning its 21st season, is one of the largest stand-alone clubs in the UK. The UK Independent Film Festival (UKIFF) is run and curated by The Fleapit Cinema Club. It was set up to bring genuinely independent UK films to a wider audience.

Southwark Cathedral, London, SE1: Originally dating from 606, both ancient and modern, Southwark Cathedral lies on the south bank of the River Thames in the diverse, vibrant and exciting Bankside area where arts are celebrated and all are welcome.




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