Karen and I were big St Etienne fans when at college ... in fact there is a now notorious incident in the Somewhere back catalogue where we once drove 100 miles down the wrong side of a loch so happily were we singing along to one of their albums ... tonight we get to meet them in person!
Sadly if you haven't already bought a ticket the event has sold out, if you do have a ticket make sure to be there by 8.45 as there are no late entries ...
An outdoor screening of the acclaimed, locally-shot film directed by Paul Kelly, What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? (50"00') - described as a ‘A hymn to the East End’ (Telegraph newspaper).
Before the main screening we will be showing Night in Hackney (16"09') Directed by Shehani Fernando. "Night in London is a brief period of infinite possibility" wrote the journalist and travel writer HV Morton in the 1920s, and nowhere is this truer than in Hackney, this films records from doors open until the dawn chorus.